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Hike The Continental Divide With Your Dog

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    Hike The Continental Divide With Your Dog

    Special Interest: CampingHiking

    The Continental Divide covers trails in Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, and New Mexico. We consider this to be a destination hike. You only need to hike a portion of it!

    Please be aware that not all areas allow dogs! Before you go, do your research on the area you go to and which trails allows dogs. Different rules may apply if you cross state or park boundaries as you may need to board your dog if you go on go backpacking or hike for an extended period of time. The Continental Divide Trail Coalition provides a lot of useful tips to help you plan your trip.

    Dogs are not allowed on trails in the following national parks: Rocky Mountain NP (CO), Yellowstone NP (WY), and GlacierNP (MT).

    Take a picture of your dog at the trailhead you go on. Tell us what time of year you went, how you enjoyed the hike with your dog, and provide any other advice for fellow dog owners!

     

    Help a fellow dog owner! Do you have an adventure story? Contact us and we will link it to this pawtivity or event! Where did you go? What did you do? Please include any useful tips and advice that would help others!

    Location: Montana | Idaho |Wyoming | Colorado | New Mexico
    Activities: Hiking, Walking, Camping, Backpacking

    TAGS: Backpacking, Colorado, Continental Divide, Hiking, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Walking, Wyoming

    Items Needed: Water, Poop Bags or Shovel, First Aid Kit, Tick Removal Tool, 6 Foot Non-Retractable Leash or Hands-Free Leash, Paw Protection, Reflective Gear On Your Dog, Other Appropriate Gear & Food

    Safety: Please consult your vet before hiking with your dog, especially if you have a puppy or a dog that is not fully vaccinated. It's best not to go when it is too cold or hot. Pay attention to your dog's abilities and start slow. Remember to take small and steady water breaks to prevent bloat or water intoxication. And don't forget to check the paws! Watch your footing and steer clear of wild animals. Please follow leash laws and have good recall on your dog. Not all dogs are suitable for long hikes. Please be aware that some wild animals, such as coyotes, may actually be attracted to the presence of a dog.

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