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Ok so, this would never be allowed in England for health and safety issues I'm sure, but go and do it anyway and have weird fun.
In England, we reopen old railway lines with steam engines and sit on them drinking tea and eating cake....More
Great few hours fun. Each car takes 5 peeps with two doing the work....which takes a bit of effort on the way up if you have adult passengers. 30 min stop at the turnaround for ice cream and drinks. Most of the journey is in...More
The velorail is a unique, and fun, way to spend an afternoon in the Perigord Vert. You have to call to book in advance, which I was initially hesitant about as my French is very poor, but it was not a problem as they spoke...More
We arrived late but managed to almost catch up with the others ahead of us. The uphill gradient was scarcely noticeable although it would be more difficult with a full load of five adults. Our 3 year old loved it and was an excellent whistle...More
Great, fun activity for the family – you get a little veloped (a pedal-powered cart which runs along the old railway line) and two of you cycle along, while up to three others can sit back and enjoy the ride. The trip out is a...More
Velorail is a great idea - a way of keeping lines open and servicable and a tourist attraction all in one.
Be aware that the outward trip on the short run is 75% uphill and hard work. The payoff is that you can let fitter...More
Our friends live about 30min from here so first visited about 2012. This year (2016) we returned and the service and experience is still brilliant.
You have to book as it gets very busy. Slight downside is you can only book via phone and our...More