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Elterwater to Skelwith Bridge


Walk, Ambleside, UK
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Park in the national trust car park opposite the pub. The pub has great beer and some changing facilities which are upstairs.

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Tarn Hows


Walk, Ambleside, UK
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Take a picnic. There are lots of spots to sit out and have a break to admire the view. Good buggy access.

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Wray Castle to Ferry Nab


Walk, Hawkshead, UK
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Lots of parking options to park and do loops on hawkshead side of the lake. Route can be found here: http://www.lakesidehotel.co.uk/files/uploaded/walks/Walks6.pdf If you're coming from the Windermere direction make a day of it and get a 'Walkers Ticket' for Windermere Lake Cruises and take the boat from Bowness up to Ambleside then swap boats to Wray Castle. Explore the castle (National Trust) then walk down the side of the lake back to Ferry Nab (other side from Bowness) and get a ferry back. 2 hour walk approx and another hour- two hours for ferries and waiting for changes.

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Serpentine Wood


Walk, Kendal, UK
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Fun alphabet trail for children. Not suitable for buggies. http://www.discovercumbria.co.uk/Serpentine-Wood-Alphabet-Trail.html

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Charlottes Walk Fordhall Organic Farm


Walk, Market Drayton, UK
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An easy walk on our Organic Farm, see the piglets, chickens and community garden. Organic Café and farm shop on site. Lots of events all year round all suitable for children.

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Quarrymill


Walk, Perth/Scone, UK
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Pram friendly walk between Scone and Perth. Nicer than walking the main road. Great grassy area for older kids to play. Cafe onsite

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Montgomery Canal Welshpool


Walk, Welshpool , UK
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Buggy friendly and some Geocaching for explorers.

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Gypsy King Monument


Walk, Welshpool, UK
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Not suitable for a buggy or children under 8. Maybe ok for parents carrying babies in safe back pack.

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Briedden Hill, Rodneys Pillar


Walk, Welshpool, UK
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Not that buggy/stroller friendly. Great for babies in backpacks or 5+. Geocaching nearby.

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Powis Deer Park


Walk, Welshpool , UK
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Buggy Friendly, can enter park from Welshpool Town Centre. FInds for Geocachers

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