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This is one of the many 'new' woodlands created on the sites left by the mines that once dotted the Nottinghamshire landscape.
Flat but interesting dog walk on the waterways' equivalent of spaghetti junction.
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.
Bowlee Park, between Oldham and Bury, is much bigger than you might think at first, and there is good dog walking to be had here.
Popular with walkers,and close to some lovely dog walks.
There are marked trails through this gorgeous country park, which attracts many dog walkers all year round. Plenty of space for zooming and socialising.
Dogs are allowed on the beach all year round. It's a large, quiet sandy beach with red and white chalk cliffs.
There are well signed paths leading out from both the car parks here, and plenty of space for dogs to stretch their legs and enjoy some excellent romping space.
This enclosed woodland is dogs' delight for local pooches, as it seems to be completely secure and fenced - ideal for lurchers and sight-hounds.
Saltaire is now a World Heritage site, with dark Victorian mills now cleaned up and looking amazing.
Lovely quiet beach. Runs from the blue bridge in Rhyl all the way up to Colwyn Bay. A mixture of sand, pebbles and shingle.
Popular dog walking forest, with a view over to the White Horse cut into the chalk down. The best view is from the far end of the car park.