Dog Friendly Activities in Post, OR

There are 2 dog friendly activities in Post. 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 Post.

Pet Friendly Independent Mine to Lookout Mountain Summit Trail
Independent Mine to Lookout Mountain Summit Trail Independent Mine to Lookout Mountain Summit Trail is a moderately easy, 5 mile hike in Ochoco National Forest that will take about 5 hours to complete with Fido. Three different trails lead to the summit of Lookout Mountain from this trailhead. The hike mentioned here is meant to depart on Trail 808A, which follows an old mining road, is partly shaded, but has no water on it. The return hike is meant to be down 808, but those looking for an easier hike with a lot of water and shade may opt to take 808 as an out-and-back hike. Please note that Northwest Forest Pass required. See Details
Pet Friendly Round Mountain Trail
Round Mountain Trail Round Mountain Trail is a moderately easy, 8.4 mile hike in Ochoco National Forest that will take about 4 hours to complete with Fido. Enjoy the panoramic views from atop Round Mountain as you look out onto Big Summit Prairie and the Cascade peaks. You will want to bring water along for the hike, but Walton Lake, located by the trailhead, makes for a refreshing swim. Please note that Northwest Forest Pass required. See Details
Twin Pillars Trail Twin Pillars Trail is a moderately easy, 10 mile hike in Ochoco National Forest that will take about 5 to 6 hours to complete with Fido. Just outside of Wildcat Campground you will find the trailhead in the parking lot. Please note that Northwest Forest Pass required. See Details
Lookout Mountain Trail Lookout Mountain Trail is a moderately easy, 15 mile hike in Ochoco National Forest that will take about 6 hours to complete with Fido. Head to Lookout Mountain's flat summit via this trail through ponderosa pine and mountain mahogany; you may even see wild horses along the way. Bring water with you on this hike. Please note that Northwest Forest Pass required. See Details