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A blast of fresh air from the site of the beacon, and a fab view over the Chilterns. Wrap up warm!
Wheal Coates is one of the most photographed areas in Cornwall with iconic mining ruins and amazing views up & down the coast.
Fabulous family day out, with a good long dog walk as well as the famous battlefield.
As the name suggests, this walk is in woodland created from former railway sidings which carried coal from the Rainford Colliery.
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.
Country park, with lots of different scents and sniffing for dogs. The River Irwell runs through the park. It's interesting for people too - with industrial heritage to look at, and sculptures too.
Once part of the much larger Biddulph Grange Estate, there's now 73 acres of prime dog walking with woodland, a lake and big open spaces.
One of the most celebrated views in, and over, Yorkshire - definitely worth the uphill haul to get there on a clear day.
Golders Hill Park is a kind of add-on its better known Hampstead Heath. It was created into a park after WW2 on the site of a large house and garden that had previously occupied the space.
A sandy beach, dunes and the coastal path too makes Freshwater just pawfect for dogs.
North of Norwich, this is the city's largest open space and popular with dog-walkers. You'll find over 180 acres of heath and woodland to explore here.
Dog-friendly inn on the Isle of Skye - said to be the oldest establishment on the island.