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If you want to get away from it all, this is the place to go. It looks like a film set from a dystopian future which is marvellous for a pensive sort of dog walk.
A brace of dog-friendly inns with micro-brewery and a stunning location. Just gorgeous.
An on-lead walk with the dog in a very unusual nature reserve. Fully accessible paths and mobility bike centre for hiring modified bikes and kids' bikes too.
A tiny town on the Furness peninsula that's surprisingly unknown, and well worth a visit.
The country lane to the car park is narrow, twisty and hilly. It does enable access to the tarn for all and joins up with the path from the nearby NT campsite.
Easy to spot dog-friendly inn on the Bowness Road, and less than 10 miles from the M6 although it feels longer than that.
Worth a short diversion from the A65 for some stylish eating and a walk for the dog in the very pretty valley.
One of the quieter lakes with space for dogs to have a paddle on their walkies by the water, join you for some SUP fun or take a ride across the lake in one of the dog-friendly boats.
A Devil's Bridge, connections to Turner landscapes, and local and visiting dogs having a brilliant time in the water together. What a great place to take a break.
Classic Lake District dog walking country, and this is an area with an abundance of small waterfalls and chattering streams to enjoy, plus the dog-friendly pub of course!
The pub's a traditional 17th century coaching inn, steeped in history and very dog-friendly. Not too far from the M6.
Easy roadside parking close to the water and the chance for a longer dog walk if you want. Really lovely walking spot and rarely crowded. Also a popular wild swimming place.