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An easy-going 3.5 mile circular dog walk which ends in the splendidly feudal village of Tissington. Tissington is famous for its well-dressing, which takes place in late spring each year.
It would be impossible to guess that Tibshelf Services has immediate access to over 9 miles of countryside walking on the Five Pits Trail.
One of those stunning Peak District dog walks with a scenic view at every turn.
Monsal Head is one of iconic beauty spots of the White Peak - and Fido will get a good welcome from the cafe at the viewpoint overlooking the dale.
A generously sized country park, with wide open spaces and woodland coppice. Hard surface paths for wheelchair access.
National Trust managed estate woodlands with extensive walk routes of differing lengths. Be aware there are dog restrictions near the cafe and where birds may be nesting.
A really delightful small-scale estate and house with a Robert Adam landscape and building design.
This could be the perfect place to experience some of the more accessible parts of the High Peak, with a warm and dog-loving pub to come back to.
If solitude and seclusion is what you and the dog need, then this woodland has it in abundance - on a busy Bank Holiday we didn't see or hear a soul.
Dogs love this country park on the outskirts of Buxton. It's a handy place for local dog-walkers, as well as being a safe and easy walking option if you're staying in the area.
A short dog walk in a village that seems really quiet. In earlier days working mines would have shattered the peace.
The Tissington Trail runs for 13 miles between Ashbourne and Parsley Hay, and was once a railway line. Now it's popular with dog walkers, cyclists and horse riders.