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Selborne 66

Description as it was in 1960 (may not be accurate): From Road C.166 southwards along sunken earth track approximately 9 ft. wide to Road U.230.No Videos yet.


Neil said....
 Near the South (Kiln) end there are very deep muddy ruts which cause a major mud hazard. You may not be able to get through these unaided. Beware!
These take an extended period to dry after wet weather.


Kevin Phillips said....
 This lane is being cleared by Hampshire Paths Partnership volunteers on 27 Feb 2011 (national green lane day) in a bit to try and get it to dry out.

Please come and help!


Nick McConnell said....
 We had to abort this lane today as its impassable with a 4X4....my mates Disco was scuffing the centre hump with the diffs.....my Jeep got beached and the kind soul that dragged my back off the rut walked up with us and there are monumental piles of rubble that have just been left one of which is so big there is a near vertical double drop off the backside of it....avoid at all cost impassable!


Kev said....
 This route is impassable at the current moment in time. There are large piles of aggregate dumped along its route and a HUGE bank of it at one point that would be approx 15' high with a smaller bank approx 8' from it. The ruts are approx 8" to 12" deep in places


AndyS said....
 Just rode this today 31jan16 on a KTM. Very wet day, ruts were deep all the way, and there are very deep puddles 2 ft deep but passable on bikes. Wouldn't expect a 4x4 to get through though.


AndyS said....
 Just rode this today 31jan16 on a KTM. Very wet day, ruts were deep all the way, and there are very deep puddles 2 ft deep but passable on bikes. Wouldn't expect a 4x4 to get through though.


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