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Top 10 Pram Friendly Walks In North Wales

I love Autumn. Especially when it comes to walks in North Wales. The feel of leaves crunching beneath your feet, pumpkin spiced lattes and the joy on my children’s faces as they collect shiny conkers. Work your way through my top 10 pram friendly and accessible walks. Let me know which one is your favorite.

September 8, 2022


1. Alyn Waters Country Park

A 2 mile pram friendly circular walk, it is situated right next to the River Alyn and we love to spend hours throwing stones into the river to see who can create the biggest splash. There’s a cafe, great playground for all ages, toilets and parking is £1 – LL11 4AG

2. Wepre Park

A short pram friendly walk, although if you go as far as Ewloe Castle there are some steps & it can get muddy. There are plenty of routes that would suit little legs. There’s a playground, skatepark, cafe & toilets. Parking is free – CH5 4JR

3. Loggerheads Country Park

A 30 minute walk along the river is pram accessible. There are lots of other walks including one to devils gorge if you wanted to go in further. Toilets & a cafe. Parking is £1 for 2 hours. CH7 5LH

4. Moel Famau

For the pram friendly walk park at the lower car park, there is a 0.4 mile accessible pram friendly circular route perfect for little legs. If you have older children or a carrier you could park at the top car park and make the steady walk up to the summit of Moel Famau. There is a wooden play area and toilets. Parking is £2 CH7 5SH

5. Marine Lake Rhyl

Circular walk around the man made lake. There is a miniature railway that goes around it too. There’s a playground, toilets and refreshments available. Parking is free LL18 1AQ

6. The Old Warren & Hawarden Estate

Start at Cherry Orchard Road and keep left into Hawarden Estate and left again to get back to the old warren – see if you can spot our man made den. It’s about 3 miles circular. If you go straight on you’ll get to tinkersdale car park, but it is quite muddy that way. I would advise a carrier for this. *permit required when on Hawarden Estate. CH4 0EG

7. Prestatyn Promenade

The promenade is paved for about 4 miles, perfect for prams, scooters and bikes. There’s a playground, toilets and if you walk further down a Costa coffee. Parking is £1.50 for 2 hours – LL19 7EY

8. Llangollen Canal

Start just over the road from the heritage railway station. It’s a nice wide flat path. If you want to carry on further you will have to use a baby carrier to get to Horseshoe falls. You might even spot their horse drawn boats. Park at east street car park in the centre of Llangollen, £3.50 all day. LL20 8RB

9. Ty Mawr Country Park

Stunning views of Cefn viaduct and situated on the river Dee. There’s a great playground, refreshment hatch, toilets and petting zoo. The Ty Mawr trail is a 1 mile circular pram friendly route or ifyou have a carrier you could walk the 4 mile route on to the Pontcysyllte aqueduct. Parking £1 per day. LL14 3PE

10. Bala Lake

Tegid Trail, Bala lake. Lovely little walk along the lake, Pram friendly and you can walk into Bala itself. Lots of cafes, public loo and nearby Car park. The Green – LL23 7NG.

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September 8, 2022