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A walk through history where people have lived for thousands of years, and an amazing play space for dogs to run free on soft grass and enjoy the woodland sniffing.
A quiet and leafy picnic area with several picnic tables and a pleasant area to take a break. There's a signed walk too.
A choice of walks here which reflect the area's industrial past. It's a popular place for walking the dogs and the occasional tourist info boards are interesting.
This has to be the 'best view from a beer garden' in the county. Totally stunning on a clear day, and worth the winding lanes to get here.
A dog-friendly attraction with plenty to interest all the family as well the dog.
A riverside path with access to the river for doggie swimming and an easy no-fuss walk just off the A66.
Tranquil ruins where dogs are welcome and shaded seats are a welcome sight on a hot day. Best of all is the Bark and Brew dog cafe next door!
Pawfect picnic spot with a choice of secluded picnic tables, benches and a wonderful dog walk and splash in the river.
A chance to walk in the footsteps of the reivers and farmers of yesterday, and get a feel for the tough life they experienced.
Excellent dog walking spot with no sheep, which is such a blessing on the moors.
Two options for dog walks here, and it's a really quiet and peaceful space. You're highly unlikely to see anyone else.
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.