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The woods are much bigger than it seems, with dozens of criss-crossing paths creating a pleasant circular walk of around 35 minutes.
Junction 19 Alencon
A fabulous forest walk which is so quiet you can hear the sound of acorns dropping. Just gorgeous! Dogs are fine off-lead.
If you have to stop at the services, the northbound ones here have a really good off-lead dog walk that's well away from all the services hassle. Useful for caravans this one.
National Trust managed heath with marked trails for the dog walk. And a dog-friendly pub just a short hop away in the village for after your walk.
We love it when the name of a village pub matches their whole-hearted welcome of canine friends.
A very handy dog walk to know about if you're staying on the east side of Loch Lomond. Jem loved this one, and so did we - even in the rain.
This is part of the National Forest - and it's been regenerated from a former coal mining site so the trees have still got a bit of growing to do.
Junction 4 Dijon-Est
Sometimes you find a little place that is absolutely gorgeous, for no particular reason.
A riverside walk near pubs and cafes, as well as the famous view from the top.
Good combo of dog walk and welcoming dog-friendly pub. The bar has a haunted fireplace so after a scamper over the fields, your dog may get the chance to growl at some spooks.
Allow plenty of time for exciting walkies here. There are a number of well-signed dog walk routes, one with dog-swimming. Wheelchair users are well catered for, and facilities are excellent.
If your dog likes a forest to himself - head to this Forestry Commission space in the middle of nowhere. Acres of fresh air, trees and well made paths.
A secret bunker is here too.