Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in Moab, UT

There are 8 dog-friendly hiking trails in Moab. 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 Moab.

Pet Friendly Corona Arch
Corona Arch Corona Arch is a dog-friendly hiking spot in Moab, UT that leads to views of a large sandstone arch at the trail's end, reminiscent of the much larger landmark in the area, the Rainbow Bridge. You and Fido can take on one of the trails that begin at Corona Arch Trailhead. This region is known for their arches, and Corona doesn't disappoint. See Details
Pet Friendly Grandstaff Canyon Trail
Grandstaff Canyon Trail Grandstaff Canyon Trail in Moab, UT is pet friendly. Cut into the Navajo Sandstone by a small, perennial stream that begins about six miles from the southern shore of the Colorado River, this canyon trail winds along the stream through an oasis of cottonwood and willow trees, cut off from the desert above by towering sandstone cliffs. Morning Glory Natural Bridge spans the head of one of Grandstaff Canyon’s side canyons at the end of the trail. Leashed dogs are welcome on two-mile long trail to Morning Glory Bridge. See Details
Arches National Park Located north of Moab in Utah, Arches National Park is famous for being home to more than 200 stunning rock arches and other interesting rock formations. Leashed dogs are welcome, but activities with pets are limited. Dogs are allowed on all park roads, in parking areas, picnic areas and Devils Garden Campground. Unfortunately, dogs aren't welcome at any overlooks, on trails or the visitor center. See Details
Ken's Lake Ken's Lake is a pet-friendly outdoor area with trails and water access in Moab, UT. Enjoy more than three miles of trails with your leashed pup and then cool off in the water of the lake. The rocky scenery is beautiful and well worth visiting for a day. There's a campsite located here, too. Make sure your pooch is under voice control. See Details
Dead Horse Point State Park Visitor Center Nature Trail The Visitor Center Nature Trail is a pet-friendly trail located inside Dead Horse Point State Park in Moab, UT. Fido is welcome to join you on this paved path, but dogs must remain on a leash. Visitors can enjoy views of the basin, Chimney Rock and the La Sal Mountains. See Details
Canyonlands National Park Bring Fido to pet-friendly Canyonlands National Park in Moab, UT! The Park offers limited activities for leashed dogs. Fido is allowed on Willow Flat and Squaw Flat campgrounds, on paved scenic drives, parking lots, and on the Potash/Shafer Canyon road between Moab and Island in the Sky. Dogs are not allowed on overlooks, on any hiking trails, on the rivers, or in the backcountry, including if your pet is in a vehicle on a backcountry road. Canyonlands National Park is open all day, year-round; although, some facilities may close during the winter season. Dog owners can check out Canyonlands' official website for information on entrance fees. See Details
Professor Creek and Mary Jane Canyon Trail Bring Fido to hike the pet-friendly Professor Creek and Mary Jane Canyon Trail in Moab, UT. This 7.6-mile out-and-back trek will take you along the creek as it runs through the canyon, which eventually leads to a small waterfall. Dogs are welcome on this moderately challenging route but must remain leashed. See Details
Great Escape Bike Trail Great Escape Mountain Bike Trail in Moab, UT is pet friendly. Great Escape starts to your right at a small trailhead connecting to Getaway and Arth's Corner. The trail stops off at great overlooks, heading out over wavy slickrock. The trail will make you feel like you're on the most remote pathway in the world. See Details