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We did this only because I saw it on TripAdvisor and it sounded like a hoot, and it was. It is quite hard work pedalling uphill but honestly, if I can do it anybody can. We started downhill, then turned around and pedalled uphill. Personally...More
A disused railway line which you can cycle on using specialised bikes which you hire. The route goes two ways, we went 5k down hill and then the return journey was up hill. Took us just over an hour and really enjoyed it. Free parking...More
We are a group of four friends let loose by our wife’s for the weekend. While flicking through various leaflets at the St Omer tourist office this place caught our eye. You ride and cycle trolleys over a disused railway and the trip distance is...More
Velorails are generally fun and this is no exception. The basic idea is a former railway line that you can now cycle along in a makeshift bike-train contraption. In season it is advisable to reserve by phone, but we turned up on the off chance...More
Found this place last year out of season so was closed but booked by phone this year 2 days before our day trip. On arrival we were greeted by a nice English speaking guy that gave us a 5 min tutorial on how to use...More
We had to book by phone , the website advised us to do this. This wasn't too difficult as the woman on the other end spoke a bit of English and we speak a bit of French so we managed to understand each other !!...More
My partner, dog and I arrived at Rando Rail on a Sunday morning. I was pleased that dogs were allowed but we didn't realize two people are required to cycle for the rail cart to move optimally. This left our dog in the unsecured hammock...More
If you still need to know - you do have to get off the bike a few times at the stopping points ie: when the rail meets the road, you dismount, check for traffic, then push the bike and start again. But you don't get to stop... More
If you still need to know - you do have to get off the bike a few times at the stopping points ie: when the rail meets the road, you dismount, check for traffic, then push the bike and start again. But you don't get to stop for 'rests' - you pretty much need to keep going once started as you set off as a group.