DogTrekker.com – the website for advice on where to travel with your dog in Northern California – lists U.S. 395 “right up there” with Highway 1 as one of California’s most scenic highways, and in autumn, there’s no competition. U.S. 395 is the color champion. In recent editions, DogTrekker has reported on where to travel with Fido. CLICK HERE for a link to those tips.
Additional tips come from color spotter Rachel Anderson of the Owens Valley who says that Bishop Creek Canyon offers many colorful dog-friendly trails. She recommends heading first to South Lake, Sabrina Lake, the Tyee Lakes and Intake 2 up the canyon. In a few weeks, look to the Bishop Canal System for walkable dirt roads beside canals and among colorful cottonwood in Bishop, Calif.
When taking your dog into the Inyo National Forest, be mindful to: leave disruptive dogs at home, keep dogs leashed (not more than six feet in length) when on trails, bed dogs inside enclosed vehicles or tents at night and bring not more than two dogs camping. Maps of hiking trails and walks in the forest are available at USFS Visitor Centers. A dog rest area is located at Bishop City Park.
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