Weekend Dog Walking Adventures
Our Weekend Dog Walking Adventures are a minimum 2 hours of fun at a location a bit further afield, providing your dog with the opportunity to go somewhere different and hike, play and explore. We hand-pick dog walking locations that are appropriate for the group that day and the location is usually no longer than one hour away from Bristol.
For Weekend Adventure group walks your dog will need to be well socialised and reasonably fit. Solo adventures are also available and are tailored to your dog’s requirements.
Weekend Adventure packages:
- 1 hour adventure £25
- 2 hour adventure £30
Contact us for more information.
Your dog will be collected from their home and transported in an air-conditioned vehicle with comfortable and secure crates.
The day will start with a hike, allowing the dogs to do some exploring and socialise with the rest of the pack. We stop off for plenty of breaks for fresh water. Stimulating games are played to give your dogs mind a work out. During the summer we select walks with streams so your dog can cool off.
Dogs are provided with a refreshing bowl of water, towel cleaned and dropped home for a much needed nap.
Some of our favourite adventure walks
Crook Peak is part of the Mendip hills and one of our favourite dog walking locations.
The walk begins through the woods and up a hill then out to open grassland where you can follow the hill up to Wavering Down and Crook Peak.
It’s really dog friendly and there are a variety of routes to explore.
Black Rock, Long Wood and Velvet Bottom Wildlife Trust reserves make up the Cheddar Complex.
Beautiful location for dogs to explore the flat grassy tiered areas, ancient woodlands and play in the streams
This is a National Trust signposted route that takes in the stunning views around the beautiful city of Bath. The Bath Skyline walk is 6 miles and is a great dog walk with a variety of terrains.
The whole route is fantastic for a solo dog walking adventure where your dog will explore and sniff around the woods, play games in the open grass areas and enjoy the countryside.
For our group adventure days we take a slightly different route to the way-marked footpath and we walk through valleys, woodlands and meadows.