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Beautiful dog walk around Lough Lannagh in Castlebar. Not particularly long but close to the centre.
A lovely walk up and over one of the few hills in the Cambridge area. The walk gives stunning views over Cambridge and the surrounding area.
Lovely walk along the River Isere on the 15km cycle path between Bourg Saint Maurice and Aime in the Tarentaise valley. In summer, stop off at one of the riverside cafes along the way.
A park that's also near the canal, so if your dog needs a longer run there's a lot more walking on the towpath.
Interesting park for a dog walk, created from regenerated land - it used to be an explosives factory I think.
Completely stunning formal gardens, created in 2003.
If you're a keen gardener this is well worth a look. Particularly for the rose collection.
Junction 19 Glanconwy Corner
Colwyn Bay has two areas where dogs are allowed - these are clearly marked on the beach. Dogs have to be on leads whilst approaching the beach on the promenade.
This short walk is scented with a variety of odours to delight doggy noses. The reed beds have a practical purpose, and also won the Coal Board some awards.
An ideal route for a long dog walk if you don't want to cope with map-reading. The path is flat and follows the completely straight line of the re-routed River Ancholme.
Beautiful long sandy dog-friendly beach. Regularly lots of surfers and kites but generally only in the first couple of hundred metres. Keep walking out to Ther Rock and enjoy the amazing scenery.
Our local park - it's at its best early in the morning and feels like the countryside.
There are no restrictions for dogs on either of these beaches (all year round). Chapel 6 marshes is situated on the coast road just before Anderby Creek (Lincs) and Mogs Eye just after Anderby.