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Byland Abbey is the focal point of this walk - a dignified ruin of one of the largest Cistercian monastery complexes in Yorkshire.
A lovely stroll along the banks of the River Trent.
There’s 360 acres of parkland to explore here, and a marked trail through the woodland that goes past some of the historical natural and manmade features of the park.
West Sands is fine for dogs all year round. Some restrictions on the beach close to the town.
A wonderful huge white dog-friendly beach. The Uig Chessmen were found in the nearby sandbanks.
Another doggy-tastic big sandy beach in Northumberland with no restrictions on dogs, and plenty of poo bins are in place.
Good sized park, and home of the brilliant named Woofstock dog show. A popular dog walking park.
A quiet corner of Sherwood Forest that is well worth exploring.
Moses Country Park is a much bigger space than it seems at first, and there is plenty of choice of dog-walking routes. The park is midway between Junction 2 and 3.
Nice bit of Holderness coastline, underpopulated, accessible from various points including "Mr Moo's" just south of Skipsea village.
Pleasant urban parkland close to Epsom - nothing special, but may be handy to know about!
Tarbert is likely to be your first stop on the Kintyre Peninsula if you cross by ferry, and a walk to the castle brooding over the harbour is an obvious and lovely way to get a feel for the place.