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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.
Pleasant dog walk place if you live locally, otherwise there's an unhelpful lack of facilities.
Dog-friendly Peak District pub with a short woodland dog walk from the door. Gluten-free meals and ales are a speciality here.
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.
A pub with centuries of history and plenty of space for campers too. Dog-friendly and close to many great dog walks.
This is one of our favourite dog walks, and no matter how many times we walk here there's always something new to see in these dales.
A 4-mile walk on footpaths and farm access lanes. This walk starts midway between Bakewell and Buxton and is a varied and quiet circular route with sheep possible in a couple of fields.
Look no further if it's a big, open dog walking space you're after. The aptly named 'Big Moor' stretches away for miles.
A glorious 2-mile there-and-back short walk beside a sparkling river. It's dogs delight for swimming, or just a paw-wash at the end to clean the dog off in muddy weather.
This 3 mile walk starts in a village near Bakewell with a marvellously dog friendly hotel/pub. There's plenty of easy walking and also industrial history to see along the way.
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.
One of those stunning Peak District dog walks with a scenic view at every turn.