High Sierra Region

High Sierra Region

Welcome to the High Sierra, a new region on DogTrekker.com. This massive area runs from Lake Tahoe in the north to Mammoth Lakes and Bishop in the south and includes some of the nation's most famous and beautiful parks and wilderness areas.
Winter brings cross-country skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing. Summer brings a myriad of activities including boating, fishing, backpacking, biking, rafting, rock climbing and hiking. California's High Sierra has something for everyone and every dog.
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Finding Gold in El Dorado County

Marshall Gold Discovery State Historical Park
Marshall Gold Discovery State Historical Park

El Dorado County is reopening, but with caution. Its website sets out a California Responsible Travel Code that potential visitors are encouraged to read and abide by. At present, dine-in restaurants and wineries that don’t serve food are closed. But increased outdoor dining options from Placerville into South Lake Tahoe bring plenty of other choices for DogTrekkers who enjoy al fresco munching with their pups by their sides. more »

Find A Dog-Friendly Place In Placer County

Hidden Falls  Regional Park - @lillyshertigal
Hidden Falls  Regional Park - @lillyshertigal

Placer County is large and diverse, stretching from just north of Sacramento County all the way to Tahoe’s north shore. In between are hundreds of square miles of national forest lands, including dog-friendly Auburn State Recreation Area, stretching 20 miles along two forks of the American River. Less well known but an excellent destination for hikers with dogs is Cronan Ranch Regional Trails Park, which is under jurisdiction of the Bureau of Land Management, which is not restrictive about dogs on trails. more »

Tuolumne County Invites Visitors to ‘Wander Freely’

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Mike's adventure in Red Hills - Tuolumne County Photo: @mackenzierodgers

Tuolumne County, in the heart of Gold Country, is open and courting visitors (DogTrekkers included!) this summer. Its “Wander Freely” campaign encourages responsible travel and offers lots of tips on staying healthy while enjoying the region’s spectacular scenery. For many visitors of course, the destination goal is Yosemite National Park, which is opening in phases this summer. more »

You, Your Dog and Yosemite: Pet-friendly Tenaya Lodge

Tenaya Lodge at Dawn
Tenaya Lodge at Dawn

You love your dog. That’s a sure thing. But anyone who has traveled with their canine companion knows that some accommodations are more dog-friendly than others.

If you enjoy adventuring with your dog and have always wanted to experience Yosemite National Park, then Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite is for you. more »

Going to the Snow? Get a Sno-Park Permit First

I got my permit! Photo Credit: Jennifer Faulk
I got my permit! Photo Credit: Jennifer Faulk

It's winter and we get it: You want to spend as much time as possible playing in the snow. So why waste time and energy looking for a place to park? You’ll enjoy easy access to prime snow-play areas and ski/hike/snowshoe trails with a Sno-Park permit providing access to plowed parking lots at 18 Sierra Nevada locations. Click here for the lowdown. more »

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Washoe County Animal Services - Lost Dogs
2825 Longley Ln.
Reno, Nevada 89502
Phone: (775) 353-8900

Carson Tahoe Veterinary Hospital
3389 S. Carson St.
Carson City, Nevada 89701
Phone: (775) 883-8238

Alpen Veterinary Hospital
217 Sierra Manor Rd.
Mammoth Lakes, California 93546
Phone: (760) 934-2291


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