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An enormous sandy and dog-friendly beach that stretches for miles and miles to St Bees Head.
A Forestry Commission walk that isn't just serried ranks of pine trees! This one is in an arboretum with over 200 different kinds of trees, and masses of rhodedendron too.
A fine dog walk in the grounds of an 18th century house, long derelict but now undergoing a restoration programme.
Very easy to follow circular dog walk on a Public Footpath around a reservoir, with fields and an old railway line too. The walks is a good one - and the pub is again dog-friendly.
Easy dog walking on forest tracks, in pretty much the middle of nowhere.
A dead straight dog walking avenue, and not a lot else. It's a great place for all dogs, and easy for unsociable dogs to manage as they probably won't get much company.
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.
Ancient semi-natural woodland believed to be more than 400 years old. With many ancient trees, the wood has remained relatively unchanged for centuries and is home to a wide variety of wildlife.
The wild, remote area and a magnificent waterfall at the end of an easy to follow path makes this short walk an exhilarating experience. There may be sheep around, but otherwise it's ideal for dogs.
2 Square miles of forest, woodland and meadows 1 mile off the A66 at Long Newton.
Welcoming local pub. Good carvery on Sunday. Used by locals. Has a tea room too which is open during the day.
Ironbridge is a 'must see' industrial heritage town, but if you're visiting the area then don't miss the glorious walk at Bentham Hall.