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  • Writer's pictureMcKenna Rieger

Top 5 Dog-Friendly Hikes in SLC (from our experience)

Hope your furry friends enjoy some of these!

  1. Neff’s Canyon

    1. 4326 White Way, Salt Lake City

    2. 5.5-mile round-trip hike that can be moderate to difficult, depending on how far you and your fur-baby want to go

    3. No leashes required

  2. Bonneville Shoreline

    1. Choose-your-own-adventure escapade. Nearly any offshoot trail you choose will eventually meet back up with the main trail; the question is, how much wandering do you (and your furry friend) want to do?

  3. Millcreek Canyon

    1. East on 3800 South (Mill Creek Canyon Road) from 3500 East (Wasatch Blvd.), Salt Lake City

    2. Off-leash every other day (odd days - the 1st, 3rd, 5th…etc. of the month)

    3. Local dogs love Dog Lake trail because at the end of the trail is a really nice lake to swim in

  4. Heugh’s Canyon

    1. 3522 Canyon Winds Ln, Holladay

    2. Leashes required

  5. Ferguson Canyon

    1. 7721 Timberline Dr, Cottonwood Heights

    2. The trailhead is located in a neighborhood but AllTrails can easily guide you to the small parking lot

    3. Leashes required

BONUSES:

Mount Olympus (5789 Wasatch Blvd, Holladay), for those doggos that can handle it! There is a class 3 scramble to the peak so bring your dog at your own risk; our two made it to the peak with us but we helped them up. Be sure to bring lots of water. No leashes required

Tanner Park (2760 South (Heritage Way) 2695 East, Salt Lake City). If you have a social pup who just wants more social interaction in his life, head to Tanner Park! No leashes required.



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