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This nature reserve was opened by David Bellamy and it's a fine dog-walk space with clearly marked paths leading through fields, woodland and a disused canal path.
An easy to manage walk with dogs, very close to the M6 exit.
A choice of paths here, either along the canal or the river. There's more to see on the canal route, and the path is in good condition.
A handy 2-mile (35 mins) circular dog walk on tidy grassland that keeps dogs reasonably clean in all weathers.
Easy to find pub, close to the start of a dog walk.
This is a former deer park with 2,400 acres of open space - including 7 lakes. The terrain is a mix of heathland, woodlands, wetlands and marshes.
The paths here meander through a fine mix of woodland, meadow and waterside. The area is evidently a popular spot for local dog walkers, and we didn't see anyone without a dog!
This is a lovely place to mooch with the pooch in a nature reserve within a couple of miles of Junction 12 on the M6.
This is a delightfully rural canal side walk, even though the roar of the traffic on the M6 motorway is never far away.
The woodland here is perfect for dogs to really let off steam and thunder through the trees at speed.
A rural walk over the fields before returning to the village pub, where solicitors rub shoulders with shepherds - and dogs get a good welcome too.
There are a number of trails in this nature reserve west of Congleton, including an easy access trail.
A dog-welcoming country hotel and restaurant, just 4 miles away from the M6 Junction 17 and Sandbach.
This is a fabulous walking spot, with not just one good walk but several. No dog with any manners could possibly complain about a doggiestop here.
Genuinely nice and dog-friendly inn with plenty of history behind it. We thought the meals were great value, and definitely recommend their Fish Fridays. Easy to get to from the M6/20 and the A56 too
This is a park that has seen some history, and yet survived to be an incredibly quiet and peaceful dog walking venue.
This is a gem of a dog walk as well as an inspired piece of urban regeneration. The park is linear because it used to be a railway line serving Wigan and Glazebrook.
There's plenty of space here for a good long dog walk, either on the signed trails or just rambling around the 200 hectares of the park.
This is ideal dog walking country and there is plenty of space for doggy romping around the copses and grassland.
Three hundred acres of open countryside for dog walks, countryside displays and exhibitions, guided walks, craft fairs...there must be something for just about everyone at Beacon Country Park.
When walking on a Beacon it's clear that the walking won't be flat, and that good views are guaranteed.
This is a short walk that's a favourite with local dog walkers, who seem to be a happy and chatty bunch. You can get here from the M6 Junction 27 but there are no facilities.
Relaxing 150 acres of parkland that seems to please dog walkers of all ages.
Once part of a family estate, Worden's gardens were designed by Andrew Nesfield - of Alton Towers and Kew Gardens fame.
Lovely easy walk on gravelled paths around a very large country park. Lots of access to the River Lostock running through which the dog loved.
Cuerden Valley Park is hugely popular with dog walkers, and the bright-eyed, waggy tailed dogs Jem met made it clear that this is a piece of canine heaven.
Witton Park is a large recreation park with plenty of amenities, and is fortunate to have the Weaver's Way footpath starting in the park as well.
Very easy to follow circular dog walk on a Public Footpath around a reservoir, with fields and an old railway line too. The walks is a good one - and the pub is again dog-friendly.
Turner came here to paint, the Victorians flocked to admire the scenery. Your dog should be happy with a walk here!
The woodland is great for dogs, with no stiles and plenty to occupy the canine nose.
A Devil's Bridge, connections to Turner landscapes, and local and visiting dogs having a brilliant time in the water together. What a great place to take a break.
There's a definite northerly feel to the air up here, and even in summer this walk on Public Footpaths feels cool - if not chilly. Dog swimming is possible in the stream at the foot of the hill.
Sedbergh can get busy in summer, and either of the walk routes are ideal to give the dog some freedom before taking time out for yourself to explore the town.
This walk follows the course of a river, and ducks underneath the M6 to emerge at the site of an ancient motte and bailey fortress in the middle of the water.
'Withnail and I' fans will recognise this walk as the route to the cottage that was used in the film. Dogs will just adore the open space.
Even in mid-summer this dog walk route will take you and the pooch away from the crowds and into the refreshing calm of the banks of the River Eamont.
Picturesque castle ruins in the Eden Valley, just off the A66. Make sure you have your English Heritage card with you.
Fantastic walk along the river bank, with a lovely dog-friendly hotel bar to return to.
A fully rural circular walk here on Public Footpaths across fields, up and down dales, and highly enjoyable.
A stroll along Hadrian's Wall is a fitting location for the last dog walk on the M6 in England (or the first out of Scotland).