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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.
Grand Riez / Villefleur
We've included this to let you know that for an emergency pitstop this Aire is available. It's not great - but hey, in a desperate situation who cares?
Walk via Roman Antonine Wall to Banknock and back on the canal towpath
Village pub renowned for it's selection of real ales, ciders and whiskey. Curries are a pub speciality.
CAMRA Cheshire Pub of the Year 2017.
Friendly pub and quite handy for refreshments after a bracing stroll at Burton Dassett. Many locals would probably call their pub the heart of the village.
This walk lies along the towpath of the disused Grantham canal - now a haven for wildlife. And dogs.
This is our local woods, which we visit on a regular basis. This woods is commonly used by dog owners so expect to encounter other people on your journey.
Lying close to the flanks of Burgess Hill, this former commonland has grassland, woodland and a lake. It's a beautiful place to be, especially in Spring when the bluebells are in bloom.
A former railway sidings, now covered in a birch wood and popular with local dog-walkers
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.
Hardwick Hall near Sedgefield. Now a country hotel and grounds but used to be a stately home. Fantastic paved walks, flat and easy. Lakeside and woodland walk, follies and sculptures.
With over 900 acres of grounds, there is an fine choice of dog walking routes in this very active country park.