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Country park near Leicester, with woodland trails and a windmill. It's based around a traditional farm that was bequeathed to the council to use as a sort of outdoor heritage museum
Good dog walking country between Stokenchurch and Lewknor, with a number of woodland paths to vary the route if this becomes a regular walk place. It is hilly, but there are sitting spots.
Forest trail in the Snowdonia national park, with plenty for non-walkers to see and do in the village.
Remote, stile-free walking in a relatively little visited corner of the Snowdonia national park.
Nothing here, except a car park and the beach. Perfect. The photos here were taken on a baking hot Tuesday in summer and still the beach was completely deserted - wow!!
Sandy dog-friendly beach at the end of the Llyn peninsula. Some restrictions on dogs in the summer, leaving plenty of space away from the beach areas nearest to the car park.
A fabulous, slightly adventurous, walk along the River Wear gorge. This tranquil area is covered in trees and has the occasional mountain stream crossing the path.
Junction 27 Chatellerault-Sud
With a picnic, some sunshine and an active imagination this is a great place to visit.
Miles and miles of golden sand on the beach, and not a dog restriction in sight! The pics here were taken on a Saturday in July when the tide happened to be out. Unbelievable.
Village pub with a fabulous walk from the door. Really handy for a dogstop off the A34 (which seems to be one of most competitive A-roads in the country!) and with some great menu choices.
It's almost impossible to miss the advertising for Elveden on every major road nearby.
Easy to reach from the A66, this castle ruin is a good doggiestop and fun for kids too. Free entry and plenty of fresh air.