Dog walking in Telluride

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Natalie BTelluride, CO 81435

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Hi! My name's Natalie and I've been a dog lover for as long as I can remember. I grew up owning and walking dogs of all shapes and sizes; all of them deserve to be loved! I look forward to meeting your dog and getting to spend time with them on our walk around the city!

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Dog Walking in Telluride

Once a silver mining camp, Telluride has grown to be a ski-lovers heaven, especially since the town sits at 8,750 feet above sea level. The small village lies in a boxed canyon, surrounded by towering peaks and thick forests, and is no stranger to fame. Known as 'Dog Town', Telluride has many well-kept dog-friendly trails, offers 2 animal hospitals, and dogs are even allowed to travel on the city bus.

An easy way to get between towns is the Telluride Gondola, a skyline transportation system that opened for public use in 1996. The trip only takes about 15 minutes and the fee to travel with the Gondola is affordable, and worth the price when you get to see the beautiful views of Telluride. Not only that, but dogs are also allowed onto the Gondola at no additional charge, as long as they remain on leash.

Still not impressed? Then head over to Mountain Tails, a dog-friendly store with all your pets needs and wants. The store allows leashed-dogs inside, and offers toys, treats, leashes, and premium food. They even have pet photography available, so get your one of a kind memories captured right here!

The town also features dog-friendly restaurants like the La Cocina de Luz and Baked in Telluride. All these places are excellent choices, but how will you be able to choose?

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Telluride

Telluride Town Center

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Population Density
48 per sq. mi.

Telluride Town Center

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The only recreational park in Telluride is the dog-friendly Telluride City Park which lies in the Town Center neighborhood. The large park has ballfields and open areas for Fido to run around. Dogs must remain on a leash at the park, but have access to walking trails, clean-up stations, water fountains, and benches. The park has access to a trail, which leads to Beaver Pond. The quiet path is beautiful for walking, and the pond is opening to public swimming for humans and dogs that provides a great way to cool off in the summer months.

Colorado Ave

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Population Density
1,186 per sq. mi.

Colorado Ave

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The Colorado Avenue neighborhood is home to most of the downtown area of Telluride, and offers one of the most popular dog trails in the city. The San Miguel River Trail is an easy trail that is perfect for leisurely strolls and light hiking, and allows dogs without a leash. The trail follows the river and even has some swimming holes that you and Fido can enjoy. There are no amenities on the path, so be sure to bring clean-up bags and water for you and your pup. After the hike, head over to The Butcher & Baker Cafe, a casual eatery with dog-friendly outdoor seating.

Ophir

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Population Density
210 per sq. mi.

Ophir

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The Ophir neighborhood is home to a popular tourist attraction. The Jud Wiebe Trail offers some of the most amazing views in Telluride. The path is challenging, but dog-friendly to off-leash dogs. It's a 3-mile loop that gains 1,300 feet in elevation, and travels from Bridal Veil Falls to the valley floor. Filled with views of open meadows, high peaks, and panoramic views of the town, this is sure to become a favorite walk for your pup. Be prepared before venturing out with Fido and bring clean-up bags and drinking water, as there in none available on site.

Mountain Village

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Population Density
106 per sq. mi.

Mountain Village

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The neighboring town of Mountain Village is a single-neighborhood town located not even a mile from downtown Telluride. To get to the small town, take the dog-friendly Gondola that connects it to Telluride. Mountain View provides more dog-friendly dining options, like the Tracks Cafe & Bar, a quaint little restaurant with dog-friendly outdoor seating that offers complimentary water and dog treats for Fido. If you wish to stay in town, the Inn at Lost Creek is a dog-friendly hotel that allows your dog to stay for an additional fee. This fee will be lowered if you and your pup pose in a picture for the hotels' Facebook page!

Ridgeway

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Ridgeway

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The small town of Ridgeway is about 8 miles from Telluride, and features plenty of dog-friendly hiking trails. The Upper Blue Lake Trail welcomes off-leash dogs, and provides a comfortable trail experience that heads to the Blu Lakes. These lakes are open for swimming year round, so let your pup take a dip. Another dog-friendly activity is the Deep Creek Trail Head, a 3.4-mile trail that begins at the northwestern edge of town and leads to the peak of Whipple Mountain. Dogs must remain on a leash when venturing on this path. For both trails be sure to bring plenty of water and a way to clean up after your dog.