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Land Rover 75th Diamond Jubilee, June 14-18, 2023

Land Rover 75th Diamond Jubilee

Land Rover celebrates 75th Diamond Jubilee, and while my own Defender is only a touch over 30 years old, sometimes it feels like it’s 75. No matter—three-quarters of a century of off-road adventure is something worth celebrating for this segment-defining brand.

The Association of North American Land Rover Clubs (ANARC) is holding its 75th Diamond Jubilee event next month at the Greek Peak Mountain Resort in Cortland, New York. From June 14-18, 2023, you can enjoy a range of Land Rover-themed activities, including guided trail rides, educational sessions, skills competitions, a concours, and, of course, plenty of social events going well into the evening. Primitive camping will be established on-site for registrants, though ANARC recommends registering for the event as soon as possible, as spots are filling up quickly. Developed tent and RV campsites are also available at the resort (as well as rooms in the lodge), but note that event registration and Greek Peak campsite and hotel reservations are separate.

All Land Rovers are welcome, from the ricketiest Series trucks to the flashiest new Range Rover—though all “roadworthy” Series 1 and Freelander models receive free admission as an additional vehicle (insert the Freelander joke of your choice here). The Northeast is an important hub of the Land Rover community in North America, so there should be plenty of amazing machinery to ogle. Tickets range in price from $50 to $250.


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Stephan Edwards is the associate editor of Expedition Portal and Overland Journal. He and his wife, Julie, once bought an old Land Rover sight unseen from strangers on the internet in a country they'd never been to and drove it through half of Africa. After living in Botswana for two years, Stephan now makes camp at the foot of a round mountain in Missoula, Montana. He still drives that Land Rover every day. An anthropologist in his former life and a lover of all things automotive, Stephan is a staunch advocate for public lands and his writing and photography have appeared in Road & Track, Overland Journal, and Adventure Journal. Find him at @venturesomeoverland on Instagram.