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Remote nature reserve where you can walk for miles with just hawks and chirruping insects for company. And sheep if you're unlucky.
A dog walk from the start of what's now a leisure trail for walkers and cyclists.
Wonderful opportunity to admire one of the cutest (and dog-friendly) heritage railways in England, take a stroll with the dog on the Pennine Way, and stride out into the countryside.
More of a pitstop for hungry people than a full-on dog walk, and we reckon you can't have too many dog-friendly cafes to chose from.
You'll find plenty for dogs as well as kids (of all ages) in this really likeable country park. It's a happy mix of sporty activities for people and a lot of different paths to explore with the pooch.
The dog-friendly pub here is defended by Edward 1st who died of a ghastly tummy upset while trying to invade Scotland. As kingly demises go, it's not very glorious.
A fine place to stop where all the family will be happy and find something to do.
The joy of a walk along an old rail track is that you don't need to worry about directions, and the paths stay pretty clean in even the worst downpours.
A magnificent dog walk across the moorland. Expect near total solitude, and the chance to focus in on bird calls and an occasional rustling in the heather from nesting birds.
A former lead-mining village that's now become a heritage centre. Nearly all the buildings are plaqued for the old post-office, dairy, smithy and so on.
An enjoyable stroll with the dog along a former railway track that's now a bright and colourful wildlife corridor.
You'll find big open spaces here and it's a chance to experience the wild Pennine landscape of isolated farmhouses and drystone walls.