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    Browse top-rated dog walkers in Crested Butte, CO 81224

    I grew up with heaps of labradors, pointers, and setters around the house, as my dad raised and trained dogs. I have been walking, sitting, and boarding a wide variety of dog breeds for quite a few years. Dogs have always been a major component of my life, and I very much understand the importance of keeping dogs safe, healthy, and happy!

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    Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Puppy care


    Lauren P.
    2018-08-27T11:36:01-07:00
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    Verified 20m Walk

    I grew up with heaps of labradors, pointers, and setters around the house, as my dad raised and trained dogs. I have been walking, sitting, and boarding a wide variety of dog breeds for quite a few years. Dogs have always been a major component of my life, and I very much understand the importance of keeping dogs safe, healthy, and happy!

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    High Demand

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    Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Puppy care


    Lauren P.
    2018-08-27T11:36:01-07:00
    Five starsFive starsFive starsFive starsFive stars
    Verified 20m Walk

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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Crested Butte

    Crested Butte

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    4,279 per sq. mi.

    Crested Butte

    4848

    There are four dog-friendly trails located around Crested Butte, including Mike's Mile and Pooch's Paradise. To make the most of these with your pup, you will need to first purchase a season pass from the Crested Butte Nordic Center, which can be found in southwest Crested Butte. Although Crested Butte does not have a designated dog park, these trails are great for giving your pooch a taste of freedom, while other spots around town have been designated as off-lead zones. These include the Disc Golf Course area in the summer months at Big Mine Park, and the beautiful woodland in the Red Lady Estates Lower Bench area. Fido will definitely be thirsty after all that exercise, so be sure to bring along some water, as well as a few doggie bags! 

    Marble

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1 per sq. mi.

    Marble

    3636

    The small town of Marble is directly adjacent to that of Crested Butte, and a trip here will reward you and your dog with some of the most exquisite scenery that Colorado has to offer. Make your way to Marble's Lake Irwin, which is right by the border between the two towns for an abundance of hiking trails and fishing spots, where dogs on leads are welcome. Does Fido not want to leave? Fortunately, he won't have to, as the dog-friendly Lake Irwin Campground is situated on the western bank of the lake. Although you will need to keep your dog on a lead, this is a great opportunity for the two of you to spend the night under the stars. 

    Aspen City Center

    2424
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    443 per sq. mi.

    Aspen City Center

    2424

    The City Center neighborhood of Aspen may be over 100 miles from Crested Butte if you are driving, but you and Fido can opt for the West Maroon Trail that connects the two mountain towns instead, as this is just 11 miles long. Once you arrive, stop off at Element 47 for something to eat and drink, and don't forget to show your pooch the special canine menu, so that he can choose a snack for himself too. Tired after your long day? The dog-friendly Sky Hotel Aspen is just down the road, and will provide complimentary bowls and place-mats for your pup. 

    City Center/ Western State College of Colorado

    1212
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,093 per sq. mi.

    City Center/ Western State College of Colorado

    1212

    About 27 miles south of Crested Butte is the city of Gunnison, and the City Center/Western State College of Colorado neighborhood is the spot to head to for some of the best dog-friendly restaurants in the region. Give the Double Shot Cyclery a try for their speciality coffee, or the Twisted Fork for some Asian-American fusion cuisine, although your pup does need to be under 75 lbs for the latter option. Need to work off all of that food? There are a few parks in town that you and your pup can have a run around in, such as Jorgensen Park and Meadow Park, as well as the Gunnison Dog Park, which can be accessed from the East Trail System.

    Mount Crested Butte

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    459 per sq. mi.

    Mount Crested Butte

    00

    Home to the famous Crested Butte Mountain Resort, Mt Crested Butte is the town to go to if you and your pooch want to make the most of Colorado's great outdoors. The resort itself is dog-friendly, and once you have checked-in, you can take your pup along one of the mountain's designated dog trails. These cover quite a wide area, but maps are available from the resort to ensure that you and Fido don't get lost. Keep in mind that when taking your dog on a mountain trail, not only is a lead required, but so is a collar headlight that needs to be kept turned on. 

    Crested Butte

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    4,279 per sq. mi.

    Crested Butte

    4848

    There are four dog-friendly trails located around Crested Butte, including Mike's Mile and Pooch's Paradise. To make the most of these with your pup, you will need to first purchase a season pass from the Crested Butte Nordic Center, which can be found in southwest Crested Butte. Although Crested Butte does not have a designated dog park, these trails are great for giving your pooch a taste of freedom, while other spots around town have been designated as off-lead zones. These include the Disc Golf Course area in the summer months at Big Mine Park, and the beautiful woodland in the Red Lady Estates Lower Bench area. Fido will definitely be thirsty after all that exercise, so be sure to bring along some water, as well as a few doggie bags! 

    Marble

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1 per sq. mi.

    Marble

    3636

    The small town of Marble is directly adjacent to that of Crested Butte, and a trip here will reward you and your dog with some of the most exquisite scenery that Colorado has to offer. Make your way to Marble's Lake Irwin, which is right by the border between the two towns for an abundance of hiking trails and fishing spots, where dogs on leads are welcome. Does Fido not want to leave? Fortunately, he won't have to, as the dog-friendly Lake Irwin Campground is situated on the western bank of the lake. Although you will need to keep your dog on a lead, this is a great opportunity for the two of you to spend the night under the stars. 

    Aspen City Center

    2424
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    443 per sq. mi.

    Aspen City Center

    2424

    The City Center neighborhood of Aspen may be over 100 miles from Crested Butte if you are driving, but you and Fido can opt for the West Maroon Trail that connects the two mountain towns instead, as this is just 11 miles long. Once you arrive, stop off at Element 47 for something to eat and drink, and don't forget to show your pooch the special canine menu, so that he can choose a snack for himself too. Tired after your long day? The dog-friendly Sky Hotel Aspen is just down the road, and will provide complimentary bowls and place-mats for your pup. 

    City Center/ Western State College of Colorado

    1212
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,093 per sq. mi.

    City Center/ Western State College of Colorado

    1212

    About 27 miles south of Crested Butte is the city of Gunnison, and the City Center/Western State College of Colorado neighborhood is the spot to head to for some of the best dog-friendly restaurants in the region. Give the Double Shot Cyclery a try for their speciality coffee, or the Twisted Fork for some Asian-American fusion cuisine, although your pup does need to be under 75 lbs for the latter option. Need to work off all of that food? There are a few parks in town that you and your pup can have a run around in, such as Jorgensen Park and Meadow Park, as well as the Gunnison Dog Park, which can be accessed from the East Trail System.

    Mount Crested Butte

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    459 per sq. mi.

    Mount Crested Butte

    00

    Home to the famous Crested Butte Mountain Resort, Mt Crested Butte is the town to go to if you and your pooch want to make the most of Colorado's great outdoors. The resort itself is dog-friendly, and once you have checked-in, you can take your pup along one of the mountain's designated dog trails. These cover quite a wide area, but maps are available from the resort to ensure that you and Fido don't get lost. Keep in mind that when taking your dog on a mountain trail, not only is a lead required, but so is a collar headlight that needs to be kept turned on. 

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