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An easy dog walk along the route of an old railway, which is ideal for dogs as there are no stiles along the way. No facilities, just a calm and tranquil country stroll.
A slightly odd mix of old lime kilns and a modern power station here. But dogs will adore the space at low tide and the parking is easy. It's really close to the A1 and easy to find.
Lovely big-hearted and dog-friendly pub just off the A46 north of Nottingham with loads of space for everyone.
This is a wonderful place for a walk. It is a nature lover's delight as much as a great place to take your dog for a walk.
A walk in the magnificent Sutherland wilderness with nothing but hills, bogs and small lochs as far as the eye can see. This is a place that your dog will really appreciate.
A walk in Britain's most northerly forest. It's a remote place to visit, but the river is very beautiful and there is a good chance of spotting some salmon leaping out of the water.
A quiet woodland with plenty of activities for everyone. There is a fine track for dogs to explore and some amazing views across Caithness.
A new and exciting place to walk the dogs. The scent of the wildflowers in summer are a delight for the most difficult to please canine snouts. A great place to enjoy the Caithness landscape.
A great spot for hot dogs to cool down and woodland to sniff around.
An idyllic and unspoiled beach where you really can get away from the crowds. It takes a while to walk there and there are no facilities. Expect sheep everywhere, and dogs should be on leads.
Large sandy beaches with lots of space for dogs to have a really good time. Bumpy single-track lane to get there, but then that's part of the fun!
Home to the MacLean clan, and a very imposing stronghold it still is. These days the gift shop is a popular visitor choice but centuries ago this must have been a scary sort of place.