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Remote, and plentiful walking above the very quiet Loch Awe.
A dog walk with fresh air at the seaside. This small village is a perfect place to head off along the coast and has easy access to beaches which are popular with local dog walkers.
Robin Hood might lift an eyebrow or two at this largely coniferous plantation being called 'Sherwood Forest' - but the dog certainly won't mind.
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.
The heath was once a place where travellers needed their dogs for protection against ruthless highwaymen like Dick Turpin.
Large village pub, with an awesome selection of ales.
Comments by Rosebarry, November 2011: "Proper pub with friendly locals and decent food. Not posh but comfortable and real.
A former colliery site which has been transformed into an attractive woodland and dog walk. There's a fine network of paths with great views from the top of the hill.
An unhurried, neighbourly part of Derbyshire with footpath links to the Trans Pennine Trail for longer dog walks.
Great combination here of sand, coastal vegetation and access to the enormous Forest as well - handy when it's raining.
Woodland walk on Forestry Commission land.
One more of Northamptonshire's immaculately planned and maintained country parks.
If solitude and seclusion is what you and the dog need, then this woodland has it in abundance - on a busy Bank Holiday we didn't see or hear a soul.