Time: Give yourself a good 3 hours (remember to take some water and a snack!)
Length: 4.6 miles
Level: Moderate - It is a mostly flat walk, but the ground very un even in parts, one very steep climb.
I would not recommend this walk for pushchairs or wheelchairs, there is a lot of rather big rocks and steps to climb over and if you do Castle Crag, this is very steep. The walk would be fine for older children.
Grange has two good cafes, perfect for fuelling up before your walk. There are also some public toilets in the village.
The path starts to the right of the main cafe, sign posted to Hollows Farm campsite.
Don't walk along the river, instead turn up to your right up a steep path from the small bridge.
Before you get to the bridge, there is a little cut in the wall and some stepping stones over the river, this is a nice little alternate route for a small section. The stepping stones are fun!
You soon meet the river again, and the pebble beach paddling area again that you will recognise and the camp site ahead. You are now walking back along the first section past the campsite and back up the road into Grange.