Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in British Columbia

If your dog likes to ruff it, bring Fido hiking in British Columbia. Our dog friendly hiking section includes everything from easy one-hour walks to fantastic overnight trips in British Columbia that won’t be soon forgotten. Seriously, go take a hike!

Pet Friendly Botanical Beach
Botanical Beach Botanical Beach is a sightseeing marine destination located on the west coast if Vancouver Island near Port Renfrew. Dogs are allowed but must be kept on leash... black bear and cougar may be present See Details
Pet Friendly Mama Bears Trail of Tears
Mama Bears Trail of Tears A beautiful forest trail maintained by the Cumberland Forest Society and popular with local dog owners. Located off Comox Lake Road in the Cumberland Community Forest. See Details
Courtenay Air Park A wheel chair accessible paved path that parallels the water. Popular with dog walkers, strollers, and runners (Please note that leashes are mandatory on this trail). See Details
Salt Spring Island Hiking Trails Salt Spring has incredible hiking trails that are dog friendly. Three of our hikes take you and your dog up to mountain summits with spectacular views over the Southern Gulf Island of British Columbia in Canada. Trails vary from Easy short hikes in beautiful rainforests and along country road trails to moderate hikes through groves of Arbutus, Garry Oak and Popular trees to difficult hikes up rock and root laden paths up our mountains. See Details
Kenna Cartwright Park Over 40 km of off-leash trails spread over 800 hectares. Owners can hike or mountain bike with their dog on single and double-track trails. See Details
Alice Lake Provincial Park Alice Lake Provincial Park is pet-friendly. Surrounded by towering mountains, dense forests and grassy areas, there are four fresh water lakes to enjoy. Dogs must be on a leash at all times and are not allowed on the Alice Lake Trail, beach, playground or picnic areas See Details
Pacific Spirit Regional Park Pacific Spirit Regional Park is pet-friendly. This popular park attracts walkers, runners and joggers of all levels to enjoy the 30 miles of trails. Dogs on leash are allowed on the trails, except for beaches or locations where a sign is posted. There is also an off-leash area in this park. Pacific Spirit Regional Park is open every day of the week from 7am until 10pm. See Details
Mount Revelstoke National Park Mount Revelstoke National Park is pet-friendly. You'll find lots of different hikes to choose from once you drive to the top of this national park. Dogs are not allowed on the shuttle van, but are welcome on the lower slopes of Mount Revelstoke, but must remain on a leash at all times. Off-leash dogs can disturb and injure wildlife or trigger aggressive responses from predators such as bears. Clean up any mess that your pooch leaves behind. See Details
Yoho National Park Yoho National Park is pet-friendly. Named for a Cree expression of awe and wonder, Yoho lies on the western slopes of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners on the awesome hiking trails that wind around the mountains. For the safety and comfort of the wildlife in the park, dogs must remain leashed at all times. See Details
Glacier National Park Glacier National Park is pet-friendly. Scale its heights following trails pioneered by legendary Swiss mountain guides, take a gentle stroll amid moss-draped old-growth cedars or hike through alpine meadows strewn with lichen-covered boulders. Dogs are welcome if they are leashed, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them. See Details
The Butze Rapids Loop Trail The Butze Rapids Loop Trail is pet-friendly. Dogs are welcome on this easy hike. There are some hills, coastal rainforest pathways and a viewing platform. The loop will bring you right back where you started. Depending on the season you go you will see different kinds of flora and fauna. The Butze Rapids are a natural feature due to the tide around Kaien Island, which causes Fern Passage to reverse on each tide. See Details
Campbell Creek Nature Park Campbell Creek Nature Park is pet-friendly. Featuring off-leash trails and several small access points to the South Thompson River, this is a picturesque place to take your pooch for a wander. There's a small dirt parking lot next to Fountain Tire and the Lafarge Road Bridge, too. See Details
Valleyview Nature Park Valleyview Nature Park is pet-friendly. Enjoy this open space with your pooch by your side. Explore the trails that wind around this park in Kamloops. There's no need for the constraints of a leash at this spot, as long as your dog is under voice command. Make sure you clean any mess up that your pets leave behind. See Details
North River Park North River Park is pet-friendly. Enjoy this open space with your pooch by your side. There's no need for the constraints of a leash at this spot, as long as your dog is under voice command. Make sure you clean any mess up that your pets leave behind. See Details
Batchelor Nature Park Batchelor Nature Park is pet-friendly. This green space is a popular place to bring your leashed pup for a nice walk in Kamloops. Dog owners are reminded to keep their pets under control and to clean up any mess that they leave behind. See Details
Dallas-Barnhartvale Nature Park Dallas-Barnhartvale Nature Park is pet-friendly. Dogs are welcome to join their owners off-leash, as long as they are under voice control. You and your pooch can explore winding trails, pause for a picnic, and journey through the wetland together. See Details
Mission Flats Nature Park Mission Flats Nature Park is pet-friendly. Dogs are allowed off leash if they are under voice command. Make sure you clean up any mess that your pet leaves behind. See Details
Cottonwood Island Nature Park Cottonwood Island Nature Park is pet-friendly. This trail system is open year-round. A 32-hectare park part of the Heritage River Trail System, connects a number of other parks along the Nechako and Fraser rivers. The trails wind along the Nechako River's shoreline. Leashed dogs are welcome on the trail, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them. See Details
Monmouth Park Monmouth Park is pet-friendly. Enjoy this open space with your pooch by your side. There's no need for the constraints of a leash at this spot, as long as your dog is under voice command. Make sure you clean any mess up that your pets leave behind. See Details
Pineview Valley Park Pineview Valley Park is pet-friendly. Dogs are welcome on a leash, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them. This recreation area centers around Python Lake. The park also includes a number of trails you can explore with your pooch. See Details
West Highlands Park West Highlands Park is pet-friendly. Dogs are allowed to join their owners at this park on a leash. Explore the trails during the day or night, which are lit by streetlights. The pathway can be used by joggers, cyclers and dog walkers alike. See Details
Waterfront Park Waterfront Park is pet-friendly. Wander alongside the South Thompson River with your pooch by your side. Leashed pups are welcome, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them. See Details
Aberdeen Hills Park Aberdeen Hills Park is pet-friendly. This park in Kamaloops includes a nice grassy area that you can enjoy with your leashed pup. Dogs are not allowed in the children's playground. See Details
Peterson Creek Park Dogs are welcome to join their owners at Peterson Creek Park. This is a great family hiking and picnicking area located just off Columbia Street, near 6th Avenue. There are plenty of grassy areas, picnic tables, barbecues, and great hiking trails to enjoy with your pooch. Make sure you keep your dog under voice command and clean up any mess that they leave behind. See Details