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An easy place to find from the main road, and after the dog has explored the park area you can walk into the town from here to see the Castle.
A quiet backwater by the canal, with a dog-friendly pub for refreshments.
A choice of car parks, some free the others P&D and a number of trails from wherever you stop. It's a popular weekend outing but there's plenty of space and enough walking to keep everyone happy.
A pub with a spectacular view from the terrace, and a beacon too. Locally popular for its food, and a fine dog walk from the door.
A light and airy, yet traditional village inn with rooms. Ideal for a dog-friendly stay away from the crowds.
If you want to get away from it all, this is the place to go. It looks like a film set from a dystopian future which is marvellous for a pensive sort of dog walk.
Functional dog walking spot with free parking and access, with big views over part of Windermere. This is a working forest so don't be surprised by gaps in the treeline after felling.
An easy walk down to a dog-friendly beach, with picnic spots and a river for swimming and paddling along the way. Popular in summer, and doggie delight all year round.
It took us ages to find this wood, mainly because of road closures and repairs.
A rather nice walk exploring a Victorian railway and then a canal towpath. The pup loved her walk here and it is an ideal easy-access walk.
A charming village, a bit feudal with the Hall on its doorstep. The hotel/pub is dog-friendly and when the Hall gardens are open the walk is a pleasant outing for dogs who enjoy walking on lead.
A gentle walk through woodland with far-reaching views between the trees. Generally kind to your shoes even in wet weather thanks to the sandstone paths.