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A short walk with the dog around one of the most easily recognised castles in the world, helped by it's appearance as the castle and village of Glenfinnan in Highlander.
A short walk by the side of a little visited reservoir up in the Pennines. It's also a quiet spot for off-grid motorhome stops.
An interesting and unusual walking spot with the chance to walk to the site of an ancient fort, or to simply stroll and enjoy the outstanding Shropshire countryside.
Farm cafe, dogs allowed outside. Heated patio. Nice walks from the cafe around the Benningborough Hall Estate
Popular with families, dog walkers and horse riders the trail here is part of a much longer route on a former railway track.
If you're in need of space and headroom this walk is perfect. Absolutely in the middle of nowhere, on the Pennine Way and a total joy for loners and grumpies.
Two options for dog walks here, and it's a really quiet and peaceful space. You're highly unlikely to see anyone else.
An easy dog walk on a former railway with unexpectedly big views over the surrounding countryside.
If you're looking for an iconic view of the North Yorks moors and an easy to follow dog walk, this is it. Be sure to come only on a clear day to get the best of the panorama.
An enchanting woodland nature reserve with magical grottos and perfect leafy cool. Nowhere better for hot dogs and children on a hot summer day.
Another tranquil walk with the dog in a section of the Bardney Limewood project, and also the chance to walk along a footpath through fields.
An outstanding, blow your socks off historic watermill on the banks of the Great Ouse.