DAILY WALK: Best places to walk your furry friends in your area!
Discover your local area with your fury friends
With obvious health benefits for both you and your dog(s), walking for 30 minutes a day or more is a great way to improve or maintain your overall health. Why not take a brisk walk with your canine pal and step into the new year with a healthier life style.
Managing director of ‘UKcaravans4hire.com’, Gareth Irving, commented: "The UK is full of stunning walkways your pups will love and now is the perfect time to explore the beauty on your doorstep. If you’re thinking of taking advantage of the UK’s beautiful landscapes, make sure you follow the government guidelines and stay local."
- Tunstall Reservoir
A 2 mile circular walk around the reservoir and through the stunning ancient Backstone Bank wood. There are forest tracks and lots of beautiful sights to see!
- Souter Lighthouse and the Leas
Miles of limestone footpaths, coastal bays and sandy beaches. Enjoy and adventure with your four-legged friend at Souter Lighthouse and the Leas.
- Rising Sun Countryside park
The Rising Sun Country Park is a green oasis of 162 hectares, set in the heart of North Tyneside. There are lots of extensive footpaths for you and your pooch to explore, the site is a haven for wildlife and an ideal place to relax and enjoy the great outdoors.
- Princess Anne Park
3 routes to choose from varying in distance so perfect for any mood and any day. There are plenty of fields for your dog to roam and rivers to splash around in.
- Cowpen Bewley Woodland Park
This is a highly attractive park that comprises large areas of woodland (over 300,000 trees planted in the 1990s), colourful meadows, streams, wetlands and areas of open water.
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