Range with Rover: K-9 Trail Use

Dog Friendly Trails: New Access Point

XC Ski Trail Map

BOC Cross-Country Ski Trail Use—Guidelines for Dog-Owners


The BOC welcomes dogs and their owners on the Dog Trot, LabLand, and Trooper’s Way trails.  These trails can be accessed via the Dog Trot Access trail head and are staked with brown tape/ribbon.

Dogs must be on a leash at all times in the parking lot and en-route to the Dog Trot access trail head. When driving in towards the Ski Hut the Dog Trot Access trail head is behind the BCC Maintenance Building. Dogs can be off leash once on the access trail leading to Dog Trot. This access trail crosses a bridge and the 8th fairway before reaching the Dog Trot trail. This is the only location that a dog may be on the golf course. If a dog owner/skier heads into the wooded trails of Lab Land at the southeastern most point of Dog Trot, they can continue on Trooper’s Way until reaching the #4 Boulder Tee Marker where they can turn around. However, they need to make sure that their dog does not wander out onto the golf course.  Dogs are not permitted on the snowshoe trails.

Please respect our privileges and keep your dog from entering the golf course.

Please clean up any dog waste.

The BOC values the privilege of being able to bring dogs to our ski trails, but as trail managers, in conjunction with the Brattleboro Country Club owner and Golf Course Superintendent, we need to consider the experience of all our users and the golf course resources.   Some of our members are uncomfortable with dogs, they may have a fear/anxiety or may be allergic. Our dog policy was formulated to ensure that the trails remain a positive experience for all users and the golf course as a natural resource is not unnecessarily impacted.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation.