NATIONAL DOG WALKING MONTH: Best places to walk in your area
Discover your local area with your furry friends
If you’re thinking of taking up exercise as your New Year resolution, why not do it with someone who loves an action packed walk – your dog!
With obvious health benefits for both you and your dog(s), walking for 30 minutes a day or more is a great way to improve or maintain your overall health. Why not take a brisk walk with your canine pal and step into the new year with a healthier life style.
Managing director of ‘UKcaravans4hire.com’, Gareth Irving, commented: "The UK is full of stunning walkways your pups will love and now is the perfect time to explore the beauty on your doorstep. If you’re thinking of taking advantage of the UK’s beautiful landscapes, make sure you follow the government guidelines and stay local."
Here are some of the best places to walk your furry friends
- Bute Park
A beautiful green escape right in the city centre. You can take a stroll all around the park or follow the river side.
- Cardiff Bay Barrage
A 6 mile circular trail around Cardiff Bay with Coastal scenery, perfect for a long stroll in any weather.
- Llanishen reservoir
Walk around the reservoir or follow the Nant Fawr trail which connects Waterloo Gardens in the south with the Ridgeway walk in the north
- Roath Park Lake
Walking your dog around the lake is always an enjoyable experience. There is plenty of thriving wildlife around, beautiful flowers and smells in the wild gardens.
- Fforest Fawr
Circular walking trail and two trails to Castell Coch.
Watch the channel on TV