Off-roading can be defined technically as driving a vehicle through rough terrain or watery trails. It can also be defined as a lot of fun. Whether you are navigating through sand dunes, mud-filled trails or mountainous terrain, off-roading has become a popular sport for both the novice and expert alike. Learn about the types of off-roading with this handy information guide.
Mudding is perhaps the dirtiest of all off roading types. Surely when you come home from a day of mudding, you or your vehicle will have to get hosed down in the garage. Mudding doesn’t take anything fancy or extravagant. All that is needed is large area of wet mud and you’re all set. Wet clay will also work. The goal is to drive as far as possible without getting stuck. Mud terrain tires are usually recommended, if not required. Competively mudding is called mud bogging.