Here are a few lovely dog walks that we have put together when you come up to the Peak District with your 4 legged friend!
Monyash Meander – a short 2 mile walk around the village of Monyash and surrounding dales. Finishing with a visit to either a dog friendly pub or cafe.
The Wild Rhubarb Walk – try some of the Monsal Trail, but then drop down to the riverside and enjoy the peace and tranquility and nature.
The Bakewell Loop – a fairly flat circular walk of about 3 miles, along parts of the Monsal Trail from Bakewell. Along the way you will pass Hassop Station which houses a coffee shop. There is space outside to sit undercover with your dog. Otherwise you need to find the dog friendly pubs and coffee shops in Bakewell itself.
The Cromford Canal and High Peak Incline – a pleasant walk along the canal followed by an uphill climb along the High Peak trail and then drop back down into Cromford, where there are dog friendly pubs.
Black Rocks – is close to Cromford and is a great place to let your dog off lead. There are a choice of way marked paths you can follow.
All of the above walks allow your dog to be off the lead, there are other places that you can try some of which may require your dogs to be on the lead – particularly the National Trust walks - although some places are more lenient than others.
Finally there are Woodland walks which are usually offlead and offer your dog plenty of fun.
Hopefully one of these will take your fancy! Enjoy your walks.