CLASSIC DOG SLED RIDE

CLASSIC DOG SLED RIDE

Experience dog sledding, Alaska’s official state sport. Visit a winning Iditarod kennel and learn about the mushing lifestyle. Hold on tight as you launch down the trail, the boisterous sled dogs switching from barking and howling to quiet, driving momentum. Leave the sounds of the city behind while the canine freight train pulls you into the snowy wilderness, sliding over frozen lakes, gliding through spruce forest, and coasting across the tundra and mountain-laden landscape. Watch for moose, eagles, fox, and other wildlife as you ride for five miles in the most Alaskan way possible with a professional musher as your sled driver.

Need extra warm gear? We’ve got you covered. Arctic-quality parkas, snow pants, boots, hat, neck warmer, and mittens are provided for your use, free of charge.

  • Season(s): 
  • Tour length: 1.5 hours
  • Ages 3+
  • Trail distance: 5 miles
  • Shuttle available
  • Outerwear available
  • Our most popular winter tour

169 per person

269 per person

(with shuttle)

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REVIEWS

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Dog sledding has always been on my bucket list, and I was blown away by the time we had. If you are looking for a great family friendly adventure that three college kids loved you will not be disappointed!

 

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Morgan

Stephens


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We had such a great time! It was a perfect ride - fresh snow, blazing a new trail. We loved that they had the proper gear for us to use, to stay warm. James was very knowledgeable and helpful. The best part was getting to meet the dogs! They were so sweet and gave us a wonderful experience. Thank you so much for a perfect day!


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Diana 

Hefti


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Nothing short of AMAZING! the dogs were pumped up to get out the gates and did exactly that when we started! The staff was very helpful and friendly. This is a MUST DO in Alaska, especially at this location. Miles of open snow to enjoy the Sun and let the dogs shine. Would definitely do again!


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Rafael 

Maple