#CountryKids Cycling to Wray Castle

#CountryKids Cycling to Wray Castle

#CountryKids Cycling to Wray Castle

I have been struggling to get us out as a family cycling happily due to the contrasting levels of confidence and ability that a 3 year age gap makes. Having to watch one shoot off into the distance whilst the other constantly stops is a nightmare. So I was very happy to acquire a second hand tag a long yesterday to try and make cycling more enjoyable. We took advice from the Go Lakes web site on cycling in Cumbria and headed over on the ferry to the western shore of Windermere:

It adds to the fun to take the ferry and at £4.30 for a car its cheaper than the car park! Once over the water we made use of our National Trust membership to park for free at Harrowslack. Then my daughter and I assembled my son's new mode of transport:

My daughter looked very professional in her cycling gear:

Then we set off (slightly wobbly!) on the cycle path. It starts off fairly flat but once deep into the woods along the shoreline there was a pretty steep hill:

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