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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.
Dogs are welcome on all of the beach in winter, and there are designated dog areas between May 1st and September 30th. These are signed and easy to find.
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.
The Tissington Trail runs for 13 miles between Ashbourne and Parsley Hay, and was once a railway line. Now it's popular with dog walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
This is a pebble beach with sand and silt when the tide it out. The path out to it is on a green ridge
A tree filled 70 acre park at the beginning of the A1. Once inside the trees, there's almost no trace of the surrounding traffic and there are plenty of tweeting birds instead.
Roker beach is a beautiful beach! It's a great walk out rain or shine! My ESS loves the beach, she loves running on the sand and jumping through the sea! Great fun for all of the family too.
Lovely quiet beach. Runs from the blue bridge in Rhyl all the way up to Colwyn Bay. A mixture of sand, pebbles and shingle.
One of the most celebrated views in, and over, Yorkshire - definitely worth the uphill haul to get there on a clear day.
An area of SSI, chalk downland known for its Bee Orchids. Minutes from the A27 Brighton/Lewes. Public Car Parking available. Well worth the visit, very dog friendly, stunning views.
Remote, and plentiful walking above the very quiet Loch Awe.
Loggerheads has been a popular visitor destination since Victorian times, when the original tea rooms were created.