Britain’s best dog walks

From a hike through the mountains to a stroll down the coastline, our four-legged friends are always pleased by an adventurous walk 🐾

We’ve put together a guide to Britain’s best Dog Walks, for both you and your pooch to enjoy!

Dollar Cove – Cornwall

Experience delightful sea views at Dollar Cove where the wreck of Spanish ship San Salvador lies deep in the ocean close by. Stories claim the ship was filled with two tonnes of silver dollars when it sank, which to this day are said to have been washed ashore after heavy storms. Go hunting for treasure whilst your pup roams free!

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Hayling Billy Trail – Hampshire

A slice of heaven in Hampshire, the Hayling Billy Trail will take you across an old railway line, with breathtaking countryside landscapes and snippets of striking sea views. The Billy Trail is wide and flat, ideal for dogs of all ages, whether they want to get adventurous or enjoy a leisurely walk.

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Barmston Beach – Yorkshire

Barmston Beach features a substantial stretch of sand for your dog to run, play and splash in the water to their heart’s content. With beautiful views for you to enjoy, neither party will tire from a trip to Barmston. If you find yourself longing for more, continue up along the shore to discover Flamborough Castle.

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Wimbledon and Putney Commons

Perhaps a surprising addition to the list, Wimbledon and Putney Commons offer a secluded, safe haven amongst the demanding scene of Central London. Take a break from the hustle and bustle to enjoy the calm of these parks filled with woodland and ponds.

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Brecon Beacons National Park – Wales

Brecon Beacons National Park offers an abundance of stunning mountain views, accompanied by wide stretches of moreland and dazzling waterfalls. Explore the beauty of the countryside, uncovering hidden castles and starry nights, as Brecon Beacons is also an International Dark Sky Reserve.

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Craster to Dunstanburgh Castle – Northumberland

Set out from the fishing village Craster and wander across the coast to soak up the stunning sights. The soft, sandy shoe is perfect for little paws. Once you and your canine friend have explored the length of the beach, Dunstanburgh Castle awaits your arrival.

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Dartmoor National Park – Devon

Dartmoor National Park features spectacular views of green hills and flowing rivers, perfect for dogs who love the water. Dartmoor can provide everything you need for the ideal walk with an area roughly the same size as London to explore!

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