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First up, this is a hugely popular town in tourist season and if there are no spaces in the car park then you're better off heading for one of the dog-friendly Roman towns or the Wall instead.
Avoid this one in peak tourist season, but definitely try for a stop here at quieter times of the year. The town has plenty of dog-friendly shops and a surprisingly large park just behind the centre.
An astonishing gorge with clear paths and plantings that are a joy to explore. With over 600 acres this is one to keep coming back to. Fabulous for children, dogs and everyone.
A camping site with access to dog walks through the Bellister Estate and also swimming in the Tyne. One of the best dog walks at a campsite we've found. You can also park nearby for just the walks.
Easy-going walk on a multi-user path with no stiles or cows to worry about. There's a real ale pub near the car park
Good place for a family and dog stop, and good value if you're an EH member. Otherwise it can be pricey for what it is.
An enjoyable stroll with the dog along a former railway track that's now a bright and colourful wildlife corridor.
A dog-friendly country inn with plenty of parking and not so far from the Pennine Journey path.
We stumbled on this fascinating slice of recent history by chance, and discovered a small centre with a cafe, vet practice and dog walk more or less in the middle of nowhere.
A remote forest walk where you can join one of the long-distance paths or take a clear route across the moor.
This is a grand old dog-friendly pub in the cobbled market square of a large village with bags of history and some really quirky traditions.
Wonderful opportunity to admire one of the cutest (and dog-friendly) heritage railways in England, take a stroll with the dog on the Pennine Way, and stride out into the countryside.