Welcome to the Valley.

We may be biased, but we think the Wood River Valley is one of the best places on earth. With mountains to explore, rivers to follow, an abundance of pet friendly businesses, trails to stroll down, and a myriad of beautiful vistas to take in – it’s hard to find a better place to enjoy with your favorite four legged companions!

We want to help you make the most of your time in the Valley.

Check out some of the resources below, submit your favorite hiking spots & pet friendly activities, and enjoy all that this beauitful valley has to offer!

 

Check out some local hikes!

Interested in seeing what the Valley has to offer? Some of the best views are by foot! The hikes below have been submitted by locals!

Want to submit your own hike? Check out the submission form below.

 

Take a Hike!

We may be biased, but we think the Wood River Valley is one of the best places on earth. With mountains to explore, rivers to follow, an abundance of pet friendly businesses, trails to stroll down, and a myriad of beautiful vistas to take in – it’s hard to find a better place to enjoy with your favorite four legged companions!

We want to help you make the most of your time in the Valley.

Check out some of the resources below, submit your favorite hiking spots & pet friendly activities, and enjoy all that this beauitful valley has to offer!

 

  • Easy: Little to no elevation gain, senior dog-friendly, low mileage Moderate:Some elevation gain, a moderate amount of miles Difficult: May have a lot of elevation gain, ample mileage, and best suited for humans and dogs who are physically fit
  • Good for kids, senior pets, etc.
  • *If possible use coordinates, name of trailhead, and/or link for Google Maps*
  • Tell us as much as you possibly can about the hike! Your favorite features, things about the trail that stood out to you, vistas, flowers - anything and everything that comes to mind!
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    Paws in the Wild

    Tips, tricks, and trail etiquette for getting into the outdoors with your four-footed best friend.

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