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Top 5 UK Dog Walks for 2022

Time to go walkies!

Your pooch is probably already getting their lead out of the cupboard ready for you to take them on their next adventure now the summer weather in on the way. Here are our top five picks of the UK's best dog walks to enjoy with your pooch.


Peak District - Mam Tor circular walk 

With breath taking views all round, this is a must have walk to tick off, along the way you'll take in the villages of Castleton and Hope with show caverns, Lose Hill, Black Tor, Hollins Cross and the peak of Mam Tor.

This is a moderate walk of around 3 miles with stone surfaced footpaths from Mam Nick Car Park to the top of Mam Tor.

Don't forget your poop bags: shop here!


Yorkshire - Staithes & Port Mulgrave

Enjoy the sea air on this 4-mile circular walk, taking in the old fishing village of Staithes and see many harbourside cottages and cobbled streets.

There are quiet lanes and paths through fields to enjoy as well as cliff edges so make sure your dog is on a lead! Take a look at our leads here

This is a moderate walk of around 4 miles with woodland and a steep climb up from Staithes Harbour to the cliff top.


North Wales - Llyn Padarn Circular, Llanberis

A stunning view on a sunny day, a must to tick off with your dog this summer! Featuring the picturesque views of Padarn Country Park, which includes Coed Dinowig - an ancient woodland with had rare oak trees. If you are also interested in bird watching you'll enjoy seeing many rare species of flora which can be found here.

This is a moderate walk of around 6 miles. Make sure to give your canine friend some treats for their hard work on this walk! Shop here our veggie and gluten free treats - yum. 


Suffolk - National Trust Dunwich Heath

Beautiful scenery along the costal heath and beach - the perfect place to spend time with your pooch. It's quiet, wild and dramatic all at the same time and the perfect place for dogs who enjoy exploring a beautiful natural space.

This is an easy walk with some steps involved. If it's a hot day it's a good idea to place a cool pad in the car for the journey to keep your dog energised for the walk, shop here.


Scotland - Castle Fraser, Aberdeenshire

A view fit for a fairytale with an impressive castle and long-tailed tits tweeting in the background. You can enjoy a mixture of parkland, farmland and woodland on your walk enjoying the spectacular views along the way. 

This is an easy walk of around 1.5 miles and takes around an hour. This could be the perfect place to practice clicker training with your dog along the woodland walk, shop here.




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