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Where to Walkies search helps you find the dog walk that is right for you, your dog, even your family, you can search for play grounds, refreshment as well as woodland walks. Where to Walkies are currently busy finalizing the details on many of the dog walks that we have walked and they will be uploading them daily. 

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Come back soon and check out as there are 100's of dog walks in different counties coming soon.

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A Big Dog Walk in Parkland Belper Derbyshire
50 Acres of parkland is a protected nature reserve just a few moments stroll from the market place in the centre of the quaint town of Belper, Derbyshire.

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A Dog Walk around the Fauld Crater Fauld Staffordshire
Who would have thought a massive hole in the ground, would make a good dog walk!

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A Dog Walk Around Traditional English Park Normanton Park Littleover Derbyshire
This is a Traditional English park that is perfect for a dog walk with all of the family.

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A Dog Walk at Attenborough Nature Reserve
This dog walk explores the unique Attenborough Nature Reserve in Nottinghamshire, which was established in 1966 and opened by David Attenborough.

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A Dog Walk at Rosliston Forestry Centre Swadlincote Derbyshire
A dog walk at Rosliston Forestry Centre which lies hidden at the heart of The National Forest, with no accuses to not visit this amazing place.

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A Dog Walk at Sence Park Ibstock Leicestershire

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A Dog Walk at Shipley Country Park
This dog walk explores Shipley Country Park, an area of 700 acres of green and pleasant landscape, which was once a colliery

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A Dog Walk by the Canal Stenson Derby Derbyshire
A Canal Walk that you can walk for hours and for miles but it will always end up with a refreshing drink at the end of it. Distance up to 8 miles there and back or just walk as little as you want.

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A Dog Walk from Dimmingsdale Mill Pond Alton Stoke on Trent Staffordshire
Dimmingsdale woodland walk along the beautiful stepped pools, deep in the valley surrounded by tall mature trees.

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A Dog Walk from Etwall to Mickleover Old Railway Station Derby Derbyshire
This dog walk was once upon a time, this was a busy steam train line and there are a few reminders of these bygone days

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A Dog Walk from Kings Newton to Swarkestone Lock Derby Derbyshire
This easily accessible dog walk has expansive countryside views across open fields, as well as wooded areas and takes you back in time along a disused railway line, over the River Trent and alongside the Trent and Mersey Canal.

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A Dog Walk from Shelton Lock to Swalkstone Lock Derby
This is a dog walk with lots of hidden history and follows the former Derby Canal in between Shelton Lock to Swarkestone Lock.

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A Dog Walk in an Idyllic Garden, Aylestone, Leicester
A dog walk around a walled idyllic garden, where you can sit and enjoy the sights and smells of the well loved public garden.

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A Dog Walk in Annwell Wood Smisby Ashby de la Zouch Derbyshire
There is a wetland area on this dog walk and you will soon see a large pond with an island in the middle where ducks and other wetland loving wildlife habitat.

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A Dog Walk in Endcliffe Park Sheffield South Yorkshire
There is a very wide, open grassed area and spaces of woodland, making this dog walk very varied and enjoyable.

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A Dog Walk in Kingston Pool Covert Stafford Staffordshire
This dog walk explores the Kingston Pool Covert, which is a peaceful nature reserve, on the edge of Stafford ideal to get away from it all

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A Dog Walk in the Ancient Firth Woods Dronfield Derbyshire
Dog walk through mature woodland just 5 minutes from Dronfield town centre train station. You and your dog can enjoy wandering the woodland paths, through the meadow and round the pond of Frith Wood.

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A Dog Walk in the Largest Park in Sheffield Graves Park South Yorkhire
This dog walk takes you around the largest park in Sheffield, it provides many hours of different walks.

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A Dog Walk next to Cromford Canal Cromford Derbyshire
A great British waterway providing a peaceful dog walk in stunning surrounding and some history for a all round lovely walk.

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A Dog Walk not far from Junction 25 of the M1 Orchard Wood Draycott Derby
This is a lovely dog walk that can take you off for a walk up the canal, or just a loop round the woods.

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A Dog Walk on Darley Fields Derby Derbyshire
This dog walk in Darley Fields has plenty of lush greenery and open space despite being in a city environment.

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A Dog Walk on Eureka Park Swadlincote Derbyshire
Eureka Park a beautiful traditional park with something for all the family and your 4 legged friend.

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A Dog Walk on High Peak Trail, Middleton Top Derbyshire

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A Dog Walk on Mease Meadow Flood Defence Hilton Derby Derbyshire
A pretty little dog walk by the Brook making the most of the Hilton flood defences.

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A Dog Walk on Milford Common Cannock Chase Staffordshire
PLEASE BE AWARE:- At the present time, the Milford Common area of Cannock Chase has had an outbreak of a fungus-like disease known as Phytophthora

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A Dog Walk on the Dronfield Rotary Walk Dronfield Derbyshire Part Seven
Around the pretty town of Dronfield, North Derbyshire there is a challenging route of about 14 miles which circumnavigates the area

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A Dog Walk on The Staffordshire Way Doveridge Ashbourne Derbyshire
A dog walk along the side of farmland on The Staffordshire Way, views over the Derbyshire and Staffordshire countryside.

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A Dog Walk Round Chaddesden Woods Nature Reserve Oakwood Derby Derbyshire
A busy dog walk round a ancient oak woodland in Derby, possibly dating from the Middle Ages woodland at the far edge of Chaddesden and Oakwood

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A Dog Walk through a working coppice Seale Wood Stretton en le Fields Leicestershire
This great dog walk is one of those that you would never know that it is there.

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A Dog Walk to Anchor Church Ingleby Derbyshire
This dog walk is part of the South Derbyshire Circular route and the highlight is Anchor Church, a rock feature with caves

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A Dog Walk Way Up High Green Pool Woods Burton on Trent Staffordshire
A large dog walk in a newly planted wood, high up on the hill looking over the Trent Valley.

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A Dog Walk with lots to offer Chaddesden Park Derby Derbyshire
Chaddesden Park a family dog walk with everything you could need to have a fun time out with the dog and the children.

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A Dog Walking Paradise Seven Spring Cannock Chase Staffordshire
This dog walk is through an area that has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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A Dogs Dream of a Dog Walk at Bradgate Park Leicestershire
This vast 830-acre free walk in a deer park offers masses for both dogs and owners, from the landmark ‘Old John’ folly to the ruined former home of Lady Jane Gray, with stunning panoramic views over the Leicestershire countryside.

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A Family Friendly Dog Walk at Sherwood Pines Forest Park, Near Ollerton, Nottingham
Sherwood Pines Forest Park is the largest woodland open to the public in the East Midlands. The forest is a fantastic and inspiring place to experience the great outdoors with all the family.

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A Family Friendly Dog Walk in Maurice Lea Park Swadlincote Derbyshire
A beautiful cast iron fenced, traditional English park with children's play areas plus sports facilities great for a family walk with the dogs on leads.

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A Figure of 8 Dog Walk from Beeley Moor to Emperor's Lake and Back
This 4.5 mile, figure 8, walk takes you over moorland, through woods, around lakes and has some excellent views over Chatsworth Park and House. The walk is very easy, is relatively flat, doesn't get too busy at weekends and has the bonus that your dogs can be off the lead for the majority of the walk. Although, care must be taken and leads used when near livestock.

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A Flexible Dog Walk Around Hinckley Golf Course, Hinckley Leicestershire
A flexible sporting dog walk around the edge of Hinckley golf club to round to Burbage common.

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A Historical Dog Walk Along Grantham Canal Nottingham
A dog walk with water, history and nature this is a dog walk alongside a regenerated canal.

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A Little Dog Walk at Elvaston Lane Park
A quick walk to give you and your dog a chance to, stretch their legs, to get a breath of fresh area, Elvaston Lane, Alvaston, Derby.

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A National Forest Dog Walk in Tunnel Woods
This is a dog walk in Tunnel Wood is 34 hectares in size and at one time, it was opencast land, which was then restored for agricultural use until it became new woodland.

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A Nature Filled Dog Walk in Ingles Hill Wood, Ashby de la Zouch, Leicester
The area has been planted with a mix of broadleaves and conifers to provide all year round, attraction for insects, birds and mammals, there are also open areas which have been managed as a hay meadow.

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A Nature Lovers Dog Walk Around Forbes Hole, Long Eaton
This dog walk explores Forbes Hole Nature Reserve at Long Eaton, where you will see some interesting species of butterflies, plantlife and nesting birds - a real treat for nature lovers.

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A Open Space Dog Walk on Spittal Park
A dog walk large on a large open green space, ideal for a stroll with your dog.

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A Park Dog Walk in Queens Park, Hinckley & Bosworth
This dog walk takes you around Queens Park, Hinckley and Bosworth, an attractive open space with mature tree-lined pathways and an ideal place for a fun family picnic on a sunny day.

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A Popular Dog Walk in the Heart of Robin Hood County, Sherwod Forest Country Park
Sherwood Forest Country Park; home to the world famous Major Oak and the stomping ground of Robin Hood is a popular walking venue with huge historical significance.

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A Quiet Dog Walk in a Tranquil Garden Sheffield South Yorkshire
This dog walk is ideal if you are after a very gentle, tranquil stroll in peaceful surroundings.

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A Quiet Woodland Dog Walk in Sledgewood Repton Derbyshire
Sledgewood is a quiet woodland dog walk for you and your dog all year round, for the blossoming flowers in the summer to the snow covered trees in the winter.

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A Romantic Dog Walk in Queens Park Chesterfield Derbyshire
All of this and much more goes to making this fabulous dog walk round this park, lots to see and do with the family as well a great open space to walk with your dog.

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A Safe Dog Walk in Poppy Woods Melbourne Derbyshire
Poppy Wood is its early stages as a forest, much of the terrain is still open land with plantations of young trees.

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A Sporty Dog Walk on Chaddesden Racecourse Derby Derbyshire
A dog walk close to Derby City Centre, providing sporting facilities and plenty of space to exercise the dog and the family

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A Surprising Dog Walk around Aylestone Meadows Leicestershire
Dog Walks around Aylestone Meadows Leicester City Centre Hidden Countryside. The Riverside Park is a haven for all walkers not just dog walkers, and with numerous paths throughout the meadows and beside the waterways, there are many different routes to try.

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A Undulating Dog Walk at Allerstree Park Derby Derbyshire
This is a dog walk through an exceptionally beautiful undulating park comprises a mixture of woodland and open parkland.

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A Welcoming Dog Walk at Calke Abbey Derbyshire
This dog walk at Calke Abbey is a step back in time as well as a wildlife paradise, a place to spend the day or just a hour, the house take got lost in time.

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A Woodland Dog Walk in Blidworth Woods, Near Blidworth, Nottingham
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A Woodland Dog Walk in Oak Wood Annesley Woodhouse Nottingham
The secret ancient woodland dog walk 10 minutes off junction 27 of the M1, just a few miles away from Mansfield off the A611, you would never know it was there as you fly past.

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A Woodland Dog Walk in Thieves Wood, Near Ravenshead, Nottingham
This is a very popular walking wood. Facilities are limited to parking and a food van so it is not a 'full day out venue' but it is great for a weekend ramble.

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An 'On Lead' Dog Walk at Rufford Abbey Country Park
This is a lovely place to to take a gentle stroll in a beautiful and historical space. Enjoy the Woodland or Lakeside walks or wonder around the Abbey's gardens and grounds. Dogs should be kept on a lead at all times within the park.

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An Ancient Dog Walk in Ecclesall Wood Sheffield South Yorkshire
Ecclesall Woods is a vast expanse of ancient woodland, covering 350 acres to the south west of Sheffield, proving a great dog walk.

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An Open Space Dog Walk with fun for all in Alfreton Park Derbyshire
A dog walk in a big park with lots of fun to have for all the family in Alfreton Park, Derbyshire.

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Back Lane Community Park and Great Family Dog Walk Hilton Derby Derbyshire
A village centre Community Park, with lots of open space for the dog to run around and plenty for children to enjoy as well.

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Community Dog Walk Keldholme Lane Alvaston Derby
A safe dog walk in the centre of the suburb of Alvaston, east of central Derby

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Dog Walk around Chester Green Park Derby Derbyshire
An ideal park to stop off and walk your dog if you are looking for a quick walk or if you have children, this park also has facilities to occupy your children as well as the family dog there is plenty of room for them to play ball or potter about on the children’s play park.

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Dog Walking along the Monsal Trail Bakewell Derbyshire
This dog walk along the Monsal Trail is just less than 9 miles in length running from the Coombs Road viaduct, about a mile south of Bakewell to Blackwell Mill junction, 3 miles or so from Buxton.

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Personal Favourite Dog Walk at Elvaston Castle Country Park Derby Derbyshire
This dog walk is an amazing all rounder it has everything for all the family and all kinds of dogs; this beautiful country park has a wide range of walks and facilities.

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The Dog Walk High on a Hill Sinai Park Burton on Trent Staffordshire
This dog walk opens up in to multiple fabulous places for you and your dog to explore with breath taking views, well worth scaling the climb.

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The Dronfield Rotary Walk A Dog Walk Kitchen Woods Part Six
This is a dog walk within a dog walk, Kitchen Woods is part of the Dronfield Rotary Walk, the woods is well worth a walk round with the dog.

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The Dronfield Rotary Walk Derbyshire Dog Walk Part Five
The Dronfield Rotary Walk Circles the North Derbyshire Town of Dronfield, we have walked different parts of this 15 mile cross country walk.

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The Dronfield Rotary Walk Derbyshire Dog Walk Part Four Homefield Woods
The Dronfield Rotary Walk Circles the North Derbyshire Town of Dronfield, we have walked different parts of this 15 mile cross country walk, this part takes in the lovely Homefield Woods

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The Dronfield Rotary Walk Derbyshire Dog Walk Part One
The Dronfield Rotary Walk Circles the North Derbyshire Town of Dronfield, we have walked different parts of this 15 mile cross country walk.

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The Dronfield Rotary Walk Derbyshire Dog Walk Part Three
The Dronfield Rotary Walk Circles the North Derbyshire Town of Dronfield, we have walked different parts of this 15 mile cross country walk.

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The Dronfield Rotary Walk Derbyshire Dog Walk Part Two
The Dronfield Rotary Walk Circles the North Derbyshire Town of Dronfield, we have walked different parts of this 15 mile cross country walk.

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The Dronfield Rotary Walk Dronfield Derbyshire Dog Walk Part Eight
The path is easy to follow there are nice views over the farmland and the hedgerows are well-maintained

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The Mundy Play Area of Markeaton Park Allestree Derby
Markeaton park is known in the local area as a great day out especially with your children and to take your dog for not only a walk but some fun too.

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Working Breed Dog Walk Nether Hall Wood Derbyshire
This is a lovely walk for both dog and owner and has various routes around taking in a very pretty stream and the “hug tree”.

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