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There are a number of trails in this nature reserve west of Congleton, including an easy access trail.
Remote forest walk where Red Kites wheel above and small furries scamper below.
An ideal scampering ground for dogs who've had the nearby on-lead Devil's Bridge trip (Jem isn't a fan!).
Much more than a motorway stop, this is a dog-walkers' delight and popular for a dog day out in the Bristol area.
There's a circular lakeside walk here, giving 40-50 minutes of comfortable walking well away from the more crowded cafe areas. If time permits, the haunted Hall is worth a look.
Centred around an Iron Age fortress, this historic location is just the place for dogs who enjoy walking in the hills and through woodland. The views across Somerset are well worth the effort.
A mix of activities here, with tasty home cooking on offer in a garden centre (with spotlessly clean loos) and then a truly rural footpath dog walk - best attempted before you succumb to the cakes!
Dogs can run freely in this small survivor of a former royal hunting forest, where the ancient oak trees are known as 'druids'.
Very easy to get to from the M42, and a nice dog-friendly pub - but the walk is almost non-existent. On the other hand, if you've been stuck in traffic this could well be a useful doggiestop.
This is ideal dog walking country and there is plenty of space for doggy romping around the copses and grassland.
Gravel beach with accessible footpath. Excellent for a fish and chips lunch while the dog enjoys a dip!
Shingle and rock beach, with a steep climb down the cliffs to get there. Dogs are allowed all year round. There's access to a coastal path too.
Large, popular beach with pebbles and some sand.
Dogs are OK on a designated part of the eastern side of the beach (by the cliffs).