This is a lovely trail to walk at the end of the winter. I went with my brother and sister and their families (so kids ranging from 2-7) and most of the trail was very do-able. Watch out though: the trails through the woods can be a bit icy in March and very challenging for toddlers. But the views of moss-covered woods and stones and fences is very pastoral and gentle and peaceful.

A strike against the trail is the lack of good signage. We got confused a few times (but it may be the time of year) . Also watch out for the horse manure!