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Crewe greenlanes

Discussion in 'Green Laning' started by freight666, Dec 29, 2013.

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  1. freight666

    freight666 Member

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    Hey up my friends,is there any greenlanes around Crewe in Cheshire,I know I can look on trailwise but thought ask first,thanks
     
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    Hi mate im local and know crewe but i dont know any lanes really im not sure if you will find some in chruch minsual or nantwich area id like to find some my self
     
  3. GaryWrench

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    I'm in Haslington. No lanes in Cheshire full stop. There may be the odd one but at some time they have all been reclassified, take a trip over to Buxton and you'll see where Cheshire ends as all the lanes have no access signs!
    I lane with a Suzuki jimny, we go to wales, the lakes, the peaks etc.
    This weekends laning : Greenlaning Locally 29/12/13 - Bits4Vits WebShop mines the silver one.
     
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    Blackshire moor too do you just drive and find some or do you map find first
     
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    Hi, best way is to plot lanes on an ordnance survey map, then contact the rights of way officer at the council local to the lane and ask for the lanes status ie open or closed or impassable for vehicles etc then once you have that you are free to drive it , but don't go alone and make sure you have sufficient recovery kit and phone numbers of friends if you get really stuck !
    Really laning is just a gentle amble through the countryside, there are some real challenging lanes but they are few and far between. Remember that if you want to play in the mud go to a play day , much easier to get recovered from them and you won't annoy landowners or other laners.

    Gary
     
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    Ive fount a green lane near fardon not far from nantwich it says its s byway and open on internet who do i ring to make sure
     
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    GINGE Greenlane liker, bobble hat hater Events Planner

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    Ring your councils rights of way team (PROW).
     
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