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Best Hikes with Dogs Colorado by Ania Savage

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Best Hikes with Dogs Colorado by Ania Savage

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  • Seldom explored trails where no leashes are required and terrain is easy on the paws
  • Advice on keeping your dog happy, healthy, and hydrated on Colorado's High Country trails
  • What to pack: the Ten Canine Essentials and a Doggy First Aid Kit

Whether your dog is big or small, an overweight couch potato or a muscular retriever, Ania Savage has selected the best trails in Colorado for every type of dog. She's been hiking with canine companions for more than twenty years and looks at the land through dog-centric eyes. These hikes will delight both you and your pet with panoramic views, soft tundra grasses, plenty of flowing water, and unexplored valleys and forests where you may have the trail to yourself. Savage puts a premium oncanine safety, including tips on how to gauge the effect of high altitude and thin air on your dog.

includes short day hikes to longer backpacking trips, many trails are clustered along the three highway "corridors" that penetrate the Colorado Rockies. There are trails to be found from the Wyoming border to the San Juan Mountains in southern Colorado and west to Grand Junction, and including the Foothills near Denver -- many have never before been described in another guidebook.

About the Author

Ania Savage is a published author and journalist who has taught journalism classes at the University of Denver and the Metropolitan State College of Denver. Her writings have appeared in such national publications as the New York Times and USA Today . She is the author of Walkin' the Dog Denver (Falcon 2001) and editor of The Colorado Mountain Club Guide to the Colorado 14ers . Ania lives in Littleton, Colorado.

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