Whistler Dog Mountain Life




Learning to Crow

Learning to Crow demonstrates a beautiful and strong connection between dog and human aw well as their passion and hunger for the mountain life. Learning to Crow was filmed by Matty Richard himself and edited by Nicolas Teichrob who is a very talented local artist and photographer.

View more of Nicolas's work here: Nicolas Teichrob Photography

Tanya and Wicket ripping the bike trailsTanya and Wicket ripping the bike trails

Whistler is full of cross country bike trails and hiking trails you and your dog can enjoy together. A few of our favorites are:

  1. Riverside Trail/ Farside Trail
  2. Ancient Cedar Trail
  3. Lost Lake Trails

For more trail options take a look at our Dog Friendly Parks and Trails page. There is so much terrain to explore right outside our door!

tofino and georgeTorino and George playing in the river with Katie's Pet Care. Photo: Katie Campbell

Swimming and playing in the water is a right of passage for all dogs. We are so lucky to be surrounded by so many lakes and rivers. Be sure to take your dog for a dip on those hot summer days. Arfa park located in Creekside and Barking Bay at Rainbow Park are the top dog beaches.

A fun multi-sport adventure could include a bike ride on the Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds trail and then jumping in Loggers Lake to cool off for a fresh finish.

If you and your pup are looking for a challenge and want to explore further into the mountains the options become endless.sky-1283446_960_720

"They motivate us to play, be affectionate, seek adventure and be loyal. "

                                                                      - Tom Hayden