Where to walk your four-legged friend this September, these walks are local and easy to get to and find. Google maps recognise all these sites so you'll have no trouble finding them. Happy dog walking!
Middleton Park 15 mins from Morley
This park is just what you need, it’s a huge area of grassland and woodland with a playground for the kids. This park is a great place for pups that love to fetch, with its wide open spaces. Middleton Park also has a car park.
Bramley Fall Woods 20 mins from Headingley
80 acres of beautiful woodland that backs onto the canal, there are lots of different paths to take whether you want to walk along the water or through the woods. The woodland walks are all sing posted so don’t worry about getting lost. There is also bluebells to look forward to in the spring.
Gledhow Woods 5 mins from Moortown
This wood is a welcome nature oasis in a busy suburban area. This woodland is beautiful; a small stream runs alongside it into the Geldhow Lake. A road does run through the woods so please take care. Keep a lookout as you might be able to find the remains of a 17th-century open-air bathhouse in the South East corner of the wood.
Saxton 15 mins from Garforth
This historic walk will take you to the old War of the Rose’s battlefield. It’s a five mile walk but well worth it, because it ends at The Crooked Billet Pub, which is dog-friendly. So after you’ve built up an appetite walking you can relax and have some dinner, the menu looks amazing.
We hope you enjoy one of these walks, be sure and tag us on Instagram with your dog walking pictures @manningstainton we would love to see them.