Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in Yakima, WA

There are 3 dog friendly hiking trail in Yakima. 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 Yakima.

Pet Friendly Norman & Nellie Byrd Dog Park
Norman & Nellie Byrd Dog Park Pets will love the chance to play off-leash in this 1.6-acre fenced dog park, which is located nearby the Greenway parking lot in Sherman park. This dog park is managed by the Central Washington Humane Society. See Details
Pet Friendly Shoe Lake Trail
Shoe Lake Trail Shoe Lake is a 14-mile hike in Wenatchee National Forest that will take about 8 hours to complete with Fido. This trail is a fine sample of what the Pacific Crest Trail is all about -- steep ridgeline hiking. Another highlight is the beautiful Shoe Lake Basin. Camping is not allowed at the lake. See Details
Cowiche Canyon Trail The Cowiche Canyon Trail is one of 1600 rail-trails supported by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that is working to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors. Previously an unused railroad corridor, this "rail-trail" is now a great place to walk Fido in Yakima! The map below shows a trailhead where you can pick up the Cowiche Canyon 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
Umtanum Canyon Umtanum Canyon is an 8 mile hike that will take about 4 to 6 hours to complete with Fido. The creek in this canyon is a beautiful oasis surrounded by cactus filled hills. Coyotes, rattlesnakes, raptors, and bighorn sheep are often seen in the canyon as well. See Details
Yakima Rim Skyline Trail Yakima Rim is an eight-mile hike that will take about four to six hours to complete with Fido. In the spring, this trail comes alive with blooming wildflowers and wandering mule deer, big horn sheep, and other wildlife. If hiking this trail in the summer, you will want to keep a watchful eye for rattlesnakes, scorpions, and black widow spiders. There is only one water source, so bring plenty along for both you and Fido. See Details