Greenlaning or green laning is an outdoor pursuit of driving along the network of public byways that run the length and breadth of the country. The greenlanes are typically unsurfaced and only suitable for "off-road" vehicles. The byways are often overgrown which is why they are known as "Green lanes".
Popular byway 'Wetton Hill' is under threat of permanent closure to all mechanical vehicles by the Peak District National Park Authority, help fight the full time TRO! Wetton Hill is a popular 1.4 km route along the Manifold Valley. The route does suffer from waterlogging during the winter months, however it
Off road vehicles are still being driven on parts of Snowdonia despite there being a voluntary restraint on the byway known locally as Happy Valley. The voluntary restraint on Happy Valley byway in Wales would run until April according to a tweet by GLASS. Stakeholder members requested the ongoing voluntary restraint
Almost exactly two years ago we headed East for a days greenlaning with some friends from Tavistock area, one of the first lanes we did proved to be a bit slippery and John Barrasins Series 3 slipped down into a deep rut and tipped onto its side. We had done this
Unclassified country road in Treworga, Cornwall, deep water at one end, wouldn't advise attempting on your own!
Freewater Byway just off the A3078 between Probus and Tregony is a good greenlane with some deep ruts. The lane has a stream crossing at one end, and some low hanging branches, will be a tight scratchy lane in the summer months.
Nice green lane near St Just in Roseland, trewithian, Cornwall driven by Nick Osborne in his Defender 90 16/02/2018. This lane has a little bit of everything, few rutted areas, some steps, a stream, nice solid lane and a good drive.