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Splendid moorland dog walk with panoramic views over to Kinder Scout and the Dark Peak. This is one of those bucket list walks, although here we're doing it the easy way. For the dogs, obviously.
Close to the A38 and worth the short detour for a nice dog-friendly welcome and good food.
Large village pub, with an awesome selection of ales. The pub was taken over by a specialist craft brewery in 2019 and hopefully they've kept the spirit of the Poet alive. Reviews welcome!
With a £5 parking fee you'll want to spend a good while at Chatsworth to get your money's worth. Especially as some areas, including the house are off-limites to dogs.
Easy walking through the meadows by the River Trent. This is a popular local dog walking place, and sociable dogs will love it here.
National Trust owned Calke Abbey is a great place to walk the dogs. Easy access and Wheelchair friendly walks.
Look no further if it's a big, open dog walking space you're after. The aptly named 'Big Moor' stretches away for miles.
One of our favourite places for kestrel spotting, and lots of space for dogs to charge around.
Sett Valley Trail / Pennine Way, 3.8 mile walk. Parts of this walk are steep, both upwards and down. In addition, the well trodden path has areas of shifting shingle with some deep gullies.
A large country park just outside Derby City, with over 200 acres of open space and a lake. The Hall that these grounds once surrounded is long gone, but the feeling of gentle parkland remains.
A welcoming Georgian inn where dogs are made comfortable in the bar. The village is not at all far from the A515 but it feels as if you've landed in a previous century here.
Easy-going dog walk with a charming riverside dog-friendly pub a few steps off your route. Just pawfect.