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There's a definite northerly feel to the air up here, and even in summer this walk on Public Footpaths feels cool - if not chilly. Dog swimming is possible in the stream at the foot of the hill.
Popular and busy waterside tourist centre and facilities. And easy to get away from the crowds with a dog walk in either direction and dog swimming too.
A dog walk in the footsteps of the Romans.
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.
Outstanding lakeside gardens with access to watersports on Windermere and a National Trust cafe and car park. On a sunny day what could be better than a cream tea in this tranquil setting?
A tiny town on the Furness peninsula that's surprisingly unknown, and well worth a visit.
A traditional and dog-friendly pub with an easy dog walk from the door. Ideal for a stop near Carlisle.
Brooding ruins surrounded by the remote and windswept Shap fell. Perfect for a moment of calm and mindfulness with the dog, and a complete change of pace from the M6.
A large, roomy waterside inn with access to watersports and activities on Windermere. It's a popular destination, well worth a visit and visiting dogs are given a huge fuss and made very welcome.
Wow - this is like an infinity pool for doggie swimmers, and what an amazing backdrop too. Any dog who enjoys his wild swimming will be thrilled with an outing here.
Woodland walkies in the forest is a great option for dogs to enjoy an off-lead ramble without fear of livestock or getting lost on footpaths.
Circular dog walk near a picturesque village.