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A bustling and traditional Teesdale town with dog-friendly cafe and pubs, and small independent shops. It feels a bit like a film set, but this small town is delightfully real and well worth a visit.
These waterfalls are a well-advertised and pretty slick tourist attraction.
Hardwick Hall near Sedgefield. Now a country hotel and grounds but used to be a stately home. Fantastic paved walks, flat and easy. Lakeside and woodland walk, follies and sculptures.
A secret dog walk just 2 seconds away from the busy A688 and perfect for a safe off-lead walk without any travel time to get to the car park. Intrigued? Read on.
You'll find big open spaces here and it's a chance to experience the wild Pennine landscape of isolated farmhouses and drystone walls.
A fully accessible multi-user path is always good news for dogs as there are no stiles and sheep are unlikely.
Not the place for a quick pitstop with the dog, but ideal for a longer visit. This is an activity forest, so the parking charges are more than you might expect.
A much-loved nature reserve where volunteers and supporters create a joyful and positive space to enjoy nature. Dogs on leads are welcome, and the little cafe is a hive of happy chat and enthusiasm.
The joy of a walk along an old rail track is that you don't need to worry about directions, and the paths stay pretty clean in even the worst downpours.
An easy dog walk on a former railway with unexpectedly big views over the surrounding countryside.
A riverside walk is always cooling and calming, and this has a huge car park you can't miss from the road. Expect to meet the local dog walking community, it's a friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
An informal parking area that's understandably popular with drivers needing to get out of their vehicles to enjoy the great outdoors.