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A good 'last chance' off-lead stop before getting into London, there are fantastic views over London from the top of the hill - and it really feels like countryside.
Junction 34 Ewloe Interchange
A popular dog walking spot - with great views too. You'd never know it used to be a landfill site! Hard-surfaced paths keep your feet clean, and make life easier for buggies/wheelchairs.
A bit of a leg stretcher out of the Darran Valley to the Beacon hill and around a bit.
This is a lovely place to visit with the dog. It's set in an early 18th century landscaped garden and there's plenty of lakes, cascades and a grotto to enjoy.
Country pub, right on the Grand Union canal towpath. Log fires in winter, and plenty of outside seating in summer.
A completely lovely 10 mile walk along a former railway line, starting at East Grinstead. There are seats and resting places along the full route.
Woodland walk on well-maintained paths through a community nature reserve. Lots of friendly dog owners to be found here.
Really lovely walk with incredible views over Surrey and Sussex. Really good paths with maps as you enter the fenced area. Free parking in a few small car parks. Open heathland as well as woodland.
Walks in either direction along the route of the former railway from Northampton to Market Harborough. The free car park is at the former Kelmarsh station.
Great for letting your dog run free along a long wide beach.
This is a great walk as it has a track through lovely woods and is suitable for mobility scooters.
A dog-friendly country pub that's full of character and open-hearted country banter. Fabulously friendly atmosphere and a proper pubby feel.