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The largest park in Sheffield, Graves is a brilliant mix of open parkland, natural and semi-natural woodlands and meadows and great views out towards the edge of the Peak District
A generously sized country park, with wide open spaces and woodland coppice. Hard surface paths for wheelchair access.
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.
A welcoming Georgian inn where dogs are made comfortable in the bar. The village is not at all far from the A515 but it feels as if you've landed in a previous century here.
Reservoirs are a good dog walking choice, usually with no stiles or livestock and easy to navigate. This walk starts by the reservoir and then joins more scenic countryside beside a brook.
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.
This walk is an idyllic linear stroll through one of the most scenic of the White Peak dales, with dog-friendly pubs at either end of the walk! It's 4 miles each way, 8 in total which is a bit longer...
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.
Short but lovely walk, with a doggie swimming pool at the far end and a dog friendly pub/hotel to look forward to after the climb out of the dale at the end of the walk.
Good dog walking space in these reclaimed colliery sites with a wide variety of wildlife habitats.
An unhurried, neighbourly part of Derbyshire with footpath links to the Trans Pennine Trail for longer dog walks.