8 Great Dog Walks Around the UK

Here at Go Jauntly, we know that if there is one thing better than going on a jaunt, its going on a jaunt with an adorable pup. Nothing motivates us to get outside more than the prospect of enjoying nature alongside an excitable furry friend who simply can’t wait to get through the door. And judging by the fact that our dog friendly walk collections are so popular, it seems like you all agree! If you are searching for a new route to explore with your pet, we've got you covered. Here are eight of the best dog walks around the UK.

1. Country Lanes & Longstone Edge

Rowland, Derbyshire
A circular walk down quiet country lanes in the Peak District. There are cute stone cottages and views of the rolling hills. Don't miss the opportunity to stop at the dog-friendly Crispin pub in Great Longstone for a hearty lunch. 

2. Urban cool in Peckham Rye

Peckham, London
Bring your canine companion on a stroll to explore one of London's hidden gem parks. You can grab a coffee at a cute cafe and then watch as your dog frolics around the open fields. It beats walking the dog on a busy city road any day!

3. Black mountain walk

Carmarthenshire, Wales
Explore the deep woods, open moors, and babbling streams of Brecon Beacons National Park on this circular route. Taking just over an hour, it might not be a very long walk, but it packs a lot of beautiful landscape into a short time!

4. Little Langdale to the Three Shires

Coniston, Cumbria
Hard to find a more beautiful stroll than this one through the verdant valleys of the Lake District. Like any good countryside jaunt, it features a stop at a cozy pub and plenty of great photo opportunities for you to snap that perfect shot for your dog's Insta. 

5. Ayot St Lawrence circular

Ayot Saint Lawrence, Hertfordshire
This walk through the fields of Hertfordshire features picturesque rural landscapes, stunning old church ruins, and the chance to glimpse Bernard Shaw's garden and writing cottage. 

6. Hilsea Lines Woodland History Tour

Hilsea, Portsmouth
Take a stroll around the Hilsea Lines on the outskirts of Portsea Island while learning some more about this history of the area. Get ready for your pup to make a lot of friends because this route is very popular with dog walkers!

7. Arthur’s Seat (The best route!)

Edinburgh, Scotland
A short but steep walk up Arthur's Seat in Edinburgh to see one of the best views of the city and surrounding area. Perfect for the more adventurous dogs and their owners. 

8. A peak and a bump in West Runton

West Runton, Norfolk
Take in amazing views of the coastal towns and the North Sea from Beacon Hill, Norfolk's highest point. Along the way, you can enjoy quiet woodland trails and the chance to spot wildlife like Muntjac, Roe and Red deer. Assuming your dog doesn't scare them off that is!

 

 

It’s cold outside and you may want to stay curled up under the duvet but your dog certainly doesn't want to be cooped up inside all winter. So, get out this weekend and explore somewhere new with your furry friend.

Love,
Hana, Steve & The Go Jauntly Team

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