The grass taxiways at my local aerodrome are sometimes crossed by hard surfaces. Where they cross, the levels don't quite match, so there's a bump as you cross: not quite a pavement kerb, but still a sudden change in surface height.
What's the best way to cross these safely? Crossing straight-on carries the risk that the mainwheels will both stick against the ledge, lifting your tail and in extreme cases maybe causing a prop strike; like trying to cycle up a kerb and going over the handlebars. Crossing at an angle makes sticking less likely, but it rolls the aircraft slightly, and in a low-wing airplane you risk touching a wing-tip.
What's the best way to balance these risks and safely cross the kerb?