Spectacular dirt track with a length of 5km located in the municipality of Maloyaroslavets, in Kaluga Oblast, in the heart of the European part of Russia. A number of fierce battles were also fought near Maloyaroslavets during the Battle of Moscow in 1941–1942. The town was captured by the German Army on October 18, 1941 and liberated by the Red Army on January 2, 1942.
All primitve dirt roads may be rocky with areas or soft gravel or sand that makes travel unsafe for sedans or RVs. Some road sections may require a high clearance 4WD vehicle, in four-wheel-drive, driven by a driver experienced in 4WD drive techniques to drive the road without getting stuck.
If you dare take the risk and travel along this dusty and bumpy route, then make sure to be driven by someone who has experience of the road. Staying on track here takes oodles of concentration.
Although it can be a reasonably easy drive in favourable conditions it also has the potential to be a very difficult track and at times impassable after wet weather.