This is a planned trip for our summer 2016 holiday following the conversion of DVO to a 2 berth off road camper. That is if we manage to get the work done in time!
This was to be a test run to gauge what sort of distance can realistically be covered in an average day choosing the route to include as many greenlanes as possible linking them by the lowest category of road as sensibly possible. These three days were planned as a loop from home near Cambridge running up through Cambridgeshire, to Norfolk, to Suffolk and back to home. With each day covering between 126 and 90 miles with between 13 and 16 greenlanes per day. To see how it goes click on the dates to go to the detail.
Click on a date to see the journeys of the day
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Just one local lane driven this day. Whole Lane, a byway between Harlton and Barrington. A pleasant rolling hill drive through arable fields and trees.
Just a short test drive and exploration of some of the local byways (B.O.A.T.S.) in South Cambridgeshire and North Hertfordshire.