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Fun walk across the iconic bridge and into woodland. Unlike most walks in the area this one is completely hill-free!
Convenient place to stop for a short walk on clean paths, shopping, meals (inc breakfast) and to see something of this developed part of the town.
Junction 19 Glanconwy Corner
Dogs are welcome on the beach here, with one marked section that's 'on-lead' only. The rest is open for doggy fun time. The castle is worth an explore too - well ruined, but atmospheric.
Renaissance castle in an 'English' landscaped garden with a lake.
The biggest park in the area, and full of extraordinary bits of London heritage - like a seat made out of some of the stones of the old London Bridge when it was demolished inthe early 1800s.
Narrow bay forming a natural harbour.
Dogs are OK on this part of the beach all year round, but check local signs for restrictions around Whitby. A small, sand and shingle beach.
Rhosneigr is one of the best sandy beaches on Anglesey . The beach was beautiful, clean and calm. With plenty of room to relax and chill out.
A small park with a creek running along the edge of it. There is a rough field which is great for chase and fetch and then a nice clear creek to cool off in afterwards.
Miles of long sandy beach for our four legged friends to run free. Dogs NOT allowed on beach between May - October.
Malham is famous for walks to the Cove, Tarn and elsewhere and this short walk is suitable for wheelchairs, buggies and those who prefer to listen to the sounds of the brook and wind brushing through...
Easy, flat dog walking along a Lincolnshire waterway - and no stiles. The canal was built by the Romans, which does make you think.