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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.
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 long uphill trek to the top of the hill will reward you with a huge view from the top (apart from the basalt quarry below) and a definite sense of achievement.
Small and perfectly formed country park with lots of grass for dogs and an excellent kids' playground. Back in the day it was an industrial wasteland, and you'd never guess that today.
A new country park in the making, set on the footprint of the old Monkton colliery. Already the footpaths are well laid out and nature is settling back and making the landscape live again.
A large and popular country park with huge appeal for dogs and children. We were charmed by the Room on a Broom walk, with some slighty scary witches along the way!
An interestingly post-feudal village, with the church, the pub and the big house neatly placed together. A good walk runs through the estate.
An outdoor cafe where dogs can sit with you, and a longer walk away from the National Trust property.
A towpath walk along the side of the Macclesfield canal. Ideal for an off-lead walk with nothing for a dog to chase.
A leafy picnic spot with the chance to explore the moors nearby with the dog.
A fine place to take a break from driving and discover some dog walking magic, with a fine dog-friendly pub as well.
An easy-going path on the trans-pennine trail where it feels as if you have the hills to yourself and the dog.