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A satisfying dog walk that's free from sheep and stiles. A definite advantage when the surrounding fells are home to thousands of sheep. So dogs can happily run off-lead and it's a safe space.
A fabulous, slightly adventurous, walk along the River Wear gorge. This tranquil area is covered in trees and has the occasional mountain stream crossing the path.
Very good dog walk on a leisure path that's shady and perfect for dogs. It was once a rail line serving local coal mines. It's just a minute away from the A19 and easy to find.
Peaceful walk with the dog along a former rail track, and one side of the path is fully accessible.
A hidden gem of a dog walk in the small market town of Wolsingham, in the Wear valley.
More of a pitstop for hungry people than a full-on dog walk, and we reckon you can't have too many dog-friendly cafes to chose from.
A fully accessible multi-user path is always good news for dogs as there are no stiles and sheep are unlikely.
A really easy to find dogs delight of a new wood with a circular path and a lovely sense of tranquillity. Close to a roundabout off the A617 and handy for Durham centre too.
A somewhat functional walk with the dog, but the pub at the start is friendly and welcoming and when the dog's gotta go ...
Riverside path along the Wear with country views, and spectacular views of the Castle and Cathedral. 1.5 miles one way.
Come here on a clear day to make the most of the totally stunning views over the fells. If you're looking for a feeling of space and nature, this will be perfect.
A dog walk from the start of what's now a leisure trail for walkers and cyclists.