Bivvy Spots around Hull/East Yorkshire Area?

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Bivvy Spots around Hull/East Yorkshire Area?

Postby screescree » Thu Sep 28, 2017 2:19 pm

Haven't been able to find many where I felt safe or secluded enough to camp out, anyone have any places they stop in the area?
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Re: Bivvy Spots around Hull/East Yorkshire Area?

Postby johnb » Fri Oct 06, 2017 11:02 pm

Speaking without knowledge! A friend cycles taking a tent with him regularly, as in weekly. He calls it guerilla camping. When it is time to camp he simply finds a field or a wood and....camps. A few farmers have caught him, always in the morning and have never been overly stroppy with him. Remember your a cyclist who couldn't find a campsite not a pikey destroying his field. You should be looking for any quiet spot and simply pitch your tent.
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Re: Bivvy Spots around Hull/East Yorkshire Area?

Postby screescree » Sun Oct 08, 2017 5:26 pm

Yeah I've never camped on someones field, might be worth looking at that...
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Re: Bivvy Spots around Hull/East Yorkshire Area?

Postby windjammer » Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:37 am

i know a few spots around south cave,weedley springs is good
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Re: Bivvy Spots around Hull/East Yorkshire Area?

Postby screescree » Tue Oct 10, 2017 1:59 pm

windjammer wrote:i know a few spots around south cave,weedley springs is good


never heard of the place... just tried googling it and not much info there to tell me where it is. Help?
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Re: Bivvy Spots around Hull/East Yorkshire Area?

Postby techno mail » Tue Oct 10, 2017 3:33 pm

Search for drewton. It's off the market weighton road down the disused railway.
I've bivvied down there myself, got a bit spooked by gamekeepers blasting shotguns :shock:
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Re: Bivvy Spots around Hull/East Yorkshire Area?

Postby screescree » Tue Oct 10, 2017 4:38 pm

techno mail wrote:Search for drewton. It's off the market weighton road down the disused railway.
I've bivvied down there myself, got a bit spooked by gamekeepers blasting shotguns :shock:


Jesus Christ haha, shotgun blasts is a pretty good alarm clock I guess :lol:
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Postby techno mail » Tue Oct 10, 2017 4:56 pm

screescree wrote:
techno mail wrote:Search for drewton. It's off the market weighton road down the disused railway.
I've bivvied down there myself, got a bit spooked by gamekeepers blasting shotguns :shock:


Jesus Christ haha, shotgun blasts is a pretty good alarm clock I guess :lol:

yeah, shame it was at 9pm, took a while to get to sleep after that!
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