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Green Laning in Cambridgshire

Discussion in 'Green Laning' started by G-P, Jun 13, 2018.

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  1. G-P

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    Does anyone know of some good Green Lanes around Cambridgshire?
    I am interested in doing some exploring in my 90 locally before I do any longer trips.
    Thanks
     
  2. Yorkie57

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    There are loads, where are you based?
     
  3. G-P

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    Cottenham, just North of Cambridge.
     
  4. Turboman

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    OS maps, or Trailwise, will reveal plenty.

    If you join Fenlanders 4x4 Facebook group, they might take you out on one of their trips.
     
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    Perfect, thanks.
     
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    See portion of map, the Green ones are byeways open to all traffic. A lot are locked from 1st October to 30th April and some remain locked for some reason even when they should be open. All you can do is turn up and see if the gates are locked. Google satellite and street view are good for working out where the start/finish. Beware - some are pretty bad with very deep muddy ruts so going alone could be a bit risky!
     

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