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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.
A cheat of one of the iconic High Peak walks is exactly what you need for a short walk with the dog and a break from the driving.
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 popular dog walk with swimming beach for dogs.
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!
You have the choice of two walks here, and both offer spectacular views of the Cheviots and Scotland, or across the top of Northumberland.
Once an industrialist's palace, the house has long since decayed and the glorious gardens are open to all to enjoy.
You'll find big open spaces here and it's a chance to experience the wild Pennine landscape of isolated farmhouses and drystone walls.
A former lead-mining village that's now become a heritage centre. Nearly all the buildings are plaqued for the old post-office, dairy, smithy and so on.
Very handy place to stop for refreshments, a bit of shopping in the farm shop and then a stroll with the dog across fields to the remains of a Roman fort. A good family stop.
Busy small market town on the edge of the moors and with a somewhat quaint feel and atmosphere.
Impossible to get a good photo of this imposing viewpoint on the moors when a cloud was theatening to swallow us up! But unbeatable for a breath of fresh air and a picnic, or just a stroll with the...