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Fantastic place for a walk, and full of interest. The sculptures are amazing and the natural beauty of the gorge is a delight.
A rare chance to to walk on one of the few remaining Roman roads in Wales, with the added bonus of a stone circle and several sets of standing stones as well.
Picturesque bay with stunning cliffs.
Forestry Commission hill and woodland with several marked trails and easy walking for families.
Highly praised inn with a top class local reputation for their food, and a dog walk from the door.
Junction 19 Glanconwy Corner
There's space here to exercise your imagination as well as the dog - and it's free.
Forestry Commission forest with its very own UFO trail, created to celebrate UFO sightings in the 1980s. Plenty of other paths also available and this is a fabulous dog walking space.
Sandy cove on the south west coastal path, and no restrictions on dogs. There aren't any facilities on the beach, and it's a steepish path down to it.
Dogs are allowed on the beach before 0930 in summer season. Perfect for an early morning swim and then onto something more interesting!
Plenty to occupy dogs and walkers here, with an archaeology trail that heads for 2000 year old Pictish hut circles. Wow! Lovely loch too. You'll need proper walking boots for this one.
Popular and well looked after park to the west of Redditch. Local dogs seem to have a great time here, and the two kids' play areas look clean and creative.
This is part of the Newry Canal Way, an 18 mile stretch of towpath along a disused canal starting at Portadown and ending up at the sea in Newry.