Lake District Dog Walks
A collection of dog walks within the Lake District National Park.View walks
- Lake District National Park
Here you will find our collection of Lake District dog walks. Where stiles are present, they are specially designed with lift gates for dogs. Our Lake District walks are graded: “Easy, Moderate, or Challenging” to help you find the perfect route for your dog’s abilities, with all walks taking between 1 and 3 hours. The scenery in this area is varied, some walks feature forests and woodland to help keep your dog shaded on hot summer days. Many of the dog walks have water; whether it is lakes, tarns, rivers, or streams. Remember, many of the walks feature hills and rough terrain so be prepared when walking, it is always sensible to bring water for both you and your wet nosed friend. Finally, don’t forget to take part in the Dog Walks Near Me sticker competition, for your chance to win a £50 Amazon voucher. Never miss a walk, if you enjoy the site and walks / trails, then follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
Located in the north-west of England, the Lake District National Park was formed in 1951 to protect the beauty of the mountainous landscape and lakes from being developed. Approximately 25% of the National Park belongs to the National Trust with 3.9% belonging to the Lake District National Park Authority. The rest is mostly privately owned. If you are visiting this region, then be sure to check out the Lake District travel guide on our sister site: Expert with Points.