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A classic British holiday destination of yesteryear and a great place for a dog walk.
Junction 19 Glanconwy Corner
If you and the dog need a break from the A55 / A470 this relaxing woodland with easy to follow paths is ideal.
The biggest park in the area, and full of extraordinary bits of London heritage - like a seat made out of some of the stones of the old London Bridge when it was demolished inthe early 1800s.
A great linear walk- taking in the highest Sand Dune in the UK! Around 4.5 miles of beautiful open Highland countryside and the most amazing views towards Skye & Rassay.
A lake belonging to the Canal Trust, so its main purpose is to top up the canal system. Leisure use is encouraged, and you'll find a sailing club, fishing, and lots of dog-walkers.
Just a short walk for potty breaks for the dogs and leg stretching for the humans. We usually go in May and there are lovely patches of bluebells.
As well as a top class picnic stop, there's access to either the water or a forest for walks. Great for dogs.
Dogs are OK on this part of the beach all year round, but check local signs for restrictions around Whitby. A small, sand and shingle beach.
Combination of woodland walk and hill-walk. Stunning views. Some higher sections steep in places. Well marked route.
Huge forest plantation, looked after by the Forestry Commission.
There's a legend surrounding 'The Rock' - a feature more or less in the centre and close to Beer's Bridge. Apparently St.
A country park since 1995, this former landfill site is now a dog walkers' delight.
Lovely urban park. Family friendly. Lots of lovely dogs.