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Malvaux / Faverosse
This 'aire de repose' on the westbound side of the A31 is one of the best rest-stops for dogs and people, on a section of motorway that is otherwise pretty unenticing.
If you're just off or onto a ferry boat this part of the Ardmore Forest makes a useful stopping point to let the dog put his nose up for a good sniff and scamper.
Remote but impressive sandy beach where dogs are allowed all year round.
One of the glories of this dog walk on the Trans-Penine Trail is that there are no hills, or even slopes, and the path stays firm and shoe-friendly in wet weather.
A small dog-friendly beach overlooked by the brooding ruins of Manorbier Castle.
Dog-friendly peak district pub, with lots of outdoor space.
A linear walk starting in a nature reserve at the end of the famous Wenlock Edge.
This was the last canal to be built in Britain except for the Manchester Ship Canal. Originally it was used to transport bricks from the various Slough brickworks.
A dog walk here to please everyone, within easy reach of the centre of Leicester.
5km easy walk along section of canal towpath & return via same route. This walk is also convenient for junctions 6 and 7 of the M80.
A lovely secluded cove, where smugglers used to bring their contraband ashore by night. The village is very quaint - thatched cottages and postcard-ideal scenes galore.
Scenic spot for a picnic and dog walk through the forest, and on the shore of Loch Kyle.