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dallas
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Hi

I am travelling with my eight month daughter to Mount Pilatus. is it ok to carry pram for her to the top or it is useless because of the mountain.

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If it's a small fold-up pram, then there shouldn't be a problem to take it to the top. If it's a larger one, but sure to ask, if not, you can leave it at the bottom, while you explore above. Please note that on top, there's not much of an opportunity to go far with a pram. Most tourists walk around from staircase to staircase, side to side. It's rocky up there. If your daughter is not heavy, you can carry her around. Or use a cloth wrap for her, or get a shoulder seat so that she can sit on your back.

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Go to the Stanserhorn instead, funicular to the intermediate station and large aerial cable car to the summit. Views are equal if not better compared to the Pilatus. To get there 20 minutes train to Stans and 100 meters walk on the flat to the funicular station. Return to Lucerne on the boat via Stansstad, 5 minutes train ride from Stans.

www.stanserhorn.ch/m171_m06/cms/EnHome.asp

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