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If you're just off or onto a ferry boat this part of the Ardmore Forest makes a useful stopping point to let the dog put his nose up for a good sniff and scamper.
This is a quieter and tranquil part of the forest and is designated as a nature reserve. Dogs are welcome but should not be chasing wildlife, especially the red squirrels.
Ancient semi-natural woodland believed to be more than 400 years old. With many ancient trees, the wood has remained relatively unchanged for centuries and is home to a wide variety of wildlife.
Quiet woodland that's ideal for a dog walk. Can be muddy in wet weather, making it dogs' delight!
Friendly and welcoming no-frills dog-friendly pub, with the kind of meals you really want after a good walk! Genuine pubby atmosphere.
Popular with dog walkers, this park has plenty of varied paths and links in with a couple of long distance paths too. Lots of space and easy to find.
Suburban park with easy access routes throughout. Once farmland, and then neglected wasteland Minet has been massively improved, and is now a welcome open space in the area.
A gentle canalside stroll along a popular stretch of the waterway.
England's shortest, widest and deepest canal! Well behaved dogs can be let off-lead on the tarmac tow path.
Ladye Bay is a very pretty small beach surrounded by cliffs. To get down to the beach you park on the road at the top of the cliff.
Several walk trails start in the car park and are a great start to exploring the enormous forests of Moray and Aberdeenshire.
A basic but very friendly pub with good food and 2 resident dogs. Next to the harbour and the beach so great for walks.