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20 SoCal Dog-Friendly Hikes

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There's a plethora of hiking trails surrounding Los Angeles, but not all of them allow dogs. For the most part, local state parks don't allow pooches while local city, federal and other quasi-government agencies do. Today, the LA Times launches an online interactive feature that shows off around 20 great hiking spots where dogs can tag along. It includes some of our favorites like Sandstone Peak and obvious local favorites like Runyon Canyon and Griffith Park. Have a good hike!

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