Have you ever considered how far you walk with your dog? If you walk just 20 minutes a day, in ten years you will have walked far enough to cross the United States. With all that walking ahead of you and your dog, arenAt you ready for a new place to hike?A Bark In The Park: A Guide To Walking Your dog Around Salt Lake City rates the best area dog-walking destinations with your best friend in mind. Utah author Jennifer Kalbach, with bountiful asistance from Cami and Cosmo, have explored area trails to identify the tail-waggingest hikes out there.Jennifer brings back from her adventures generous helpings of local history, architecture, botany and geology. Find a dog park. Learn what parks dog owners should avoid. No Dogs!Is there any more dispiriting day for a dog owner than driving to a new park and encountering the dreaded ANO DOGSA sign? A Bark In The Park: A Guide To Walking Your dog Around Salt Lake City lists parks that donAt welcome dogs. Also packed inside are......tips on outfitting your dog for a hike...tips on practicing low impact hiking with your dog...creating a canine First-Aid hiking kit...a complete listing of area dog parksA Bark In The Park: A Guide To Walking Your dog Around Salt Lake City also features the whimsical drawings of Andrew Chesworth. So grab that leash and hit the trail!A Guide to Walking Your Dog Around Salt Lake City Jennifer Kalbach. The Park The concept for what will eventually be a 90-mile trail system from Spanish Fork to Ogden germinated in 1990 as a compromise to ... Salt Lake City adapted a formal trail system east and north of the city and shortly thereafter the four- county area ambitiously decided to ... Bountiful: From the Bonneville Shoreline Trail you can turn and climb Adams Canyon Trail along the North Fork of the Holms Creek.
|Title||:||A Bark in the Park|
|Publisher||:||Cruden Bay Books - 2005-01-01|