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Walk around the lake, or head into the valley behind, or just take the dog for a paddle - there's plenty of choice here, and the paths are mostly manageable all year round - you'll need to scramble...
Wow - crisp air, big views and dogs' delight.
The inn here was once a drover's hostel and still has its original oak beams, open log fire and stone flagged floors, with one of only two original bull 'ook games in the Yorkshire Dales.
A quiet and tranquil space for dogs to romp and bound off-lead from the many paths which lead off the main Forestry Commission track.
Good fun stopping place between Selkirk and Moffat, especially after heavy rain when the waterfall is in full spate.
It's worth the clamber to the top for big views on a clear day.
Join the 124 mile Anglesey coastal path for a while - a definite cobweb remover! The best walking is in the direction of the lighthouse where there's a short circular route.
Very easy to reach dog walk off the A1 near St Neots. A series of lakes with well marked paths and an attractive mix of water and wildflowers. Lovely walking for people and dogs.
If you're looking for sheepfree walks in Wales, then the Forestry Commission can usually be relied on to provide one.
Perfect for dogs. Perfect for people too.
Walking in the most rugged coastline and spectacular scenery on the east coast. This is also a site of special scientific interest, famous for its bird colonies.
Fabulous park land, which can be reached from the M9 Junction 5 (Northbound) or Junction 6 (Southbound).
The circular lakeside walk is a delight, with dogs able to run freely.
Really handy if you and the dog are in need of a tasty snack and walkies on the A30. The inn also has dog-friendly B&B rooms and a Mutts Menu. And the walk is nice.
This is one of Wiltshire's most beautiful areas and former prime minister Anthony Eden spent his twilight years in Alvediston. The pub is massively dog-friendly and the walk will please Fido no end.