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The town of Mammoth Lakes California is one of the best places in the state to take a dog walk. This mountain town is close to the Mammoth Mountain ski resort and is home to avid outdoor recreationists who made sure the town had plenty of access to trails and walkways to support healthy outdoor lifestyles. Mammoth Lakes is also a dog-loving town, and your pup will have plenty of company and friends to play with on many of the trails.

The Mammoth Lakes trail system provides 300 miles of soft-soil, paved, and mixed surface trails to stretch your legs and walk your dog. These trails also connect to the Inyo National Forest to further your adventure and explore even more of this beautiful area. Whether you have an energetic dog who loves to run or an older dog who enjoys a quiet ramble, you can find the perfect dog walking trail in Mammoth Lakes.

Terrain in Mammoth Lakes
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TOPOGRAPHIC RELIEF
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This 300-mile trail system has something for everyone and can accommodate multiple uses for any kind of recreation you are looking for. There are several paved trails that are perfect for family walks with a stroller, biking with your dog, or for people and pups who prefer more even walking terrain. There are also plenty of dirt paths of varying terrain and difficulty that provide mountain-loving people and dogs more of a wilderness experience. If you can't decide on the terrain, there are also trails that switch between paved and dirt, all with beautiful sights to see.

The trails consist of out-and-backs, loop trails that start and end in the same place, and a whole host of options. You can find shorter trails without steep elevation gain and longer trails that will challenge you and your dog. You can also connect trails to create your own customized adventure, all within close proximity to the town amenities.

Greenways in Mammoth Lakes
60 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in Mammoth Lakes have an average of:
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The Town Loop Trail is the first dog-walking path you'll want to get to know in Mammoth Lakes. This 7.3-mile loop trail winds its way around the downtown, through local neighborhoods, shops, and restaurants. Many of the other trails branch off from this loop trail, and you and your dog will have a great walk while getting to know this cute little town. The entire path is paved and perfect for strollers, bikes, and those who want a smooth walk.

For a scenic stroll in nature, try out the Horseshoe Lake Loop. This 1.7-mile loop is soft dirt and gravel with a few paved sections and follows the shoreline of beautiful Horseshoe Lake. It cuts across the south side of the lake through a lodgepole pine forest before linking up with the Lake Basin path to bring you back to the trailhead.  This trail is perfect for families and dogs who love to take a dip during their walks. 

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