Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in Glacier, WA

There’s 1 dog friendly hiking trail in Glacier, and 4 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 Glacier.

Pet Friendly Tomyhoi Lake
Tomyhoi Lake Tomyhoi Lake is a 10 mile hike in Mt. Baker - Snoqualmie National Forest that will take about 7 hours to complete with Fido. The views from the lake include many majestic summits. If wildlife is your thing, than keep an eye out for deer, black bear, mountain goats, and other critters. See Details
Pet Friendly Skyline Divide
Skyline Divide Skyline Divide is a 6 mile hike in Mt. Baker - Snoqualmie National Forest that will take about 4 hours or more to complete with Fido. This trail is a great way to get many features all in one nice hike. Explore the old forests and alpine meadows while taking in the views of peaks and glacier-covered volcanoes. There is not a lot of climbing on this trail, but you will need to pack water. See Details
Damfino Lakes Damfino Lakes is a 7 mile hike in Mt. Baker - Snoqualmie National Forest that will take about 4 to 5 hours to complete with Fido. There are lots of huckleberries on the trail, and great views of the nearby mountains. See Details
Chain Lakes Trail Chain Lakes is a dog-friendly, 22-mile hike in Wenatchee National Forest that takes two days to complete with Fido. This trail starts by climbing the slopes of a ski area, then enters alpine meadows before passing pristine lakes. This trail gets a lot of sun and it is important to stay hydrated. There are several opportunities for your dog to get water at the various lakes, tarns, and creeks. See Details
Welcome Pass Welcome Pass is a 6 mile hike in Mt. Baker - Snoqualmie National Forest that will take about 5 hours to complete with Fido. This steadily climbing trail will have your muscles working as you gain 1000 feet of elevation every mile and conquer the switchbacks. You will want to be sure both you and your dog are conditioned for this trail and be sure to pack plenty of water for you both. See Details