Attention all dog lovers!
Are you ready for an adventure with your furry friend in one of the most breath-taking locations in the UK? Look no further than the Lake District, where you’ll find an abundance of stunning trails and breath-taking views that are perfect for exploring with your four-legged companion.
Here are the top 5 places to take your dog for a walk in the Lake District:
Tarn Hows – This picturesque location boasts a tranquil walk around a beautiful lake surrounded by rolling hills and lush greenery. With stunning views at every turn, this is the perfect spot to enjoy a peaceful stroll with your pooch.
Grizedale Forest – For those looking for a more adventurous walk, Grizedale Forest is the place to be. With miles of winding paths and towering trees, you and your pup will feel like you’ve entered a magical kingdom. Plus, the forest is home to several dog-friendly cafes where you can rest and refuel.
Derwentwater – Take a stroll around this stunning lake and soak in the beauty of the surrounding mountains. With plenty of open spaces for your dog to run around and play, Derwentwater is a must-visit spot for any dog owner.
Buttermere – This hidden gem is tucked away in the heart of the Lake District and offers a serene and peaceful walk for you and your furry friend. With stunning views of the Buttermere Valley and a gentle walk around the lake, this is a perfect spot for a relaxing afternoon stroll.
Catbells – For those looking for a more challenging walk, Catbells is a great choice. The hike up to the summit may be steep, but the reward is well worth it – panoramic views of the surrounding fells that will take your breath away. And the best part? Your dog can join you on the journey!