Dog Friendly Girdwood, AK

Dog Friendly Girdwood, AK

Need help deciding where to stay, play, or eat with your dog in Girdwood, AK? Get the scoop on our favorite pet friendly hotels, restaurants, and activities in Girdwood, AK below! Or give us a call at 877-411-FIDO to book your dog-friendly vacation in Girdwood, AK now.


There are 5 pet friendly hotels in Girdwood, AK. You'll find information on all the most popular pet friendly hotels, vacation rentals, bed & breakfasts, and campgrounds in Girdwood, AK below.

Pet Friendly Ski Inn in Girdwood, AK
Ski Inn welcomes two dogs of any size for an additional fee of $25 per pet, per night, plus a refundable deposit of $100 per stay. However, dogs are only permitted in four rooms on the ground floor. Guests traveling with dogs must call 877-411-3436 prior to booking to verify availability of a pet-friendly room or risk not being able to check in with a dog and/or incurring any associated cancellation penalties. Dog towels and sheets are available at the front desk, and there is a grassy area for dog relief on the property. Cats are not permitted.
Pet Friendly Cozy Downstairs Apartment in Girdwood, AK
Pets of any size are welcome at this 1-bedroom Airbnb rental in Girdwood for an additional fee of $50 per pet, per stay. Please contact Bethany for any questions prior to booking.


Get out and play! There is 1 dog friendly activity in Girdwood, AK. You'll find information on our favorite dog parks, beaches, hiking trails, tours, stores, and lots of other "animal attractions" in Girdwood, AK below.

Pet Friendly Winner Creek Trail in Girdwood, AK
Winner Creek Trail is a dog-friendly trail in Alaska. Split into two sections, Upper and Lower, this easy three-mile hike is just 45 minutes away from the largest city in the state, Anchorage. The Lower section of this trail is the most popular for visitors, and it’s not hard to see why. Hike the first section on a boardwalk, then a firm dirt trail through the northernmost forest in North America, and arrive at Winner Creek Gorge. You can view the water gushing through a section of rock just 15-feet wide from a solid wooden bridge above. Wander a little further forward and you get to the piece de resistance, the hand tram. Dogs are welcome to join their owners on the trams, as long as they don’t mind being a little uncomfortable on the metal grating of the floor. You’ll feel a real thrill on this one-of-a-kind section of the hike. Step into a metal cage, and slowly pull yourself out and over Glacier Creek, more than a hundred feet below. The upper section of the trail is much newer, so some of it remains undeveloped. However, if you can make it over the short water crossings, the alpine views across Berry Pass are some of the most stunning in the whole state.

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