Four Dog Friendly Walks for March

Check out four of our favourite dog friendly walks in the North East...
Dog Friendly Walks

Tail-wagging walks for March with man’s best friend. Luckily, the North East is home to some of the most spectacular trails – something you simply cannot experience without your loyal companion by your side. Check out our bucket list hikes…


Sycamore Gap, Hadrian’s Wall

Sycamore Gap is one of the most photographed spots in the UK – a stroll here with your furry friend in tow is sure to up your Instagram likes.

A breathtakingly beautiful sycamore tree stands alone in a dramatic dip next to Hadrian’s Wall. Along the way you’ll find Housesteads Roman Fort and plenty of striking scenery – the perfect day out for the whole family.

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Cawfield Quarry, Northumberland National Park

Created in the Roman Empire, Hadrian’s Wall stretches over 80 miles, from South Shields all the way to Cumbria.

Cawfield Quarry is just a small part of the Wall, and it’s the ideal spot for your pooch to have a paddle or a big drink during the ultimate country trail.

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Sutton Bank, North York Moors

Sutton Bank sits at a height in the North York Moors National Park, where you and your pooch will feel like giants stood over the Vale of Mowbray and Garbutt Wood.

The cliff was formed during the last ice age and left to form the last glacial lake – the Gormire Lake. A must-see landscape in 2021.

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Crimdon Dene Beach, Hartlepool

How about a coastal walk? Secluded white sand beaches, sandy paws and a splash in the North Sea.

It’s a four-legged friend’s dream day out. Walk for miles on South Beach and Park Beach. Get a hit of that fresh, salty air while your pooch stretches those legs on a huge stretch of sand.

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