Image reproduced courtesy of The Francis Frith Collection ~ link.
There's history all around... Once a tiny fishing hamlet at the crossing of the sands of Morecambe Bay, the coming of the railway made Grange into a popular holiday resort. Its historic buildings in the beautiful local limestone are now part of the town's character - ideal for exploring on the town's History Trail. Walks , woodlands and wonderful views...Maybe you will enjoy a short walk starting from the town through the woodland and nature reserve at Yewbarrow Woods and Brown Robin or a little further to the Hospice, the most amazing view point on the sumit of Hampsfell, offering views as far and wide as The Isle of Man and Blackpool Tower, the Yorkshire Dales and Lakeland Fells. Just a short drive into Allithwaite, at Humphrey Head, you will find a splendid walk with spectacular views across the Bay within this Cumbria Wildlife area.