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There's a choice of three short dog walks on well-signed footpaths here - ideal for a poochie pitstop. This is part of the Mersey Forest and now a nature reserve.
Excellent dog walking territory through attractive woodlands that are part of the Mersey Forest. Paths are steep in places but are well surfaced and maintained. There is a nice 45 minute 1.
Popular with Warrington dog walkers and horse riders, there are many paths to wander along at will for a highly enjoyable walk. The paths are clear and wide, and there's no danger of getting lost.
The canal path is ideal for dog walking and also forms part of the Trans-Pennine Trail. Kids will also enjoy the pirate ship and the maze.
Located just 2 miles from j 11 m62 a picturesque oasis on the outskirts of Warringtons Risley/Birchwood business and science parks.
Bowlee Park, between Oldham and Bury, is much bigger than you might think at first, and there is good dog walking to be had here.
An exhilarating moorland walk that's marvellous for dog walking, and a well-heated pub with home cooking to warm up in afterwards.
Wonderful dog walking around Crompton Moor.
A quiet wooded hillside park that's ideal for dog walking.
Really nice place for a dog walk, and it's a popular choice. Definitely worth checking out the walk leaflets in the visitor centre if you want to explore more exciting walks.
This is doggy dashing paradise on a section of the Pennine Way long distance footpath. Despite the lack of facilities for drivers, for active dogs this really is as good as it gets.
This dog walk looks really close to the M62 but don't be fooled - it's not close by road! Instead you can easily get there on the old Roman road, the A640.
Easy dog walk around a reservoir, and no distance from the motorway! Apparently the reservoir wall actually supports the motorway for 10km.
A well-planned system of criss-crossing paths make the most of the 110 acres of land in this park, and it's a delightful place to visit with lots of variety and points of interest.
This riverside walk is popular with local dog walkers and if you have a sociable hound there is plenty of space for doggy exuberance.
One of the glories of this dog walk on the Trans-Penine Trail is that there are no hills, or even slopes, and the path stays firm and shoe-friendly in wet weather.