Dog Walks in Yorkshire

The peaks and moors of Yorkshire provide a beautiful backdrop to any walk with your dog. Here are just a few of the best walks in Yorkshire for you and Fido:

The Kettlewell Valley, near Grassington

Take this breathtaking route through limestone cliffs where wild deer can often be spotted grazing on grassy hillsides.

The Littondale Valley, near Hawes

The Littondale Valley

This route through the Yorkshire Dales National Park offers a gentle downhill stroll alongside the River Ure where you can stop off for lunch and watch farm animals grazing in fields of green grass.

Kinder Scout, Derbyshire

Dog Walks in Yorkshire
Kinder Scout

Kinder Scout is situated on top of the Pennines, England’s second highest mountain. It is the perfect place to take in some breathtaking views and enjoy a great day out with your dog.

The Moorlands, near Osmotherley

This walk will lead you through scenic moorland landscapes dotted with sheep on grassy vistas and pretty stone villages along the way.

The Andrew Beck Valley, near Ingleton

This is a peaceful walk through the beautiful countryside where you and your dog can enjoy an idyllic picnic by the river side or make it all about that social time with Fido when he’s off his lead in this designated area of natural beauty.

Hornsea Mere Country Park, near Hornsea

Follow one of the many miles of paths around this popular country park with your dog and you’ll come across a variety of wildlife to spot including waterfowl which can be found on the lakeshore or in the surrounding fields.

The River Ure Way, near Ripon

This long distance walking trail follows the River Ure from its source to the North Sea and is a great way to enjoy some time with your four-legged friend.

If you enjoyed this article you might also like to read about Dog Walks in West Yorkshire and Dog Walks in North Yorkshire

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