Dog Friendly Activities in Crested Butte, CO

There are 4 dog friendly activities in Crested Butte. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Crested Butte.

Pet Friendly Crested Butte Nordic Center
Crested Butte Nordic Center Enjoy skiing on Crested Butte's beautiful winter trails with your pup at dog-friendly Crested Butte Nordic Center in Colorado. Fido is welcome on the Town Ranch and Riverbend Trail as well as Rec Path on a leash. The West Side Trails require a pass, which allows your pup to join you on Pooch’s Paradise, Beaver Trail and Mike’s Mile. A pass isn't required for Kapushion Alley, but dogs must be under control, cleaned up after and within sight at all times. See Details
Pet Friendly Crested Butte Heritage Walking Tour
Crested Butte Heritage Walking Tour Bring Fido along as you take in the history of Crested Butte on the pet-friendly, self-guided Heritage Walking Tour in Colorado. The tour includes 42 historic homes, theatres, banks, schoolhouses, churches, and other buildings. Maps are available at the Crested Butte Mountain Heritage Museum. See Details
Townie Books Townie Books is a pet-friendly shop in Crested Butte, CO. Leashed dogs are welcome to browse the shelves with you for your next favorite book. Located adjacent to Rumors Coffee & Tea House, pups are invited to visit the bookshop and enjoy the cafe's outdoor patio with you in the summer. See Details
The Mountain Store The Mountain Store in Crested Butte, CO is pet friendly. This outdoor gear and clothing store allows your leashed pup to join you in selecting items for your next adventure. Browse their selection and pick out a fleece jacket or a new pair of hiking boots for your travels with Fido. See Details
Buckskin Pass Trail Buckskin Pass Trail is a 8.2 mile dog-friendly hike near Aspen, CO. Located within White River National Forest, this route will take about 6 hours to complete with Fido. From mid-June through September, Maroon Creek Road is restricted to vehicles from 9:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m. If hiking during this period, take the shuttle from Aspen Highlands Ski Area. The shuttle leaves every 20 minutes and dogs are allowed on the bus. Buckskin Pass Trail offers stunning views of Maroon Bells, Pyramid Peak, and Snowmass Lake. See Details
Ashcroft XC At Ashcroft Cross Country Ski, your pup is welcome to join you on 2 kilometers of pet-friendly public access trails. See Details
Dark Canyon Trail Dark Canyon Trail is a heavily-used route within Erickson Springs Recreation Area, adjacent to Erickson Springs Campground in Somerset, CO. This dog-friendly trail follows Anthracite Creek up through the towering rock walls of Dark Canyon. The route is usually accessible to hikers and horseback riders from early May, but visitors should be aware of ticks and fallen trees. See Details