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A museum may seem a strange place for a dog-walk, but this is no ordinary museum. Dogs on leads are very welcome here, and can be taken around the exhibits.
Spacious timbered inn overlooking Ullswater and with a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, even when it's busy.
A good starting point for all sorts of different kinds of dog walk - including one with beaches, another through the enormous woodlands here, and yet another goes up an iconic hill.
Dog walking heaven in the forest, with 5 trails to choose from as well as plenty of space to strike out on your own.
Between 1st May and 30th September dogs aren't allowed on the blue flag beaches but are allowed on these sections of beach: ...
These woods have been here since Anglo Saxon times and are a tranquil place to get away from it all. Dogs will love it.
Brilliant place for a decent length walk with the dogs, and usually not many people around. The route round the water is about 5 miles and goes mostly over tracks and moorland.
A great beach for dogs is the north gare at Seaton Carew. Dogs are allowed on the beach all year round. There is a car park but no facilities.
Thanks to June Gatenby for sharing this beach.
Forestry Commission woodland with lovely paths just north of the pretty Herefordshire town of Ledbury.
These old railway sidings have been transformed into an attractive park on the banks of the River Rhondda. It's a splendid area for walking and is very popular with local dog walkers.
Dogs will love the sniffing opportunities here - there seems to be plenty of interesting stuff for them - and it's great dog walking with no stiles or sheep to worry about.
A straightforward path, ideal for dogs and going all the way around Carsington Water. It's just over 7 1/2 miles for the complete circuit.