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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).
Easy dog walking on forest tracks, in pretty much the middle of nowhere.
Nice long flat beach, good water quality, but busy in summer.
A woodland walk, approximately half mile long, just off A82 in village of Drumnadrochit on the shores of Loch Ness.
This former haven of highwaymen and smugglers is now a popular destination for local dog walkers. It's a mix of woodland and heathland with an extensive system of bridleways and small paths.
A lovely place to walk the dogs and Children. Large open field and walks arround the parkland. Food is available inside the main house.
A really lovely dog walking place, with plenty of space to ramble for hours. A couple of trails are marked out to get you started, and there's plenty to explore here.
A 300 acre combination of woodland and steep grassy hill on the Eastern fringes of Oxford.
The River Ffyddion rises 4.5 miles to the east of here and is joined a mile away at Marian Mills by water from a spring called Ffynnon Asa.
Enormous sandy beach with no dog restrictions. You just can't believe the space and freedom here. These pics were taken in July and the other dog walker was out of range.
Ironbridge is a 'must see' industrial heritage town, but if you're visiting the area then don't miss the glorious walk at Bentham Hall.
Welcoming local pub. Good carvery on Sunday. Used by locals. Has a tea room too which is open during the day.