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Garwnant has over 400 acres of pristine forest, hills and waterfalls to explore. The forest is beautiful, peaceful and tranquil.
Part of a bird sanctuary called Barons Haugh. There is a Japanese garden and it also has the oldest living thing in Lanarkshire - the Covenanters Oak, which is 800 years old.
Shingle beach with the coastal path nearby for longer dog walks. This is a long pebbly beach close to Porlock Weir.
Sanders Park is a lovely green space within Bromsgrove town. It's a real old-school municipal park, complete with bandstand, ducks and well-tended rose beds.
Very popular with local dog owners, this nature reserve seems to enjoy its own micro-climate. The paths are sandy and easy-going all year round (even in heavy rain when we took the photos).
This is a wonderful place on the banks of the Dee estuary, with beautiful scenery and fine views across to Wales. This is a beautiful and relaxing place to visit.
A short, easy access riverside dog walk on an old railway line with no stiles.
This is doggy dashing paradise on a section of the Pennine Way long distance footpath. Despite the lack of facilities for drivers, for active dogs this really is as good as it gets.
Great spot for a country walk right in the midst of the city. Lake, woodland trails and everything a dog might want.
Laxton is reputed to be the only village left in England that still maintains the 'rotating' medieval field system.
English pub run with Turkish service and hospitality. The outside of the pub looks quite severe from the road. But once you're inside it's bright, airy and very welcoming.
A wonderful place to visit at any time of year, and perfect for dog-walkers. This is a lovely expanse of greenery with loads of meadows, lakes and trees to sniff around.