Walks Around Grange

 
 
Walk through Yewbarrow Woods - around 1.5 hours
 
A short walk through deciduous woodland and limestone outcrops with stunning Morecambe Bay views towards Holme Island and Arnside to the East and Humphrey Head to the South.
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Walks to Hampsfell
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Town Trail
 
A short walk around the most interesting spots in town - click to download
 
Nature Related Walks
 
Grange & District Natural History Society have produced a series of tree walks in the town - these can be seen on a separate website here.
There are a number of accessible nature reserves and woodlands on our doorstep.  The Morecambe Bay Partnership has produced a super leaflet 'In and Around Grange-over-Sands', which includes suggestions for bird watching and walks.
 
Cross Bay Walks
The information on Cross Bay Walks for 2019 will be available early in 2019 please click on the link below
www.yourguide2thelakedistrict.co.uk/events-in-the-lake-district/morecambe-bay-walks
This list is updated on a regular basis
 
Walks from the Furness Line
A selection of eight short walks from the Furness line.
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Cycling
 
Grange Station makes a good starting point for cycling into the Cartmel Peninsula and the southern Lake District.
 
GoLakes has a downloadable document describing the route eastwards along the Walney to Wear National Cycle Route toGilpin Bridge - where you can link up with a Lyth Valley Circular Route.
 
From Cartmel, there's a nice ride to Humphrey Head and Holker.