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Driving from a low elevation to a considerably high one can be profound.

Come along as we take the 2020 Range Rover and Range Rover Sport to Alberta, Oregon and California, and climb over 3,658 metres through three of the most dynamic and beautiful drives in Canada and the U.S.

As a pioneer of luxury and performance, the Range Rover is the ultimate vehicle for these journeys. From the physical impact a shift in altitude can have on your body, to the dramatic scenery and weather changes, these drives are truly epic experiences.


    The Range Rover Sport SVR puts a powerful spin on a seasonal drive from Calgary to Kananaskis.


    From the Oregon coast, to driving up an active volcano, this journey puts machine against the elements.


    From the lowest point in the U.S., to driving up one of its highest mountains, this journey is truly otherworldly.