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Baby Routes - The roamings and ramblings of a walkabout mum Blog The Walks Travel Back to Nature Practicalities Kit Reviews Contact me Search West Runton Heath & Woodland Walk Walk Distance: 1.8km Walk Duration: 1hr (allow an extra 30 mins at toddler pace or with view/play breaks) Ordnance Survey: OS Landranger 133 North East Norfolk; OS Explorer 252 Norfolk Coast East Suitable for: babies in carriers, little walkers, older children, all the family. Off-road and sturdy regular pushchairs can be used on a shorter … View full post Bronson Caves Batman Walk Walk Distance: 1km there and back Walk Duration: 20 mins at toddler pace but you’ll need closer to 50 mins if you want to let the kids explore and play in the caves and to a take in the scenery. Map: This is such a short walk that so long as you stick … View full post Mt. Lee & the Hollywood Sign Walk Walk Distance: 5.8km walk to the Hollywood sign and back Walk Duration: Allow around 3 hours with mini hikers. Maps: There are various paper maps available including some basic ones from the Griffith Park Visitor Centre but none I’d recommend particularly over another. You can find … View full post Bishop Sutton & Burledge Hill Circular Walk Walk Distance: 2.6km (basic loop) or 5.2 km (including detour to New Manor Farm) Walk Duration: 1hr 15 for the basic loop at preschooler pace, with plenty of view admiring time; allow 2-3 hours if heading to New Manor Farm – you’ll want to leave plenty of time … View full post Malibu Creek State Park Rock Pool Loop Walk Distance: 3.44km including the diversion to the rock pool, 2.7km for just the main loop. Walk Duration: 1hr 50 at pre-schooler pace (the toddler was in the backpack for most of it). Included a short time at the rock pool. Warm autumn conditions. Maps: Tom Harrison Maps – Malibu Creek State Park 1:31,680 ; … View full post Treffgarne Rocks Circular Walk Walk Distance: 2.2km Walk Duration: 1hr 30 (at preschooler walking speed and allowing clambering up rocks & admiring the view time). Half this time at a normal pace! Ordnance Survey: OS Landranger 157 St. David’s & Haverford West; OS Explorer OL35 North Pembrokeshire Suitable for: Babies in carriers, little legs (with a bit of … View full post Chagford Town & River Walk Walk Distance: 3.4km Walk Duration: 1hr 15 at a slow preschooler pace including lots of stops and toddling by the 16 month old. Ordnance Survey: OS Explorer OL28 Dartmoor; OS Landranger 191 Okehampton & North Dartmoor Suitable for: Babies in carriers, older children. The uphill return walk and the fact there is some significant lane walking … View full post Bryher Round Island Walk, Scilly Walk Distance: 6.5km (slightly less if you are returning to a different ferry point on Bryher. Closer to 7km if you walk along the whole of Bryher ‘s south coast rather than up and across Samson Hill). Walk Duration: 3hrs 30 (with a walking 3 y/o and baby in carrier, including stopping time). Allow a … View full post Rogie Falls Salmon Spotting Walk Walk Distance: 1.3km Walk Duration: 30 minutes at a steady pace. Allow 50 minutes if walking with toddlers. Ordnance Survey: OS Landranger 26 Inverness & Loch Ness & 20 Beinn Dearg & Loch Broom , OS Explorer 437 Ben Wyvis & Strathpeffer. If you stick to just the route on this walk though … View full post West Runton Heath & Woodland WalkBronson Caves Batman WalkMt. Lee & the Hollywood Sign WalkBishop Sutton & Burledge Hill Circular WalkMalibu Creek State Park Rock Pool LoopTreffgarne Rocks Circular WalkChagford Town & River WalkBryher Round Island Walk, ScillyRogie Falls Salmon Spotting Walk Jul 15 Kit Review: The Deuter Kid Comfort II Child Carrier Categories: Kit & Clothing Reviews by Kate Limburn For us, a week’s family holiday in the wilds of Northumberland was always going to involve lots of outdoor time. Four year old Roo is a fantastic little walker. Beth though, at just two, still struggles to keep up on longer outings. ‘Longer’ meaning anything over 40 minutes…or anything over … Continue reading ? Jul 06 Wildlife Wednesday: Visiting the Farne Islands, Northumberland with Children Categories: Northumberland, Travel, Wildlife, Wildlife Wednesday by Kate Limburn Taking young children on a bird-watching boat trip might not spring instantly to mind. If you’re in Northumberland between April and July though, it really ought to. You don’t have to be a nature buff to appreciate the Farne Islands nor do your children need to know their coots from … Continue reading ? Jun 28 Family Days Out: The Swiss Museum of Transport, Lucerne Categories: Switzerland, Travel by Kate Limburn The Swiss Museum of Transport is a great day out by itself or combined with a visit to its beautiful lakeside setting near Lucerne. Covering everything from trains to planes and even space exploration, the museum is aimed at children and adults alike and offers something to interest, educate or … Continue reading ? Jun 16 Review: Meet & Greet Service, Purple Parking at London Heathrow Categories: airports, Reviews, Travel, Travel with children by Kate Limburn We are really fortunate to have London Heathrow Airport as our closest airport. To have 80 different airlines flying to more than 180 destinations across the world is a big bonus when you enjoy travelling. We rarely fly from elsewhere. Despite living under an hour away, getting to London Heathrow Airport … Continue reading ? Jun 15 Wildlife Wednesday: 30 Days Wild Challenge – Days 8-14 Categories: Random ramblings by Kate Limburn The 30 Days Wild challenge for the Wildlife Trusts has been continuing this week in the Baby Routes household. After all the activity of our first week, it’s been another busy wildlife week here with nocturnal garden explorations, making plaster casts of deer tracks and some pond-dipping and microscope action. There’s also been … Continue reading ? Jun 15 Outdoor Activities: Making an Animal Track Cast Categories: Random ramblings by Kate Limburn After coming across the idea in a wonderful book of nature activities I picked up from a charity shop, I’ve been eager to try out making an animal track cast out of Plaster of Paris of some of those tracks we find out on our family walks. We gave it a first shot … Continue reading ? Jun 08 Wildlife Wednesday: 30 Days Wild Challenge – Days 1 to 7 Categories: Wildlife, Wildlife Wednesday by Kate Limburn We are now one week in to our 30 Days Wild challenge. It’s been a busy time, not least because those seven days have spanned being on and returning from holiday and getting back to normal routines again, all of which has left relatively little time for extra things. Still, as … Continue reading ? Jun 07 11 Tips for Hiking when Pregnant! Categories: Articles, Health and well-being, Practicalities, Pregnancy by Kate Limburn There’s no point trying to conceal it any longer. After all, despite my best efforts, ‘it’ is failing miserably to remain inconspicuous beneath my increasingly strained and unforgiving summer tops… I am thrilled to announce that, as of the end of this summer, we are expecting another mini-explorer … Continue reading ? Jun 01 30 Days Wild Challenge: Nature Mobiles and Nature Books Categories: Wildlife, Wildlife Wednesday by Kate Limburn It’s the 1st June and that means one thing – the very first day of the Wildlife Trusts’ 30 Days Wild challenge, with its aim to get us all outside enjoying nature in whatever way we can for every day of the month to come. We will be blogging about … Continue reading ? Jun 01 Outdoor Activities: How to Make Nature Mobiles Categories: Activities, outdoor activities, Wildlife by Kate Limburn We made a nature mobile as our first day’s activity for this year’s 30 Days Wild Challenge. It’s a really simple idea that works for kids of all ages – just obviously with tiny ones they will be most involved with the collecting of nature materials than in the tying of cotton! We … Continue reading ? Older posts ? About Kate… Determined to combine parenthood with her love of travel and the great outdoors, Kate founded Baby Routes in 2012 after the birth of her first daughter. Now with both a preschooler and toddler to take on her adventures, Kate continues to test out family friendly walks, share travel tips and put outdoor gear for parents and tots through its paces. Find a walk near me… within 5 10 15 20 30 50 km of Find Me This Weather Widget is provided by the Met Office Upcoming outdoor events! August 1, 2016 – Robin Hood Festival, Nottinghamshire Midlands August 3, 2016 – Bakewell Show Midlands August 4, 2016 – BBC Countryfile Live, Blenheim Palace South East August 4, 2016 – Wildnerness Festival, Oxfordshire South East August 11, 2016 – Bristol Balloon Fiesta South West August 13, 2016 – Portsmouth International Kite Festival South September 16, 2016 – The Good Life Festival, Flintshire Wales October 1, 2016 – Family Travel Show, London South East Copyright Except where otherwise noted, content on this site is licensed under a Creative Commons License. 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