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This dog walk, to the west of Chesterfield, has no sheep, roads or stiles. It is partially accessible for wheelchair users on the hard surfaced, but not flat, path section.
A cheat of one of the iconic High Peak walks is exactly what you need for a short walk with the dog and a break from the driving.
A handy pitstop off the A515 with a small cafe, easy access walking route, and even bike hire with a dog cart option!
A pub with centuries of history and plenty of space for campers too. Dog-friendly and close to many great dog walks.
Reservoir walk on a well-defined path with no stiles and no chance of sheep. Lovely off-lead scampering for the dogs.
One mile south of the centre of Whaley Bridge on the west bank of the River Goyt, near Taxal. Off the A5004 Long Hill Road.
A welcoming Dog friendly environment situated five minutes drive from Matlock Bath in the heart of Derbyshire and at the end of High Peak trail walk and near Carsington waters.
Just outside Ashbourne you'll find the start of the Tissington Trail for stile-free walkies, and smaller dogs can even enjoy a ride in one of the bespoke dog-carts that fit on behind a bike.
Eyam is famous for its history as the 'Plague Village', and you'll find a museum explaining the backstory of nearly 300 deaths in the 17th century. This seems more relevant post-pandemic than ever.
Dog-friendly upmarket dining inn within a stroll of Chatsworth.
Friendly and refurbed dog-friendly canalside pub with a good local reputation for their food. Definitely worth a visit, and remember to phone ahead to reserve a dog table.
Interesting dog walk on a former railway line between New Mills and Hayfield. You can get lots more info about the railway in the Heritage Centre at New Mills.