is an outdoor-lover’s dream. Almost every person you come across is dressed in walking boots, waterproofs and a back-pack. With the Dales and Moors to hike, cycle paths to ride, rocks to climb and rivers to canoe, you can have an action-packed time in this county. There are a host of dog friendly days out in Yorkshire for you both to get stuck into.
To take your four-legged friend on a beautiful expedition, pick routes such as the one that takes you on a stroll to Ingleton Waterfall. Right in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, you will pass through ancient woods and rolling hills along the way, if your looking to stay over then check out our selection of Yorkshire dog friendly cottages
The coastline of Yorkshire is 45 miles long and includes delightful seaside resorts and well-known spa towns. The town of Scarborough
, Robin Hoods Bay and Withernsea are just some of the quaint coastal places that offer accommodation for guests and accept pets. Along with amusements, chip shops and donkeys, there are great strolls along cliff tops and along the back of pretty coves.
Here is our must-do list of dog friendly attractions in Yorkshire – but there are plenty more where these came from: