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Adventure Walks

From Beach to High Peaks

This is definitely not your average
dog walking service!

Adventure Walks

If you are looking for something more than an average 1-hour dog walk or half-day dog daycare or an alternative to full-day dog daycare then our adventure walks are a great way to keep your dog occupied throughout the day.

We tested the idea back in early 2020 with great success but unfortunately, Covid halted the rollout. However, we now have the opportunity to add this exciting service to our portfolio.  

Adventure walks are one of the best ways to stimulate and enrich your dog’s mind. Covering fresh ground on our trips, your dog will investigate new and interesting sights, smells, and sounds – boosting their mental health and leaving you with a pooped pup at the end of the day! Our dog buses will travel to scenic locations for your dog to explore! 

Our walks don’t last an average of 1 or 1.5 hours, they last 3  hours, and they are adventures!

No local parks, going around the block, or on the odd bit of open space for us!  We go to exciting places like the beach, deep into forests, up the hills or deep into the woods. The dogs get some serious exercise, are mentally enriched and have fun enjoying the day with their dog friends

Specifically designed to suit various energy, health and age levels and all under the watchful eye of highly experienced, trained and insured professional dog walkers.

Hill Walks

Considering a dog walker but want a little more than the average 1 or 1.5 hour walk?

Beach Walks

The fun of walking the dogs on the beach with lots of  dunes, sand and water to play with.

Country Walks

Rural and forest walks with lots of places to explore and sniff along the way.

How it works!

You don’t have to commit to us for specified days or usage. Simply decide a date and walk you would like to book from our booking page. We have a range of locations, walk times and mileage to select from. We only ever walk 4 dogs per walker and therefore our walks can get booked up well in advance

We pick up from your home and the dogs are then transported in an air-conditioned, well lit, fully crated vehicle with soft bedding and taken to the walking location of the day.

From there they go for a walk with one of our experienced and fully trained dog walkers. We carry first aid packs, phones, water, treats GPS tracking and have the benefit of a backup team if needed.

Our walks give the dogs an extraordinary experience, unlocking their full potential and giving them the exercise and chance to explore that a normal walk allows.

Friendly Members Only!

For dogs wanting to join us on an adventure walk, we have a strict entrance criteria which involves an assessment from one of our qualified staff.

Only friendly, well-socialised dogs, are welcome to join and although we are massively flexible to how often you use our dog walking service. Regular visits ensure your dog will get to know our team and therefore everyone is familiar and friendly with each other.

We walk in all weathers and will try wherever possible to return your dog home towelled down and dry.

The Team Behind Adventure Walks

Have Experience Of  Over

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The Walks


Part of the wonderful Sandstone Trail, Raw Head Walk offers a shorter but no-less stunning walk that both you and your dog will love. The Sandstone Trail featured on Julia Bradbury’s “Top 100 Walks”, but at 34 miles long, it can be daunting and a few days trek. The Raw Head route offers a few hours walk along the trail, and includes climbing the highest point, allowing you to enjoy views of the picturesque countryside and to see the famous sandstone for yourself in a much shorter timeframe.

  • Walk Length: 9km
  • Difficulty: Hard
  • Terrain: Hills

    but the gentle terrain throughout the woodland, making it an ideal walk for all ages to enjoy and connect with nature. There are many trails within the forest, many of which are made from sandstone, meaning they are sturdy underfoot and less muddy than most woodland walks.

    The Old Pale trail is one of the tougher walks within Delamere due to its hill, but you are rewarded with beautiful views for the climb. On a good day, you can see as far as the Liverpool skyline. With such wonderful views and enjoyable trails, it’s no wonder that Delamere Forest is featured on almost every list of the best walks and dog walks in Cheshire.

    • Walk Length: 3.1km
    • Difficulty: Moderate
    • Terrain: Forrest

    Styal Wood & Quarry Bank Loop

    Starting at Lindow Common. Wilmslow, we make our way through open spaces and across the River Bollin. Then on through Quarry Bank Mill passing the old Styal Church before descending into Styal woods and picking up the Bollin again. Through the woods ending up near the Airport Inn. A quick lead up to cross the road, then through the fields near Morley Green before closing the loop back at Lindow Common.

    This is a great walk for the dogs and gives them open spaces to run around in, forrest tracks to explore, for the water babes, a chance to play in the Bollin and some climbs on the way.


    • Walk Length: 9 km
    • Difficulty: Moderate
    • Terrain: Forrest & Field

    Ainsdale Beach

    The beach here is backed by the same sand dunes that run along this section of the Sefton coast. Together they form one of the largest areas of wild dune land left in Britain. The Ainsdale and Birkdale Sandhills Local Nature Reserve covers 988 hectares of open dunes and beach and is home to a rich variety of flora and fauna.

    • Walk Length: Various
    • Difficulty: Easy
    • Terrain: Beach & Dune

    White Coppice

    On our walk, we encounter an old quarry, a pretty brook and a number of little cottages in the hamlet. 

    Footpaths pass along the reservoirs and the dogs can enjoy the waterfalls, streams, moorland trails and wooded areas 

    • Walk Length: Various
    • Difficulty: Moderate
    • Terrain: Hill