We've spent the day driving from Italy (Turin), across the mountains to France to get to the Verdon Gorge. As we cross the border and while it was sleeting with loads of standing water, I was taking it easy, and then the clutch pedal started to feel odd. The bite point was really low and it was popping up really slowly and softly. I pulled over at a safe spot and realised that if I pump the pedal a few times, it feels like it's back to normal... but only for a few gear changes, before it gets slow and soft at popping back up again. We've limped on for another half an hour and stopped at a campsite near Gap. I'm guessing that it's a hydraulic issue if pumping it makes it come back for a bit??? I'm not sure, but I think the hydraulic fluid is shared with the brakes. The brake fluid was changed about 6 months ago and the brakes feel fine. We've done quite a few mountain passes in the past few months, but I don't think I've cooked the fluid yet. The brake fluid level is on max. Any suggestions on what it could be? What can I check? I suspect I'm going to roll it down the hill to Gap with my fingers crossed that I don't get stuck at a junction with no gears. I'm also expecting that I'll be waiting until Monday to find a garage that'll take a 3 tonne and 2.5 metre high van.