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An astonishing gorge with clear paths and plantings that are a joy to explore. With over 600 acres this is one to keep coming back to. Fabulous for children, dogs and everyone.
There's something dramatic about taking the dog for a walk around a Roman fort close to Hadrian's Wall. You've got to wonder if there are any ancient doggie sniffs for the pooch to savour.
Woodland dog walks, an ancient glacial lake and lots of things for the family to enjoy makes this country park a good bet for a holiday visit or a quick doggie stop from the A69.
Lovely secluded woodland in an almost hidden valley close to the centre of Newcastle.
A great place for a dog walk, whether you're making a doggiestop on your journey or just looking for somewhere new to walk.
Easy-going walk on a multi-user path with no stiles or cows to worry about. There's a real ale pub near the car park
Doggy delights in the footsteps of the Roman Emperor Hadrian. Make sure you have your English Heritage card with you to avoid the parking charge.
A traditional and dog-friendly pub with an easy dog walk from the door. Ideal for a stop near Carlisle.
One of the very best bits of Hadrian's Wall with plenty of the wall to see, and the equally imposing sight of the Whin Sill pushing out from deep in the earth to the light.
Good place for a family and dog stop, and good value if you're an EH member. Otherwise it can be pricey for what it is.
Riverside dog-friendly pub within easy reach of the A69.
First up, this is a hugely popular town in tourist season and if there are no spaces in the car park then you're better off heading for one of the dog-friendly Roman towns or the Wall instead.