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Limekiln Lane

Description as it was in 1960 (may not be accurate): From Road C.200, west of Lythe House, southwards along Lime Kiln Lane to Brownings Hill, along earth track 9 ft. wide between banks, to grass track enclosed 9 ft. wide between hedges, widening to 27 ft. wide between hedges, then un-enclosed grass track (shown on the East Meon Award dated 13th June, 1851, as a 50 ft. driftway), then southwards along surfaced road northeast of Hillhampton Down.No Videos yet.


MadStu said....
 HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! Nice hill climb. Tricky when wet. Chalk surface. Spectacular views from top. Lush!


MadStu said....
 Also, TRO'd to all but Motorcycles.


Adam Tull said....
 This is Butser hill climb up the back. This route is often the downhill route and is mostly wet clay. Very good fun when dry. (11/07/11)


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