Are you looking for the best way to treat your bestie this summer? Why go for traditional toys or treats when you can take them on an adventure. These dog-friendly trails near Calgary are great for going on long walkies and making lasting memories.

Calgary is packed with gorgeous trails and parks to explore and these ones are excellent for getting out and taking in some of that fresh air. With plenty of space and beautiful scenery, your fur babies can get all the play and exercise they can handle.

And best of all, you won't have to leave town to experience these trails. Alberta has some wild and unique scenery, but there's plenty of beauty to be found close to the city too.

When you're done with your walk, why not cool down in one of the city's many equally fantastic pet-friendly patios? Take your dog or very adventurous cat out for the full date experience, they deserve it.

Your pets deserve to be treated right, and there's honestly nothing better for the body and soul than spending the day hanging out with them and seeing the sights of the city.

Weaselhead Flats

Address: 66 Ave., 37 St., Calgary, AB

Why You Need To Go: With a name like that, you can't go wrong. This gorgeous trail runs beside the fast-flowing Elbow River. Unsure if any weasels live here though.


Grassi Lakes Trail

Address: Canmore, AB

Why You Need To Go: A super popular hiking spot, and it doesn't take much to wonder why. The trail leads you to a beautiful turquoise lake and waterfall.


Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park

Address: Calgary, AB

Why You Need To Go: With tons of rolling hills and terrain that stretches out in every direction, this place feels straight out of a movie.


Nose Hill Park

Address: 5620 14 St., Calgary, AB

Why You Need To Go: Very appropriately named for a dog-walking trail, this place will make your pup's sniffers go wild.


Douglas Fir Trail

Address: Edworthy Park, Calgary, AB

Why You Need To Go: Lined with β€” would you believe β€” Douglas firs, the 2.5-kilometre walk takes you through plenty of lush scenery and fresh air.


Bowmont Park

Address: 85 St. and 48 Ave., Calgary, AB

Why You Need To Go: Lying along the Bow River, this park was practically made for frolicking in.


Roxboro Park

Address: Calgary, AB

Why You Need To Go: This off-leash park winds you through the woods and more. Great if you're not exercise-oriented, the trail's perfect for beginner hikers.



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