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A fine dog walk in the grounds of an 18th century house, long derelict but now undergoing a restoration programme.
Great beach for dogs - no restrictions on access, and plenty of space for dogs to charge around.
This dog walk, to the west of Chesterfield, has no sheep, roads or stiles. It is partially accessible for wheelchair users on the hard surfaced, but not flat, path section.
Iconic symbol of Antrim's amazing coastline, the Giants Causeway is in the care of the National Trust.
Lovely walk through dense woodlands. Often lots of wildlife. The wood connects Alton, Fourmarks and Medstead and you can have anything from a short stroll to a good 2-3 hour walk.
Popular dog walking forest, with a view over to the White Horse cut into the chalk down. The best view is from the far end of the car park.
With a beach and extensive woodland surrounding it, this can be canine heaven.
A choice of walks here, one with full wheelchair access along the Viking Way.
Lovely riverside walk around edge of Public Park. Ideal if you want nice scenery but don't want to be too far from civilisation.
Dogs' delight of a forestry wood in the middle of nowhere. Once the dog is happy, there's a super dog-friendly pub in the next village!
One of the most celebrated views in, and over, Yorkshire - definitely worth the uphill haul to get there on a clear day.
There are numerous entrances to this amazing Forest so worth visiting the main Ashdown Forest website for alternatives.