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Pets at Glacier 3000?

The Glacier 3000 website says dogs are not allowed on the slopes, but does not say anything about dogs on hiking trails or in the resort. Does anyone know their dog/pet policy?
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The Glacier 3000 website says dogs are not allowed on the slopes, but does not say anything about dogs on hiking trails or in the resort. Does anyone know their dog/pet policy?
What an odd question. If course they will allow dogs in the village and on going trails - it's difficult to even imagine how it could be otherwise.
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Re: Pets at Glacier 3000?

We went during the summer with our dog. We walked the Peak Walk and around the area a bit. There were other dogs so as long as you don't take your dog to the slopes, it shouldn't be a problem. You can of course call them to confirm.
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