Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in Europe

If your dog likes to ruff it, bring Fido hiking in Europe. Our dog friendly hiking section includes everything from easy one-hour walks to fantastic overnight trips in Europe that won’t be soon forgotten. Seriously, go take a hike!

Pet Friendly Allmend Brunau Sports Ground
Allmend Brunau Sports Ground Allmend Brunau Sports Ground is pet-friendly. It's a nice place for dogs to stretch their legs and meet some other pups. The park isn't fenced, so you'll need to keep Fido on a leash during the visit. Allmend Brunau is open Monday through Friday from 7am until 10pm and Saturday to Sunday from 8am until 6pm. See Details
Pet Friendly Cedars Park
Cedars Park Cedars Park is a historic public park originally the site of Theobalds Palace in Waltham Cross, England. The park has paved walking trails where dogs are welcome and dog water bowls are scattered throughout the park. See Details
Cliffs of Moher - Visitor Centre Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre is pet-friendly. One of Ireland's most loved natural attractions, the cliffs are home to a number of different trails for you and your pooch to explore together. The breathtaking Cliffs of Moher, situated in County Clare along the wild Atlantic Way have faced the Atlantic for over 350 million years. The centre is open every day of the week from 8am to 9pm. See Details
Merrion Square Merrion Square is pet-friendly. Bring your leashed pup on the paved trails of this historic Dublin park. On your wanders, you'll discover an sculpture of famed writer, Oscar Wilde; lovely trees and events throughout the year. Take a break on a bench and soak in the historic culture. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that is left behind. See Details
West Highland Way West Highland Way is dog-friendly. One of Scotland's best loved long distance walking routes, it's the perfect place to take Fido for a walk. The trail stretches 96 miles from Milngavie, north of Glasgow, to Fort William in the Scottish Highlands, but you can choose your route. See Details
Gougane Barra National Forest Park Gougane Barra National Forest Park is pet-friendly. An area of wild and beautiful scenery, this magnificent park covers more than 339 acres of land. Located at the edge of the Sheehy mountains, hiking is afoot for you and your pooch at this place of natural beauty. Dog owners are reminded to keep pups leashed and to clean up any mess left behind. See Details
English Garden One of the largest urban parks in the world, the English Garden is dog-friendly! Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners as they explore the 48.5-mile network of paths. The English Garden also features a beautiful vista of the city by the Monopteros, a beer garden, and a Japanese tea-house on the southern end of the park. Dog owners should be aware that its water canal can have strong currents in some areas. Dogs are not allowed in the Park's playgrounds. See Details
Glacier Des Bossons Glacier Des Bossons is a pet-friendly hike in Chamonix, France. Dogs are welcome to join their owners along the trail that leads through wooded areas to views of the snowy mountains. You may even discover some wreckage from two airline crashes in the mid 20th century, once covered by the glacier. See Details
Mizen Head Signal Station Mizen Head Signal Station is pet-friendly. Bring your pooch along to see the coastal views on the pet-friendly trails that lead to this signal station. The paved trail is fun and easy for most levels of walker to enjoy. Dogs are welcome, although they must be picked up after along the way. See Details
Victoria Park Victoria Park is pet-friendly. This popular park in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets in the East London is one of London's most visited green spaces with approximately 9 million visitors every year. Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners throughout the park. See Details
Bois de la Cambre Bois de la Cambre is pet-friendly. This park is part of the old Forest of Soignes. On weekends, some routes are closed to cars, allowing dog walkers to have free roam with other pedestrians. Take the pet-friendly ferry across to to the cocktail bar in the middle of the lake and enjoy the views together. The park is always open. Leashed pups should be cleaned up after. See Details
Krka National Park Krka National Park is dog-friendly! Leashed pets are allowed to explore the area, which is a vast and primarily unaltered landscape, including one or more preserved ecosystems. It features a series of seven waterfalls, the Krka River, the Oziđana cave, a fifteenth-century Franciscan Monastery and more. Pets must have on a muzzle during transport (bus and boat). They are not allowed on Visovac Island. They are allowed to explore the wider area of the Krka Monastery, but they are not permitted to enter the monastery. Entrance fees vary seasonally, so dog owners should check out its official website before planning their outing. See Details
Padley Gorge Padley Gorge is pet-friendly. Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners on this beautiful countryside trail between the village of Grindleford and the A6187 road. Stroll on the pathway over rolling green hills together and gaze upon streams, woodland and a bounty of green. Make sure you clean up any mess that your pooch leaves behind. See Details
Natuurgebied Dintelse Gorzen Natuurgebied Dintelse Gorzen is pet-friendly. Leashed pups can join you to discover the interesting wildlife that lives at this nature park. Watch as the cows graze and the birds take a dip in the pools of water. It is recommended that you wear boots as it can get muddy. The trail is around five miles and is moderately difficult. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess that their pups leave behind to preserve the cleanliness of the nature park. See Details
Fairfield Horseshoe Trail Fairfield Horseshoe Trail is pet-friendly. Start the trail at Rydal Road car park in Ambleside, just off of Rydal Road. This moderate, 11 mile trail is popular among hill runners, starting off with a steep incline and then a flatter stretch on the top. See Details
Raymond VI Garden Raymond VI Garden is pet-friendly. You and your pooch will be afforded stunning views over the Garonne River from the spacious green lawns that contrast nicely with the pink brick walls of the Museum of Modern Art of Les Abattoirs. Dogs are allowed on leash, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them. The park is open every day of the week from 7:45am to 7:30pm. See Details
Parc du Vinaigrier Parc du Vinaigrier is a dog-friendly 31 hectare park in Nice, FR. Leashed dogs are welcome to join you as you take a stroll on the dirt path that meanders around the mountain. You'll have excellent views of the olive trees and the city below. An interpretive path provides a history lesson on the preserved traditional farm on the property. See Details
Broxbourne Woods Broxbourne Woods is a dog-friendly outdoor recreation area in Hertford, UK. Leashed dogs are welcome to join you on the Sculpture Trail. The trail is approximately 1.7 km long, mostly flat, and features nine sculptures. See Details
Brijuni National Park Brijuni National Park, located in Fažana, Croatia, welcomes leashed dogs. Fido must be with you at all times and be walked on a leash in areas where pets are allowed. Brijuni National Park is a picturesque island situated off the coast of Fažana and a very popular attraction for those exploring the history of this area, to see wildlife, take excursions, and embark on fun outdoor pursuits. Check the website for Brijuni National Park to plan your visit with Fido. See Details
Bangour Village Hospital Bangour Village Hospital is pet-friendly. This former asylum was once used as a war hospital. The hospital has been abandoned for a number of years but you are free to walk the grounds with your pooch and soak in the eerie atmosphere. The derelict village is a fascinating place to explore together with your leashed pup. The area is open all day, every day, but would you really want to brave it at night? See Details
Promenade Maurice Rouvier The walk along the Promenade Maurice Rouvier is pet-friendly. It takes you on a 1.3 km stroll along the Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat bay, offering panoramic views of the sea and surrounding villages. The trail begins in front of the town hall and is accessible. The paved pathway makes this trail easy and there's no steps to contest either. See Details
Hyde Park Hyde Park is pet-friendly. One of London's finest historic landscapes covering 142 hectares (350 acres), the largest of four Royal parks across the city is a must-visit for pups. There is something for everyone in Hyde Park. With over 4,000 trees, a lake, a meadow, horse rides and more it is easy to forget you're in the middle of London. Please note that dogs are not allowed in the Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain, Lido swimming area, Serpentine Lake, or Bowling Green and Tennis centre area, and that dogs must be leashed in the Rose Garden and at the edge of Serpentine Lake. See Details
Fitzgerald Park This is just a normal park where you can go and wander about. Here you will find joggers, walkers and just people enjoying the flow of the river Lee. You will also encounter other people with dogs in the park and mingling is very easy as you get to talk about pets and almost everything. The river is ideal as dogs get to cool down after a long walk. Dogs must wear a leash throughout the park. See Details
Gleninchaquin Park We are a working sheep farm but combine this with several great trails ranging from a gentle meander around the pastures, a stroll along the river and the falls and on to mountain trails taking anything from 2 to 7 hours. We welcome 'Fido' and only ask that he/she/they are kept on the lead close to the livestock. Once out on the open trails then its 'away you go'.Our website has details of all the walks. Bring a picnic, spend as long as you like. A lovely day for all ages and Fido will love it. Lots of water and so much space.
We are just 35 minutes drive from Kenmare, Co. Kerry.
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