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Dog Friendly Activities in Granby, CO

There are 3 dog friendly activities in Granby, and 10 more nearby. 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 Granby.

Pet Friendly Fraser River Trail
Fraser River Trail The Fraser River Trail is a multi-use trail that's a great place to walk Fido in Granby! The map below shows a trailhead where you can pick up the Fraser River Trail. Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has generously provided map data for this trail to Bring Fido for informational purposes only. For more detailed trail information, please visit TrailLink.com. See Details
Pet Friendly Never Summer Brewing Company
Never Summer Brewing Company Never Summer Brewing Company is a dog-friendly nanobrewery in Granby, CO. Leashed dogs are welcome to join you at a table in the taproom. There are ales, IPAs, and lagers on tap. Complimentary pretzels are served and outside food is welcome. See Details
Bark Park at Granby Trails Surrounded by beautiful mountains, the Bark Park at Granby Trails is an off-leash dog park with separate sections for small and large dogs. It also features a clean pond for animals to swim, and the whole park is fenced to allow Fido to run around freely. Hours of operation are daily from 8am to 6pm. See Details
St. Mary's Glacier Trail St. Mary's Glacier Trail is a beautiful hiking trail with great views from the top. Dogs are welcome but must be on a leash at all times. Within 30 minutes of setting off, you'll be at the top of the glacier enjoying the refreshing lake of St. Mary's. This is a moderate 2.4-mile trail that is highly trafficked by lots of pups. See Details
Grand Lake Touring Center Grand Lake Touring Center has 4 kilometers of dog-friendly ski and snowshoe trails. As long as your dog is friendly, she can be off-leash on the dog-friendly trails. See Details
Devil’s Thumb Ranch Both guests and day visitors are welcome at dog-friendly Devil Thumb's Ranch in Tabernash, CO, for skijoring in the winter and hiking year-round. With nearly 120 km of trails nestled in the pristine and private Ranch Creek valley at the base of the Continental Divide, Devil's Thumb Ranch is the premier Nordic center for Colorado and North American cross-country skiing. Novices can start the day with a private or group lesson from a friendly instructor. For skijoring, you must bring your own pet, as they don’t have any to adopt for the day. They recommend your dog is in good shape and at least 35 pounds for their own safety. Smaller pups are still welcome to enjoy our dog-friendly trails on a leash. Dogs on leashes are also welcome on dog-friendly hiking trails. Activities fees vary for lodging guests and day visitors. See Details
Winter Park Resort Gondola Winter Park Resort Gondola is a dog-friendly activity in Winter Park, CO. Whether you are a resort guest or simply exploring this mountain town for the day, a scenic gondola ride gives you front-row views of the Continental Divide. Once you and Fido reach 10,700 ft, take a short walk to Venture Out Vista and admire stunning mountain peaks. One of the most popular trails at the top of Winter Park Gondola is Lower Roof of the Rockies. This 3.6 mile trail is ideal for all activity levels and leads hikers through a shaded forest and out onto a beautiful meadow with views across Fraser Valley. The gondola operates daily from June to October. Purchase of an Unlimited Activities Pass or Gondola Resort Pass is required. See Details
Arapaho National Forest, ARP Arapaho National Forest is dog-friendly! Established in 1908 by President Theodore Roosevelt, the Forest is part of the ARP and allows pets on a hand-held leash no longer than six feet in most wilderness areas. The ARP is the most-visited National Forest and Grassland for recreation in the nation and Arapaho offers a number of scenic drives and hiking trails. Dogs are not allowed in swimming areas or sanitary facilities and must be restrained or on a leash at all times while in developed recreation areas. For information on the areas of the Arapaho National Forest that charge usage, camping or parking fees, check out its official website. See Details
Hideaway Park Brewery Hideaway Park Brewery is a dog-friendly craft, nano-brewery in Winter Park, CO where Fido is welcome to join you on the outdoor patio or for a tour of the facility. As the owners are history buffs, they've named this brewery after the original settlement in their area of Hideaway Park. Try their Humulus experimental IPA, More Smiles dry hop ale, or Remy Dog pale ale while you're visiting! See Details
Colorado Mines Peak Colorado Mines Peak is a 3 mile hike in Arapaho National Forest that will take about 2 to 3 hours to complete with Fido. The hike to the peak is fairly short, but the views are spectacular and the trailhead is open year round at Berthoud Pass. Plus, since this is one of the easiest to climb of the 12,000 foot peaks in the Rockies, it's a 'must' for anyone visiting Denver with Fido. See Details
Stanley Mountain Trail Stanley Mountain Trail is a 6.5 mile hike in Arapaho National Forest that will take about 6 hours to complete with Fido. This trail follows the Continental Divide Trail across Berthoud Pass and is above the timberline. It is a good idea to make this an early hike and to bring supplies, especially water. See Details
Mount Flora Trail Mount Flora Trail is a 5 mile hike in Arapaho National Forest that will take about 6 hours to complete with Fido. Before departing on this hike you will want to be sure to bring water, as there are not any streams or lakes. You will be above the timberline and at the mercy of the weather. Fido can run free but be sure to keep him from chasing ptarmigans and picas. See Details
Rocky Mountain National Park Rocky Mountain National Park in Estes Park is pet-friendly. Dogs are not permitted on trails or in the backcountry of the park, but they can join you in areas accessed by vehicles, including roadsides, parking areas, picnic areas and campgrounds. They must be kept on a leash no longer than six feet and attended at all times. See Details