This walk takes you from the Waterfall car park via a stile into the lush green fields where sheep graze. Yellow way-marks guide you via other stiles and gates to the tree lined banks of a stream. Some of the oldest sessile oak trees in the park are on this walk. The base of a famine road can be discerned. A stroll through the well-managed pastures brings you to a field on to the road near the main bridge.
The remaining section of the walk is up the road. On your right is a dry-stone wall, no mortar was used, built during 2005. Much of the stone was re-claimed from the derelict wall and some was collected from the steams. Half-way along here is a seat built in to the wall that makes a good photo opportunity with the waterfall in he background.
On the other side of the road, between the road and the stream is the Wheelchair and Sensory Garden. ( This is due for an overhaul in 2017). The road leads uphill to the farm buildings; the first one is the Tea Room, a former lambing shed with the dipping pens behind; the remainder of that building is still reserved for livestock The road becomes steeper as it follows the stream on the left which is a series of wonderful rock pools where some take a refreshing dip on hot days, there are picnic tables here. A road to the right leads to further farm buildings. During lambing orphans are kept and bottle fed here and the hand shearing demonstrations are given.
You could stop at the Water Garden on your left as you leave the farm-building road. This is a lovely spot to have a picnic.