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The Tri-Valley is nothing if not progressive when it comes to providing DogTrekkers and other residents with outdoor opportunities, and the Iron Horse Regional Trail is a great example. This 32-mile, multi-use path, paved all the way, runs between Concord and the Pleasanton/Dublin BART station along the abandoned Southern Pacific Railway right-of-way. Shared by cyclists, equestrians and pedestrians (including those of the four-legged variety), it connects schools, business centers, parks, regional trails and public transportation. more »
Cricket at Three Sheets Craft Beer Bar. Photo Credit: @crickitikitavi
There’s no shortage of places in Tri-Valley to chow down at an outdoor table with your pup at your side. Enjoy the small town hospitality and laid-back vibe whether your choice is award-winning California cuisine, local farm-to-fork comfort food, rustic bistro classics or pubs featuring craft brews. Speaking of craft brews, nine out of the 14 dog-friendly breweries, tap rooms and restaurants on the Tri-Valley Craft Beer Trail serve food. Many are conveniently situated just off Interstates 680 and 580, in or near the cities of Pleasanton, Dublin and Danville. more »
DogTrekker.com wants to welcome California’s Tri-Valley
to our growing list of ‘Paw of Approval’ destinations. Known by some in the San Francisco Bay Area as the 680 corridor or the Livermore Valley, this region that takes its name from three adjoining valleys—Amador, Livermore and San Ramon—and includes the very dog-friendly cities of Danville, Pleasanton, Livermore, Dublin and San Ramon. more »