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If you're after a peaceful walk, away from anywhere or anyone, then this is just the spot for a mooch with the pooch. Great view of the Forth Bridge over in the distance.
Nice bit of Holderness coastline, underpopulated, accessible from various points including "Mr Moo's" just south of Skipsea village.
Irvine beach is far away from the road so is the ideal place to let your dog off of the lead. Horses are often there plus lots of doggy walkers.
Forest path with a great view of Loch Etive from the hill.
Iconic hills where Sir Edward Elgar strode, and early Britons built their homes. There are many routes onto the hills and a number of P&D car parks.
This is doggy dashing paradise on a section of the Pennine Way long distance footpath. Despite the lack of facilities for drivers, for active dogs this really is as good as it gets.
A perfect family day out, with a genuine Ice Age experience and easy to follow walking paths.
Tucked away in a rural pocket of Warwickshire that's hemmed in by the motorway network, this is a no stiles, no sheep space for dogs and walkers. It's usually very quiet here.
On the early summer morning we visited this luscious park there was no one else around, and the birds were chorusing loudly in the woods.
Sand and pebble, dog friendly all year round with no tide restrictions.
Beautiful, traditional pub, on the outskirts of Sidmouth. Lovely carvery served lunchtimes and evenings every day. Dogs are allowed in the bar area. Plenty of room if you want to eat.
An extraordinary country park for a dog walk, created out of the husks of millstone grit quarries.