Best dog walks in South East of England

Whether you walk for leisure or a seasoned pro, seeking an active walk for your four-legged friend is always a challenge. So, we thought we would compile a few carefully selected walks if you live in the South of England.

With the landscape being so diverse, and some of the most spectacular views you could ever wish to see, discover for yourself the charming Oxfordshire Cotswold villages, the New Forest ponies and many long-distance walking routes perfect for your canine companion.


Thames Path National Trail

Thames Path offers a long-distance route comprising a total of 184 miles along the banks of England’s best-known river passing water meadows, beautiful towns and many famous landmarks.


Arlington Bluebell Walk, East Sussex

Open in the height of the Bluebell seasons, why not immerse yourself in a very colourful trail of flora and fauna. There’s also a 2.5 mile walk and also a wheelchair accessible 1100m route with mobility scooter available to hire too. Your dog will love this walk with all the scents and smells.


Seven Sisters based in East Sussex

Part of the South Downs Way – this part of the coastline has been featured on many television adverts and shows. The breath-taking scenery makes it clear why it has become so recognisable.


Jane Austen Circular Walk in Hampshire

This walk starts at Jane Austen’s house in Chawton; the 4.5 mile walk takes you into the countryside that was the inspiration to many of her famous novels.


The Coastal Culture Trail – Hastings to Eastbourne

Why not experience a weekend with your four-legged friend by visiting this cultural sea route that connects three award-winning art galleries, great restaurants and lots of hidden cultural gems.


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