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Green laning in Gloucestershire?

Discussion in 'Green Laning' started by twelve7five, Oct 5, 2007.

  1. twelve7five

    twelve7five New Member

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    hi does anyone know where the greenlanes are in glos? i have been a couple of time in wales just want somewhere local to go and dont really want to join a club..

    any suggestions?
     
  2. Griffdowg

    Griffdowg New Member

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    dont want to join a club? why not? their great. come join us at North Somerset Land Rover Club - home page

    £10/year gets you a full days laning every month throughout the year along with long weekends in wales, the lakes, peak district etc. we dont do any comp's just get togethers and laning. £10 cant go wrong! you also have 5 other landy's at any one time incase you get stuck. just sit back and enjoy as the group leader takes the... well lead!

    plug over.

    off your not interested cos your a miserable old git, or you think clubs are for gays (cos your a young un') then check out the fosse way which runs from castle combe right up past malmsbury to kemble. there are also plenty of routes east of birdlip heading south (which will join the fosse) the fosse way has 2 fords and 2-3 river crossings. its a pretty good drive.

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  3. twelve7five

    twelve7five New Member

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    how far east of birdlip? is there still a disused quarry up cleeve hill that is legal to drive?
     
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    Griffdowg New Member

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    er. well you can go directly across from the carpark. past the main road and east from there. i suggest you buy the relevent 1:50,000 OS.

    cant comment on cleeve hill yet, i will consult memory map now. ive only been up there on my mountain board :)

    G