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Simply stunning views of Loch Awe - the longest of the Scottish lakes, and endless dog walking possibilities.
There are marked trails through this gorgeous country park, which attracts many dog walkers all year round. Plenty of space for zooming and socialising.
Dog friendly beach.
Local shops nearby.
An amazing piece of ancient forest that has somehow survived centuries of tree felling, housing development and road building. Popular with local dog walkers, but far from over-crowded.
Iconic symbol of Antrim's amazing coastline, the Giants Causeway is in the care of the National Trust.
If your legs are in need of a good uphill stretch, this is the walk for you. The views from the top on a clear day make it all worthwhile, especially over the Lynn of Lorn to Mull.
Hill top and seaside walk with stunning views across the Bristol Channel to Wales and around Weston Bay. Dog friendly Grannys Tea Gardens is on route
Dog friendly beach with no restrictions. Hightown is between Formby and Crosby, and you can get there by train (Hightown Station) or by car from the A565.
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.
An interesting beach overlooked by the power station but brilliant for dogs with shingle and sand dunes.
Thanks to Penny Lindop for this walk.
Miles of sandy beach.
Dogs are allowed on the beach all year round. It's a large, quiet sandy beach with red and white chalk cliffs.