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You get a lot of pubs claiming to be all things to all comers, and this marvellous and dog-friendly pub knocks spots off the competition and actually is the hub of the village.
Dogs are welcome at his village freehouse with some rather good local beer, and a walk on an unscary part of the Pennine Way.
If you're looking for an iconic view of the North Yorks moors and an easy to follow dog walk, this is it. Be sure to come only on a clear day to get the best of the panorama.
A warm and dog-welcoming country inn with a blazing fire in cold weather, and a real haven from a biting Yorkshire wind.
A wonderful opportunity for both you and the dog to enjoy some floral scents, walk in the attractive gardens and relax with a cup of tea and cake afterwards.
A dead straight dog walking avenue, and not a lot else. It's a great place for all dogs, and easy for unsociable dogs to manage as they probably won't get much company.
An easy stroll around Malham Tarn - ideal for a laid back start to the day. Worth taking an extra layer as it can get nippy even on bright days.
There are shops, dog-friendly pubs and cafes here, and it's a good stopping point on the A65 with much easier parking and access to the walks than Skipton, which is just 4 miles away.
The trail around the waterfalls has been popular since the 19th century - and it's an exhilarating experience.
What's not to like about an 18th century dog-friendly inn with a pile of freshly laundered dog towels in the hall for muddy dogs? And the walk here is almost guaranteed to end up with a soggie doggie.
Malham is famous for walks to the Cove, Tarn and elsewhere and this short walk is suitable for wheelchairs, buggies and those who prefer to listen to the sounds of the brook and wind brushing through...
Absolutely the best view in town, and a definite 'must-see'.