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Welcome to dogwalksyorkshire

If you love dogs, walking and Yorkshire, then you’ve come to the right place.

Dog Walks Yorkshire is a free dog-friendly walking guide to the best of the Yorkshire countryside. All of our walks are dog-friendly and have clear, easy-to-follow, step by step directions plus maps and pictures to help you and your pooch stay on track.

 

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Latest from the blog

  • apple touch icon 152x152 - iFootpath and DogWalksYorkshire Become OneiFootpath and DogWalksYorkshire Become One
    iFootpath is pleased to announce that it is now the proud owner of another excellent walking website, DogWalksYorkshire. As current iFootpath customers know, our mission in life is to make walking accessible, fun and stress-free for seasoned walkers and newcomers alike. When we first came across the DogWalksYorkshire website we were pleased to find like-minded folk with a similar ethos, albeit specifically aimed at dog walkers in Yorkshire. When we learned that the current DogWalksYorkshire ...
  • MS2 - Five family activities to enjoy with your dogFive family activities to enjoy with your dog
    There’s nothing quite as much fun for a family as spending time together with your family’s dog. If you’re a dog owner, you know this already – watching these friendly animals bounding around, grinning from ear to ear, enjoying being with the family, just puts a smile on your face like nothing else quite can. And with the weather cooling off soon as the autumn approaches, it’s a great time of year to get outside and enjoy some family activities with your dog. Here ...
  • Hearing dogs BB Photo - Want a dog but work?Want a dog but work?
    Have you always wanted a dog but are worried about leaving them alone whilst you are at work? If so, we have the perfect solution for you. In Bielby, East Yorkshire you’ll find a Hearing Dogs training centre. Here our wonderful and intelligent dogs learn how to transform the lives of deaf people. We teach them how to alert to important sounds such as the doorbell and alarm clock, plus danger signals like the smoke alarm. Hearing dogs also offer emotional support to deaf people which make ...

Latest walks

  • Twigmoor Woods dog walkTwigmoor Woods
    A 3 mile walk following a figure of eight routes through Twigmoor Woods in North Lincolnshire. Twigmoor is 130 acres of native woodland and introduced shrubs, conifers and ornamental species which creates a rich and varied habitat for wildlife. The woods are owned by the Scawby Estate with public access allowed in certain parts, giving nearly 3 miles of paths open to the public. There are extensive areas of rhododendrons (which give a stunning display of blooms in late spring) and also a number of large lakes. 
  • Top WithensBronte Country: Haworth Moor and Top Withins
    A 7.5 mile circular walk around the moorland to the west of Haworth in West Yorkshire. The Bronte Sisters wrote most of their novels whilst living at Haworth Parsonage, when their father was parson at the local church. The route takes in sections of the Bronte Way and Pennine Way, visiting the sisters’ moorland haunts including Bronte Bridge and Waterfall (where the sisters were said to take turns sitting and writing their first novels) and Top Withins (the ruined farmhouse reputedly the setting for the farmstead Wuthering Heights). Aside from the literary connections, you will be able to enjoy long stretches of high moorland which blooms into a bright purple in mid to late summer and is criss-crossed by pretty streams.
  • Barnsley walkPenistone Line: Barnsley Canal and Cloisters
    A 7.5 mile linear walk from Barnsley rail station to Wombwell rail station in South Yorkshire, discovering some of the beautiful green spaces and attractions between these two towns. Along the way you will discover a pretty section of the Barnsley Canal, the beautiful lakes and parkland of Dearne Valley Country Park, the substantial ruins of Monk Bretton Abbey, stretches of former train lines and the extensive cemetery in Wombwell. The return leg can be completed via a simple 6 minute train journey.
  • Berry Brow walkPenistone Line: Berry Brow Fort and Farms
    A 6 mile linear walk (can be shortened to a 2 mile circular walk) from Shepley rail station to Stocksmoor rail station in West Yorkshire, enjoying the beautiful rolling countryside. You will discover the textile industrial heritage of Shepley, where tailors known as Higglers once thrived. Leaving Shepley, the walk takes you through beautiful steep hillside valleys and along ancient tracks, following part of the Trans Pennine Trail to reach nearby Stocksmoor rail station. The return leg can be completed by a simple 2-minute train journey.
  • Shepley walk imagePenistone Line: Shepley Hills and Higglers
    A 6 mile linear walk (can be shortened to a 2 mile circular walk) from Shepley rail station to Stocksmoor rail station in West Yorkshire, enjoying the beautiful rolling countryside. You will discover the textile industrial heritage of Shepley, where tailors known as Higglers once thrived. Leaving Shepley, the walk takes you through beautiful steep hillside valleys and along ancient tracks, following part of the Trans Pennine Trail to reach nearby Stocksmoor rail station. The return leg can be completed by a simple 2-minute train journey.
  • Penistone siltstone imagePenistone Line: Silkstone Waggonway and Woodlands
    A 5 mile linear walk from Silkstone Common rail station to Dodworth rail station in South Yorkshire, enjoying some fascinating industrial archaeology and beautiful sections of woodland. There’s something for everyone on this route, from woodland spring flowers and pretty streams, to sculptures and old mining relics plus peaceful paths and far reaching views. The return leg can be completed by a simple 3-minute train journey.

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