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Varied walks along banks and in parkland on banks of River Clyde. Partly paved, partly boardwalk
Dog walking places in Ireland
The marked trail from the car park takes you and the dog along part of the long-distance Wicklow Way.
Carradale was once a popular tourist destination, served by the Clyde steamers and bustling in the summer. Since then the area has changed a lot with the planting of the vast Forestry plantations.
Local legends say that this valley was created by the Devil.
A short, and easy to follow there-and-back Forest walk with views over the sea and the Conwy Valley. There are no stiles on this walk.
Dogs are allowed on the beach here all year round, but must be on the lead from May 21st to September 30th, between 1000 and 1800.
Nice old English Pub. Pool, darts great range of ales and ciders
Shingly beach where dogs are allowed in restricted areas in season - see local signs to find out what the rules are this year.
There is just one path here, which runs along the side of the Labrador-ideal river, so the route is there-and-back. The path itself is exceptionally well maintained, and stays firm in wet weather.
Pebbles leading to flat sand...sand accessible at low tide only
A tiny slice of ancient woodland, a bit squeezed between Muswell Hill playing fields and St Pancras cemetery - but well worth a visit.
A popular quaffing spot for thirsty thespians, the relaxed atmosphere of this riverside pub is a joy for dogs on a jaunt to Stratford on Avon.