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Old 02-03-2010, 11:24 AM
 
Location: charlotte, NC
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Hello everyone!

I know there have already been many posts on skiing in Boone etc, but this one has a slight twist. I would like to take my dog with me on a weekend getaway to the mountains. My husband's and mine main agends is to go skiing/tubing as we have never ever done that before! However we are thinking that since we are going to the mountains, we might as well take our dog as he would love it too (I know....we are a bit dog-crazy!)
So my question is: Which of the mountains, as in, sugar, appalachian etc, is more dog-friendly? I have a feeling I might not be able to take the dog onto the ski slopes (!), but still, it is good to know. I would love it if you would share your experiences with us on the forum, about a skiing trip with your dog. How did the trip work out, was it any extra trouble because of the dog. Where did you leave the dog when you went skiing. I am sure this would help a lot of us who are planning on such trips with our dogs, but are not sure how to.
Thank you all so much!!!
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Old 02-03-2010, 11:52 AM
 
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DogFriendly.com's City Guide: Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina
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Old 02-03-2010, 12:24 PM
 
Location: "The Gorge"
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It has been several years but we took our dog for a long weekend. We stayed at the Holiday Inn in Banner Elk. However I am not sure if they still allow pets. A quick call should answer the question. We left him in the room while we skied.
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