There is no better place on earth to explore the Great Outdoors than in Snowmass Village. The landscape is breathtaking, but don't take our word for it. Discover it for yourself as you hike with Fido on the Horse Ranch Park and Trail! Grab your water bottle, doggie waste bags, and your pup's best leash and hit the trail. You will have a tail-waggin' good time hiking this 0.5 mile groomed trail while taking pictures of the snow-capped peaks that surround you in the distance. Leash laws are strictly enforced while on the Horse Ranch Trail.
Round up the kiddoes and doggoes and take paws at the two playgrounds at the Snowmass Village Town Park. Rest your weary paw pads in the park's cute gazebo picnic area, or play a game of volleyball, soccer, or basketball.
Will you make Snowmass Village your next bucket list destination? Pack up the car and explore the natural beauty that is Snowmass Village with a furrific weekend trip!
For a wooftacular outdoor adventure, hike the 18.2 mile Maroon Snowmass Trail in the Snowmass Creek Rd neighborhood. You and your pup are in for a treat when you hike this trail up to the gorgeous alpine lake that sits quietly at the base of Snowmass Mountain. Expect all sorts of wildlife and terrain, ranges in elevation, creeks, wide-open meadows, river crossings and beaver dams, waterfalls, and incredible views of the pine forests. It's possible to complete the trail roundtrip in one full day, but make sure to start early in the morning and bring lots of water. The most pawpular time to go is from June-September, when the weather is pawfect for hiking. Make sure to keep Fido on a leash while hiking the Marron Snowmass Trail.