Dog walking in Shoshone

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Dog Walking in Shoshone

Shoshone is a small town that sits on the edge of the Death Valley National Park. Sitting in between the mountains of Nevada and Baker, California, this small town is a great getaway if Fido is looking for a quiet place to relax and hike around with you. With one veterinarian in town, your dog will be in good hands while hanging out with you in Shoshone.

Take a great hike on the Shoshone Badlands Hiking Trail. The trail is about three miles long and will take you through the Amargosa Desert where you and Fido can explore. Beware that this trail does not offer any shade, and there is a lot of wildlife, like rattlesnakes and coyotes. While hiking, you can enjoy a beautiful scenic view of the desert and the mountains that surround you. 

If you both want a little bit of a smaller trail, then check out the Shoshone Wetlands Hiking Trail. This two-mile trail will take you through the Amargosa Desert, pass the Amargosa River, and around a few other ponds and wetlands. This trail connects to other trails that you can explore. Make sure to bring plenty of water along with you while you hike this trail. 

After seeing the amazing trails and scenery of Shoshone, your dog will love exploring this beautiful town with you. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Shoshone

East Shoshone

48
Population Density
17 per sq. mi.

East Shoshone

48

The Nopah Range Wilderness Area is a beautiful area with 106,623-acres of land that you can visit with your four-legged friend by your side. The wilderness area offers hiking, backpacking, climbing, kayaking, and canoeing, but make sure you follow the strict rule of "leave no trace" and pick-up after yourself and your pup. Hiking is great in this area with elevations reaching up to 6,395-feet. While visiting, your dog needs to stay on a leash. Make sure to bring plenty of water along since the wilderness doesn't offer any shade, and you will be hiking through a desert, so it will get hot.

North Tecopa

36
Population Density
3 per sq. mi.

North Tecopa

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The Grimshaw Lake Watchable Wildlife Trail is a small one mile trail that you and Fido can use for a nice day of exercise together. The route has no elevation gain while you hike along it and the path is mainly gravel for you to walk on. You will pass through the Tecopa Basil as you hike. You will also pass a small lake where you both can stop to cool down and get some water while you are out enjoying the trail. Located in Tecopa, and less than five miles out of Shoshone, your pup will have a great time checking out this new and easy hiking trail with you. 

South Tecopa

24
Population Density
2 per sq. mi.

South Tecopa

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Grab your pup and check out the Amargosa River Trail for a fun day out together. The trail is 6-miles long and follows the Amargosa River along its canyon. The trail is level for most of the hike, and will take you to a waterfall. If you want to continue hiking, head out on the China Ranch trailhead which connects to the Amargosa River Trail. The China Ranch Trail is a two-mile loop that will take you to Willow Creek and then around the Amargosa River. Make sure your pup stays on a leash the entire time you are enjoying these trails.

Furnace Creek

12
Population Density
30 per sq. mi.

Furnace Creek

12

If you and your dog are looking for an easy trail to hike that will give you amazing views, look no further then Zabriskie Point. This 0.4-mile trail has a 49-foot elevation gain on an out and back route. The short hike offers a beautiful view of the dunes and lake bed. You will hike through Death Valley National Park, and if you stay long enough, locals say it is the best spot to watch the sunset. Make sure your pup stays on a leash while you are hiking this pawsome trail that is located in Furnace Creek, and only twenty miles out of Shoshone.

East Tecopa

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Population Density
2 per sq. mi.

East Tecopa

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The South Nopah Range Wilderness Area is a beautiful 17,059-acre area that you and your pup can adventure in together. This area is bordered by the Nopah Range Wilderness which gives you a great area to hike around and explore. There is natural wildlife running through the wilderness, so make sure your dog stays on a leash while you explore the slopes and hills of the area. You can continue to explore the area where you will eventually come across the Old Spanish Trail. Make sure to bring plenty of water with you since there is no shade or water available. Located in Tecopa, just down the road from Shoshone.