5 Winter Getaways That Go Way Beyond Dog-Friendly

5 Winter Getaways That Go Way Beyond Dog-Friendly


It's that time of the year when you and your pup are starting to go a little stir crazy (there's only so much snuggling on the couch you can do!) If you're hatching a winter wonderland escape plan, check out these destinations that go way beyond pet-friendly, whether you want to get sit by the fire together with a glass of Pinot Noir or trek through the wintry wilderness.

St. Regis Aspen Resort: Aspen, CO

If you love to hit the slopes, try "skijoring" (a hybrid between cross-country skiing and dog-sledding) at this opulent mountainside resort. Take your pup along for the ride or bring one from the local Aspen Animal Shelter. Reward them after with something off the special in-room menu for pups.

The Muse: New York, NY

If drinking and dining is more your style, check into this urban hot spot, which has regular pup-friendly wine nights and serves your dog organic treats along with a copy of the New York Paws, a guide to area parks, shops, pet sitters and animal hospitals.

The Nemacolin Woodlands Resort: Farmington, PA

Did someone say doggy spa? While you get a hot stone massage at this luxury resort located on 2,000 wooded acres, your pup can make an appointment at the "Wooflands" Pet Care Center, where they offer therapeutic pup massages and nutrition consultations.

Inn by the Sea: Cape Elizabeth, ME

At this oceanfront inn, winter beach walks with your pup are right outside your door. You may even leave with a new canine friend: they've teamed up with the Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland, a foster program for dogs, that allows you to meet, walk, play with adoptable pups that stay at the inn.

The Snow King Hotel: Jackson Hole, WY

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Hiking with your pup is a must here: Located at the base of Bridger Teton National Forest, there are some pretty epic dog-friendly trails for you to explore together. Your pup is also welcome to join you after at the hotel's basecamp inspired restaurant, with views of Snow King Mountain.

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Anna Palazzi

Anna Palazzi

Intern at Ollie. I got 99 problems, but my dog ain't one.

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