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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.
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.
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.
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 generously sized country park, with wide open spaces and woodland coppice. Hard surface paths for wheelchair access.
An easy-going path on the trans-pennine trail where it feels as if you have the hills to yourself and the dog.
A pretty and welcoming dog-friendly cafe with a fabulous walk from the door in one direction, and a doggie swimming spot in the river in the other. Perfect family stop, and B&B accommodation too.
Very handy family stop close to the M1 between Nottingham and Sheffield. Make sure you have your English Heritage card with you to avoid the parking charge.
This could be the perfect place to experience some of the more accessible parts of the High Peak, with a warm and dog-loving pub to come back to.
A lovely place to walk the dogs and Children. Large open field and walks arround the parkland. Food is available inside the main house.
Top class dog walking in the developing forest, and easy to get to from both the A42 and the A511.
A really delightful small-scale estate and house with a Robert Adam landscape and building design.