Things To See And Do In Teesdale
Dog Friendly Teesdale
So much of Teesdale is perfect for exploring with your dog. So many footpaths, hidden streams, unexpected views, all just waiting for you to pull on your walking shoes, grab the dog lead…and explore.
Throughout the website we have marked the place you can stay with your pooch and those places your pooch is welcome whilst you enjoy a post-walk pint or meal.
The only thing which remains to be said, is please keep your dog on a lead when anywhere near grazing stock or nesting birds. Clean up after your dog (we are sure you do!) and you and your dog are in for an absolute treat.
The Pennine Way
However you choose to enjoy the trails of the Pennine Way, your dog is the perfect companion.
Please do remember the upland nesting birds, often ground nesters, and keep your pooch on his or her lead. Similarly even on the most deserted of moorland trails, dogs should be kept under close control. There are sheep often dotted around.
The Teesdale Way & Trails Along The Riverside
You don’t have to tackle either of our long distance walks, (although you’d love them if you did!) to enjoy stunning views of the river.
Take only a few short steps along the paths and trails, and heavenly views greet you.
And for those unable to take a few short steps there are so many places you can soak up the views from your car or vehicle.
Need a bus? There are limited bus services to Barnard Castle, Middleton in Teesdale and Langdon Beck
Each of our advertisers is clearly signposted as to if they are dog friendly. Please look for this sign.
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