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Reservoirs are a good dog walking choice, usually with no stiles or livestock and easy to navigate. This walk starts by the reservoir and then joins more scenic countryside beside a brook.
Remote Forestry woodland that's the perfect dog walking spot for nervous or not very sociable dogs.
On the map this appears to be a quiet, even insignificant village. Once you're there it does punch above its weight in history and heritage.
Small, quiet village with a good dog walk in summer and a traditional dog-friendly pub. Close to Harlow.
This small resort tends to come to life only during sunny summer weekends, and at other times you're likely to share this glorious sandy beach with other dog walkers.
Junction 17 A645 - Montrjeau
This arboretum is a real celebration of trees, and was one of first to be established in the region - nearly 100 years ago.
Far away from the bustle of Gt Yarmouth at its seaside-y best, dogs can relax and enjoy a lovely walk on the north end of this massive beach.
Enormous lake, with loads of parking and a sailing centre nearby.
A gentle stroll that's usually very quiet, and perfect for a doggie stop. Nearby you've got the imposing outline of Great Whernside, but here it's an altogether softer side of the moors.
Absolutely in the middle of nowhere and just the place to go for silence and quality dog time. If you live nearby there are any number of paths to explore here.
A relaxing stroll around a reservoir. Most dogs will be safe off lead when you're away from the car park and roads.
An easy walk by a reservoir and with very direct parking from the A616