They should make it really icy and do sledging competitions. Might need significant quantities of straw bales or what have you at the bottom to minimise causalities.and apparently according the the radio this morning they have an annual chocolate ball / malteasers roll ( 25,000 of them) down the hill
It will be the steepest street in the world that conforms to an arbitrary definition and which someone has been bothered to measure. I hope the media attention will prompt other locations to come forward.
their definitions can be very peculiar and arbitrary Nurse denied Guinness World Record for not wearing dress at London Marathon
It says something about having buildings on each side. If you check it out on google maps you can see it sort of has houses on it at the top and bottom bits, whilst the steep bit is more like a country lane, of which there are many in the UK and on which you could almost certainly find a steeper section if measured over a short enough distance.a road dedicated to the public use and metalled or otherwise made suitable for motor vehicles perhaps
Doesn't matter whether I could pay up as I'd never have to. It'll not be long before we come back to this thread, once a local tourist office in the Balkans or some other genuinely mountainous region in the world has realised this nonsense is a good way of getting some cheap press coverage.Do you have any money left?
been to Steep Hill in Lincoln, and Gold Hill in Dorset - that's the Hovis ad one isn't it ?