For the new year why not enjoy some of the best walking experiences across the UK with your four legged friend. Go all the way from the lovely lake district to the beautiful coastlines of Cornwall all while making new experiences with your fluffy friend. Loweswater, Lake District. The Loweswater circuit is one of the hidden gems the Lakes has to offer. This peaceful little trail is an easier walk than some, hidden away down towards one end of the. In May you will be blown away by the swathes of bluebells and you may even glimpse a rare red squirrel Craster, Northumberland. Craster is a beautiful costal point and the brilliant Dunstanburgh Castle trail is the best for you and your pet. This trail allows you to take in historic ocean views at a gentle pace. The Bedruthan Steps, Mawgan Porth. You can take in the absolute best of North Cornwall’s unbeatable coastline. It’s a half an hour walk across the shore and is generally fairly gentle with incredible sea views to boot. Allt yr Esgair Circular, Brecon Beacons. The Allt yr Esgair Circular is a popular trail that’s long and pleasant, with incredible rolling countryside views over the Black Mountains. Dunkery and Horner Wood, Exmoor. A memorable three-mile trail will take you around the woodland at this National Trust site in a neat circle, offering you and your pup the chance to take in the wonderful foliage and all the wildlife you can spot. Thornley woods. A place with so many trails you can chose to take. Home to greater spotted woodpeckers, nuthatches and sparrowhawks it is a bird watcher’s heaven. Stackle tarn, Longdale. Stickle Tarn is a famous dog walking spot that really takes you up into the heavens. And enjoy taking your pup up for an adventure.