THE BEST NORTH EAST DOG WALKS

If your super Sunday is trailing the North East with your posh pooch, then check out our pick of five of the region's best dog walks...
DOG WALKS NORTH EAST

Carlton Bank

DOG WALKS NORTH EAST

Take a leisurely walk around Cleveland beauty spot Carlton Bank, enjoying the rolling views from snow topped hills and blowing away the cobwebs on a perfect Sunday. Your pooch will love the vast expanses of space, and you’ll love stopping off at the Lord Stones Cafe to refuel with a hot chocolate or a warming bowl of soup.

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Captain Cook’s Monument and Roseberry Topping

DOG WALKS NORTH EAST

Make the most of the crisp mornings and enjoy a brisk walk from Captain Cook’s Monument across the tops to Roseberry Topping and take in spectacular views of the North East. Your four-legged friend will make the perfect companion for you as you soak up the peaceful isolation of the North Yorkshire countryside.

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Cod Beck Reservoir, Northallerton

 DOG WALKS NORTH EAST

A tranquil walk around Cod Beck Reservoir in Swainby makes for an ideal winter afternoon stroll. As the evening draws in, head to the Golden Lion in Osmotherly for a hearty pub meal in a country-chic, dog-friendly setting.


 

Seaham Seafront

DOG WALKS NORTH EAST

Ever-popular with dog walkers, Seaham seafront offers a refreshing coastal stroll for when you’re craving the sea air. Prepare to make some new dog friends as your pooch runs wild in the North Sea. Fill your flask with a hot drink and get the fire roaring back home so your pet can dry off in style.

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Jesmond Dene

DOG WALKS NORTH EAST

A stroll through Jesmond Dene is an enchanting walk all year round, but you can’t beat dawn at this time of year, with the rising sun glistening through frosty foliage as Newcastle wakes up. Breathe in the invigorating morning air as your dog delights in the abundance of branches and twigs to get their teeth stuck into.

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