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Doggy-tastic walking country, with swimming and lots of space for dogs to get their ears a-flappin'. No chance of sheep, so this is quite a popular spot for dog walkers.
A glorious dog walk along the river when the sun is shining, and any non-walkers will find lots to see in the town.
This is simply fantastic and a beautifully scenic place to visit in the heart of Wales. It's all hills, woods and lakes here and amazing for walking.
Garwnant has over 400 acres of pristine forest, hills and waterfalls to explore. The forest is beautiful, peaceful and tranquil.
Easy dog walking on forest tracks, in pretty much the middle of nowhere.
A well-known headland jutting out into the sea which offers big views over Anglesey to Liverpool Bay. Lots of signed walks and grassy paths to for dogs and people to follow in this peaceful place.
The doggy section of the beach is towards the 'nose' of the bay (Penrhyn Hill), and marked. Note that there is a complete dog ban on the West beach in Llandudno.
A rare chance to to walk on one of the few remaining Roman roads in Wales, with the added bonus of a stone circle and several sets of standing stones as well.
Lovely walk plenty of water to play and drink for dogs. Plenty of off lead walking and some on lead.
A short, and easy to follow there-and-back Forest walk with views over the sea and the Conwy Valley. There are no stiles on this walk.
A massive forest area that was once the domain of an 11th century Welsh princeling.
Dolgellau is the starting point of a doggy delightful trail - which rather conveniently leads off from the centre of the town.