Tom and Emily Randle - terrain lifestyle

"We arrived in the Lake District yesterday and went on our first proper hike with the buggy today - about 7 miles. The terrain was a real mix - lots of gravel paths, slots of rocky forest trails and a ford.  Freddie was a bit upset to begin with, we think it was because of the cold / wind. Once we put the rain cover on he slept for 1.5 hours, including the river crossing, so it must be a pretty comfy ride! It got really bouncy towards the end, but Freddie loved it. We made good use of the brakes and at one point on really cambered bit of the path we ended up testing the 5 point safety harness - oops! We found locking up the front wheel really helped on the stoniest bits."

Written by: Tom & Emily Randle

terrain consumer review

"Just wanted to say that I've been really impressed with the ease at which you can fold down "pack down" and extend the buggy back into action. Very straight forward and practical! When you remove the back wheels and pack it down it can fit quite well into a moderate sized car boot...the handbrake is fantastic and would be very confident using it on hilly terrain. I would use this handbrake regularly..."

Written by: David Murtagh - Ireland

terrain consumer review

"I absolutely love it! It's so easy to fold down. Arthur thinks it is great being able to sit up and look around. Today we ventured out to the botanical gardens in Christchurch. It was a little drizzly so I used the rain cover. It is great that you can unzip the cover to get your baby out. With other prams I have had to remove the whole rain cover to get him out, which is not very practical. I think this is a great feature of the Mountain Buggy. Arthur loved sitting in his pram chatting to me while I drank my coffee!...

...I took Arthur for a walk in Bottle Lake Forest. For this walk I used the 16 inch wheels. The forest is really bumpy and there is lots of sand. It was an absolute breeze pushing Arthur in this pram. It was only a matter of minutes before he was fast asleep with the nice, gently bumping of the pram on the rough terrain. Arthur slept for the entire walk despite the fact that some of the areas were quite rough. The pram handled every hurdle really well and I was extremely impressed. As mothers I am sure we all appreciate a sleeping baby and there is nothing worse then a sudden bump that wakes them!! This was not the case with the Mountain Buggy terrain. Arthur looked so peaceful through the walk and he looked so cosy and comfortable tucked up in the pram. I will be sure to go walking through the forest again, it really was an enjoying experience with this pram."

Written by: Emma Ellis - Christchurch, NZ

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