Pet Friendly Hiking Trails in Wyoming

Ski Lake Trail, Bridger-Teton National Forest

Ski Lake is a beautiful lake located in Bridger-Teton National Forest. This little piece of heaven offers not only breathtaking views but also a kind of tranquility that is hard to find elsewhere. The trail that leads the way to the Ski Lake is a 5 mile hiking trail that is accessible from Wilson. It is both, kid friendly and dog friendly. So, you might see many people hiking with dogs here. People who love to indulge in bird watching also frequent this place as a lot of native species call this place their home. From March to October is deemed to be the best time to go hiking at Ski Lake Trail.

Tongue River Canyon, Bighorn National Forest

The trail that takes hikers through the Tongue River Canyon is about 4.7 miles long. It is located at Bighorn National Forest. The difficulty level of this hiking trail has been rated as moderate. It is a kid friendly and dog friendly hiking trail. Which means that while planning to go hiking at this location, no one gets left behind at home and the whole family can have a great hiking trip together. Along with hiking, the trail is also used for mountain biking. You can even go fishing at this place. Tongue River Canyon has been blessed with a rich flora and fauna. So, you’ll get to see many native species while hiking through the serene wilderness. The best time to visit this trail is thought to be from April to September.

Popo Agie Falls Trail, Shoshone National Forest

Popo Agie Falls Trail is a 3.3. mile hiking trail that has been rated as an easy hike. It is accessible from the city of Lander. While hiking at this trail, you get to walk along a dirt path, through meadows with vibrant wildflowers. The calmness you feel inside your soul while hiking through this trail is something that is hard to find. Popo Agie Falls Trail is known to be one of the best dog hikes in the state. So, you can take your furbaby with you when you go hiking at this place. Many people use this trail for horseback riding as well. So, if your pupper doesn’t do well around horses, then it is best to keep him/her on a leash while hiking there. Popo Agie Falls Trail is a kid friendly trail as well.

Medicine Bow Peak Trail, Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest

Medicine Bow Peak Trail is a 3.2 mile hiking trail located at Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest. It is accessible from Centennial. Tall majestic mountains, a lake, rocks and boulders strewn across a meadow with delicate yellow & purple wildflowers, a cool breeze and gorgeous panoramic views— that’s what you find while hiking at this peaceful hiking trail. Medicine Bow Peak Trail is a pet friendly hiking trail. So, you can take your furbaby with you when you go hiking at this trail. You won’t find much shade there. So, bring extra drinking water for both you and your pupper. From May to October is considered to be the best time to visit the Medicine Bow Peak Trail.

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