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Dog walking places in Ireland
Fairly short and often bracing walk with the dog above Dublin - on a fine day there are big views, and plenty to see.
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.
Quaint country park with a working show farm, and 300 acres of old countryside. It's hard to believe that the end of the runway at B'ham airport forms the edge of the park - until a plane takes off.
This is the newest of the country parks in this corner of Wales, and has been formed from three collieries and what was once the highest coal tip in Europe.
The Clifford Arms in Great Haywood is a traditional country pub offering a fine selection of cask-conditioned ales and guest beers together with a wide choice of freshly prepared meals and snacks.
Brilliant beach for dog walking. Lots of surfers, kites and watch out for Blokarts! Great place to enjoy the Atlantic coast
Woodland walks in a fantastic landscape.
Beach and coastal path walk to Bembridge Ledge and back. The path is signed and easy to follow (just keep the sea to your left!)
Gorgeous walking in the woodland grounds of Aros House. The house is no longer, but the grounds are looked after by Forest Enterprises and paths and facilities are well tended.
Babbs Mill park lies on the Cole Valley, and includes a lake (much loved by Canada geese) and a good space for a 30-40 minute dog walk.
This is a breathtaking place to visit, especially after rain when the river thunders over the Falls of Measach. The views from the suspension bridge are breathtaking, and the walking is good too.
A Forestry Commission walk that isn't just serried ranks of pine trees! This one is in an arboretum with over 200 different kinds of trees, and masses of rhodedendron too.