Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in the Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park
Have a dog? Wondering where are the best places to take your best friend for a nature walk in the Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park? While this park is massive spanning 45,000 acres stretching from Laguna Beach all the way to Aliso Viejo, there are multiple pet-friendly trails for families to take their furry little pet along with them on an afternoon hike.
West Ridge Trail
Easy – 2 Miles
The West Ridge Trail start at the corner of Canyon Vistas and Pacific Park in Aliso Viejo. It can also be accessed from Alta Laguna Blvd. in Laguna Beach.
Aliso Creek Bike Trail
Easy – 3 Miles
This trail is accessable from the Laguna Niguel Regional Park off Alicia Parkway in-between Pacific Park and Aliso Creek Road.
Aliso Peak Trail
Easy – .5 Miles
This easy trail can be found off the street of Pacific Island Drive off Alicia Parkway in Laguna Niguel.
Aliso Summit Trail
Easy – 2 Miles
The trail can be accessed from Highlands Avenue or Pacific Island Drive off Alicia Parkway in Laguna Niguel.
Easy – .75 Miles
Find the Aswut Trail off Pacific Coast Highway and Nyes Place in Laguna Beach. Take Nyes until it turns into Balboa Avenue and dead ends at the this trail.
Easy – .25 Miles
This trail is accessable from the Aliso Peak Trail or Valido Trail off West Street in Laguna Beach.
Difficult – .5 Miles
The Valido Trail is the only pet-friendly difficult trail. It can be accessed off West Street in Laguna Beach.
Have fun exploring this beautiful trails with your lovable pet.
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