Places To Visit In Your CJ300 Jeep Wrangler
15th Jun 2015
Allow the Chelsea Truck Company to recommend some of the finest places in England for families to visit.
Notch up unforgettable miles on roads that dip and twist alongside Hadrian’s Wall in your CJ300 Jeep Wrangler.
Connecting Newcastle to Hexham is the A69 while the quieter B6318 runs the closest to the wall and is best for accessing the majority of attractions and sites here.
Hadrian’s Wall was once a defensive fortification in Roman Britain, the area served as a military fort, a customs post, and levy taxation area. Visitors are still able to see a significant portion of the wall that was rescued through the efforts of John Clayton during the 19th century.
The Malvern Hills and Commons
Point your CJ300 towards the Malvern Hills and Commons and you will come across igneous and metamorphic rocks which are said to be around 680 million years old!
The Malvern Hills are a range of hills in the English counties of Worcestershire, Herefordshire, and a small area of northern Gloucestershire. Visitors are be able to enjoy 3000 acres of the open countryside or climb the highest point at the Worcestershire Beacon.
No other part of Wales is as instantly recognizable as the Valleys, a name for the pockets of areas located north of Newport and Cardiff.
We are talking about one of the most interesting and distinctive corners of Wales. The Rhondda Heritage Park at Trehafod is a great place to visit – whilst museums worth visiting are in Pontypridd and Aberdare.
If you seek an off-road thrill, you can also take the CJ300 for a drive in the mountainous areas nearby.
Seven Sisters Country Park
Untouched coastlines and 280 hectares of chalk cliffs by the English Channel, Seven Sisters Country Park is situated at Exceat, near Seaford in East Sussex.
Once you have parked your CJ300 Jeep Wrangler, you will have the option of cycling, canoeing, bird watching and hiking.
A perfect area for a family outing and possibly some off-roading too!