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A big windy beach that's popular with surfers as well as families. The waves roll in from the Atlantic and can be spectacular.
A remote forest in the Borders where you can really experience the fabulous solitude of these massive forests. Dogs can sniff to their hearts' content and ours ran in big circles of canine happiness!
A remote and quiet woodland dog walk that's ideal for dogs who like their own space. Don't expect to meet any other walkers here.
An easy-going dog walk on forest tracks in the Carradale Forest.
A very out of the way forest walk that's ideal for dogs who like their space. Not easy to find so the GPS is your friend for this one.
Stony beach with direct access from the car park. Dogs allowed all year round.
Many dogs find themselves waiting for a ferry to Orkney, along with people taking selfies of themselves at the end of the road.
This is a dog walk that kids of all ages will enjoy too. Even in the rain the skeleton of a castle will get the imagination going.
A fortified residence dating way back to medieval times, and much extended and improved by successive owners over the years. Dogs are welcome in the grounds only.
A once grand castle, now a peaceful ruin with some exquisite heraldic fireplaces and much more. It feels like the building is resting, not abandoned.
There's plenty to explore here for dogs and also kids and the curious. The castle is the draw for many, but we enjoyed the trails and waterfalls which form the valley.
A National Trust hall and extensive grounds.