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Is there a Pram friendly route?

over a year ago Answer

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Two Bridges, Devon, UK
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While doable, I don't think it is worth the headache. It's a steep walk and not always smooth underfoot. Sturdy shoes, drinking water, and back up waterproofs if the weather changes is what you should be considering.

over a year ago
Belfast, United Kingdom
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No not really. It's uphill and a stinky path. We did bring a pram up but it was hard work.

over a year ago
Belfast, United Kingdom
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No not really ! More rough ground but you could stay about the castle which is suitable ground for a pram.

over a year ago
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better if you carry the child on your back, the paths are steep coming through the trees, and not to the top.

over a year ago
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A short part of the route is pretty steep so you need to be careful, but if you are reasonably fit a buggy should be ok.

over a year ago
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A short part of the route is pretty steep so you need to be careful, but if you are reasonably fit a buggy should be ok.

over a year ago
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A short part of the route is pretty steep so you need to be careful, but if you are reasonably fit a buggy should be ok.

over a year ago
Belfast, United Kingdom
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Not really, it is very steep. I just wouldn't recommend you take a pram with you!

over a year ago
uk
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Hi there.

Its certainly do-able, if there are two of you with one buggy it will be ok as you would lift the buggy on certain bits. If you were on your own it would be difficult.

We have been up with family with buggy's and its an adventure that was enjoyable.

I would suggest that you only try it after at least 4/5 dry days (if we ever get that again, lol) the ground be firm would make it a lot easier.

If you check out the "walk.ni" website - there is a lot of good info and reviews.

Hope thats of some help.

B.V

over a year ago
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