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Malham boasts an explosion of walking trails long and short, and is both dog and human delight.
Grassington has long been the honeypot for tourism in this part of the Yorkshire Dales, and dog-friendly pubs, shops and tea-rooms abound. Best visited out of season!
A fantastic network of crisscrossing footpaths across fields and through a little wood (strewn with bluebells in spring!) Can walk anything from 30 minutes to 2 hours.
These old railway sidings have been transformed into an attractive park on the banks of the River Rhondda. It's a splendid area for walking and is very popular with local dog walkers.
A gloriously atmospheric and spooky wood, where for centuries sagas have been told around the fire of the dragons and wierd creatures who lived around the Caves of Weem.
Fabulous walking here, with routes of different lengths and difficulty to suit most walkers. If you're lucky enough to be staying nearby, there's probably no reason to go anywhere else.
Really nice sandy beach, and dogs are welcome at Kingsgate all year round.
A small beech wood on the edge of the South Downs, ideal for some mindful mooching with the pooch. There are hard surface tracks, so buggy and wheelchair friendly.
A great off lead walk for the dogs. Very quiet and loads of places to explore. Not too strenuous, plenty of pathways to follow. One very happy dog.
The Capital Ring footpath goes through this 100 hectare country park. It's not over-manicured and is popular with dog owners.
Fairly gentle uphill walk through lovely Snowdonia scenery to a lake well hidden from the road.
Sand and shingle beach in the middle of town.