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Route 4 – Grange Promenade and Hampsfell Approach

Grange Promenade – Overview

Along the length of this route on Grange Promenade there are spectacular views over Morecambe Bay towards Arnside and Arnside Knott, with huge ever changing skies according to different seasons and time of day.  The promenade is backed by beautiful gardens with exotic vegetation due to the Gulf Stream influence. These were created for visitors and residents to enjoy whilst taking the sea air.

Grange Promenade is the perfect place to watch and listen to the wading birds that flock here in their thousands to feed on the shellfish and shrimps in the estuarine sands.

The paved surface of the promenade is level and easy to use, with disabled toilets and an accessible cafe en route.

Hampsfell Approach – Overview

There is an additional route, heading out of Grange that leads up towards Hampsfell Hospice. This route follows a back road, climbing very steeply and then along a rough track through woods to the edge of open land leading to the Hospice with great views out over the Bay. The route is rough and off-camber on bumpy ground and is ONLY SUITABLE for experienced All Terrain Mobility Scooter users.

Practical Information

Basic Route Information

Get to the route by Car: 20 minutes drive from Junction 36 of the M6.

Get to the route by bus: From Kendal or Barrow on 530 or 532 service (Mon – Fri only )
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Get to the route by train: www.trainline.comRegular, fast mainline connections from Manchester, London and Scotland to Lancaster Station. From Lancaster you pick up a scenic local train stopping en route around Morecambe Bay to Barrow-in-Furness, and takes you over the Kent and Leven Estuaries. National Rail Enquiries 08457 484950 Trainline Traveline 0871 200 2233

Length of promenade route: 4 km / 2.5 miles 1.25 hours

Length of Hampsfell route: 5 km / 3.2 miles 2.5 hours

Amenities: Disabled parking Grange Railway Station (Rail users only), Windermere Road car park, near Grange Railway Station. Public toilets Grange Railway Station (Rail users only – Radar key operated). Public toilets opposite Grange Lido. Refreshments available at the Prom Tea Room, this is closed during the winter months but there are other options in the town centre.

Route type: Out and back

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Why ‘More to Explore’?

More to Explore aims to inspire people of all-ability to explore the Morecambe Bay area. This website provides advice on where and how to access a fantastic series of all-ability routes – there are downloadable maps, plus an interactive map showing lots more route suggestions. There is background information about all-ability mobility scooter use and hire locally, useful links as well as ideas for how to get more involved in this project.

More to Explore offers everyone, from families with buggies to mobility-challenged people, the opportunity to get around Morecambe Bay and experience amazing sunsets, discover natural landscapes and unearth an adventure with an incredible range of accessible routes.

Please take a look around this site, get inspiration and information and then come and visit Morecambe Bay!


In line with the latest government advice surrounding Coronavirus (COVID-19), our Tramper Hire service is suspended until further notice.

We wish you all well and if you are taking your daily exercise on any of our advertised routes, please do so responsibly adhering to advice on social distancing.