If you're tired of your usual dog walking routes and want to experience a change of scenery, Yorkshire has plenty of places that are perfect for your pooch. Photos are for illustrative purposes only.
Located in Leeds, this city park has acres of land for you and your dog to explore. It includes not only parkland, but woods, lakes and gardens, providing a great escape from the bustling city.
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Located ten miles north-west of Leeds city centre, this popular dog walking route overlooks the town of Otley and boasts a range of woodland paths, hilly routes and themed trails.
Escape to the coast and let your dog run along the sandy beaches of Runswick Bay. Situated in the North York Moors region and only a few miles from Whitby, this dog-friendly beach has no restrictions at any time of the year.
If you live in the centre of York, but fancy a scenic alternative to your everyday city dog walk, then the Botanical Gardens at York Museum provide a scenic and historical alternative. Note: dogs have to be kept on a lead.
Flamborough Head is a popular dog walking destination and youll get panoramic sea views from the cliffs. A short walk away is the idyllic North Cove Beach, where your dog can run along the sand or paddle in the sea.
Situated near the renowned Humber Bridge, this country park provides plenty of woodland area for you and your dog. With the Cliff Trail, Meadow Trail, and Pond Trail, there's plenty of variety for your walk.
This nature trail is not only scenic, but it has an array of different walking routes, old mills, dams and there are plenty of streams for your dogs to play in.
Located on the edge of the Peak District National Park and near the villages of Langsett and Upper Midhope, this reservoir has both woodland and open moorland area, which are perfect for walking the dog.