Dog Friendly Cumbria is compiling a list of favourite walks for you amd your dog in the stunning and diverse county of Cumbria. We would love to hear from you with your suggestions, advice and of course pictures of you and your four legged friend. Suggestions of fab dog friendly cafes, pubs and accommodation nearby would be even better : ). Email- firstname.lastname@example.org
The Cumbria Way passes through some of the most stunning countryside in Cumbria. You will get the opportunity to stop in scenic towns of Coniston and Keswick. Passing through the Langdale and Borrowdale Valleys, the majority of the route is inside the boundaries of the Lake District National Park.
Natural England ‘You and your dog in the countryside’ has been produced as a joint venture between Natural England and the Kennel Club as a guide to acting responsibly when enjoying the countryside with your dog. It includes guidance on where you can go, travelling, protecting the environment, keeping your dog healthy, and details of other organisations who can provide further information and support.
Miles without Stiles routes These are 41 routes across the National Park suitable for people with limited mobility. Wheelchair users, families with pushchairs, dog walkers with less active dogs and the visually impaired can choose from the list on the left.
All the Miles without Stiles routes are available as removable A5-sized sheets in a cardboard ring binder that includes a plastic wallet for protection from the rain. It costs £6.99 and is available from our Information Centres, head office – see contact details below – and all good bookshops in Cumbria.
- Backpacking bloggers in the Howgills (backpackingbongos.wordpress.com)
- Are You Dog Friendly? (dogfriendlycumbria.wordpress.com)
- Yorkshire Dales national park to take in parts of Lancashire and Cumbria (guardian.co.uk)