We asked readers the best place to take your dog for a walk, here are your answers:

1. Barrow Park: Just off Abbey Road, Barrow Park is perfectly placed for dog walkers in Barrow to enjoy a stroll and a chance to let their four legged friends get a good run around.

2. Roanhead beach: A beach which proved popular amongst Mail readers with a number of recommendations. Roanhead beach can be found just south of Askam and offers some great walks through the dunes and some beautiful views.

3. How Tun Woods: Another popular walk with multiple recommendations. How Tun woods, near Ormsgill was planted by people in the community as a celebration of the millennium. This circular walk offers some great views for owners to enjoy whilst their canine companions are enjoying their much needed exercise.

4.Biggar village to Earnse Bay: This 2.3 mile walk along Walney Island has some glorious views of the coast.

5. Ford Park: Based on the edge of Ulverston, Ford Park has lots to offer for dog walkers but also families, keen gardeners and fans of the outdoors. The park is full for some great walks and beautiful scenery.

6.Abbots Wood: A popular woodland trail based in thr grounds of Furness Abbey. Abbots wood provides some excellent walks for dog walkers in a lovely setting, you can also stop and visit the cafe.

7. Sandscale Nature Reserve: With magnificent views, vast stretches of sand dunes and lovely forest areas. Sandscale Nature Reserve has much to offer for people and dogs in the surrounding area. Dogs are also welcomed in to a number of the cafes in the nature reserve, meaning dog walkers and dogs can enjoy a rest and a refreshing drink before setting off again to further explore the reserve.

It is now wonder it was picked as a favourite for dog walkers in the community.

8.Mill Woods: Found on the outskirts of Dalton, Mill Woods is a beautiful forested area where dogs can roam around to their hearts content whilst their owners take in the lovely surroundings of the wood.

9.Channelside: Walk along Walney channel from the Dock Museum to the slag banks and enjoy the views towards Walney and Black Combe.

10. Black Combe: A fell nestled in Copeland not far from Millom. Black Combe offers some amazing views for walkers who reach the top but also those who choose not to attempt the climb and even walkers who admire it from as far away as Barrow. Black Combe is a great place for dog walkers and anyone who enjoys time in the outdoors.