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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.
Junction 3 Chellaston Interchange
Calming waterside atmosphere that's particularly good for dogs plus small kids. It's on-lead only for canines, but still a handy place to know about. Not far from the A50.
Traditional stone pub with 4 centuries of pint-pulling behind it. The road used to have a toll booth opposite, in the days of turnpikes.
A characterful rural and dog-friendly inn that once refreshed packhorse drovers as they freighted local produce through the dales. Look out for the restored pump and horse troughs opposite the pub.
Easy to find dog-friendly pub, right by the Tourist Info Office in Bakewell. On busy days and weekend lunch times in summer it can get full so it's worth getting in early.
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.
If you're looking for a picture perfect traditional village, this is it. The dog-friendly pub sits on the village green, opposite the Manor house, next to the church and duck pond.
A glorious 4 mile walk alongside the River Dove. Unlike the popular Dove Dale a bit further upstream, here you'll have the dale to yourself and every opportunity for a top class mooch with the pooch.
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.
An easy access dog walk through a deep and protected dale with a pretty stream flowing beside the path. Lovely for dogs and also good for younger children.
Flat but interesting dog walk on the waterways' equivalent of spaghetti junction.
Easy access dog walk in a quiet and peaceful part of the Peak District. It's a wonderful place to hear curlews and see some super-sized moorland insects (nice ones).