SteveG Posted January 31, 2008 Share Posted January 31, 2008 In the beginners post, people have sensibly advised against solo greenlaning, however in the mags and forums the advice of never solo greenlaning is often given out irrespective of experience. Now as general rule it's prudent to state this, but I personally think that stating 'never solo greenlane' in the UK is going over the top. If you think otherwise let me know your reasons.. As you can guess, I'm personally ok with sensible greenlaning and often go out on my own, even on lanes that I haven't driven before. Being sensible and prepared is more important. My reasons for this are.. I can go out more often, rather than limiting it to organised trips The majority of lanes in the UK are driveable without getting stuck All lanes in the UK are no more than an hours walk away from civilisation Good Mobile coverage throughout UK, so it's possible to get a signal by walking 30 minutes or so A high-lift, spade and a pair of waffles will get you out of most green lane stuck situations A working winch and ground anchor even more Cheers Steve Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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