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Take some twenty somethings with you - its exhausting but fun

I think we made the mistake of thinking that four adults in one rail cart, taking turns at... read more

Reviewed 2 June 2018
Shelagh22W
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Scotland, United Kingdom
Good concept, poor execution!

You and spouse want to exercise your leg and thigh muscles while your under 9 kids sit in back, be... read more

Reviewed 17 May 2015
Serviceprof
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Naples, Florida
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100 Chemin du Pont Romain, 34630 Saint-Thibery, Pezenas, France
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Reviewed 2 June 2018

I think we made the mistake of thinking that four adults in one rail cart, taking turns at peddling, would be less exhausting than two carts, however we hadn't figured for the additional drag! Fortunately two of the team were fit twenty somethings so they...More

Thank Shelagh22W
Reviewed 3 September 2017

We did this in the heat of July and only 2 of us! It was hard work, but we laughed from start to finish. Next time, we would need a minimum of 4 and choose a cooler part of the day...little shade

Thank k34310
Reviewed 30 August 2017 via mobile

Fantastic experience. Converted pedal carts (5 seats each) that you pedal down unused rail tracks. 3km each directions, pretty flat, fun for all the family. Not particularly scenic, but good fun

Thank Neil C
Reviewed 1 June 2016

This is quite good fun for VERY fit people. Each 'carriage' seats up to 5 people and the 2 sitting in front have to pedal to move the carriage. There are ca 6 carriages which travel some 2-3 Kms, stop, turn on a turnstile, and...More

Thank Joan P
Reviewed 6 September 2015

I'd love to give this a great review but when we arrived, despite having booked in advance and driving ninety minutes to get there, we found no-one there. Was it a national holiday or something? If so, they should not have taken our booking or,...More

Thank vogel421
Reviewed 17 May 2015

You and spouse want to exercise your leg and thigh muscles while your under 9 kids sit in back, be my guest. Could be fun, but this stretch of track has zero interesting vistas. Visit the Roman Bridge which dates back to Ceasar instead. It's...More

Thank Serviceprof
Reviewed 30 November 2014

We were not sure what to expect, but the hard work was worth it to travel through the landscape to see areas not otherwise seen. Pre booking is advised in the busy months.

Thank Peter J
Reviewed 4 September 2014

Good fun family activity and reasonable price. Was harder work than we imagined though. Not an overly inspiring route.

Thank hpmpap
Reviewed 10 August 2014

We were stopping in Montpellier and picked up at leaflet for this at a tourist information. Liked the idea of pedalling along a disused railway track in the countryside, something you can't do in the UK. After a 45 minute drive, we greeted by the...More

Thank Gareth S
Reviewed 27 May 2014

Ignore all other pedal on rails especially the Pedorail nearby but make the journey to the Larzac and have a terrific time on this line. Down hill means very little effort needed and they come and collect you after a down hill thrill over viaducts...More

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