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Summer Snow Dog Sledding

GLACIER DOG SLED RIDE

GLACIER DOG SLED RIDE

Float above the mountains in a helicopter and then traverse a snowy glacier on a dog sled ride pulled by Iditarod champion huskies. Combine dog sledding, walking on a glacier, and flying in a helicopter into one concentrated Alaska bucket-list experience. If you’re looking for sled dogs on snow during the Alaskan summer season, you just found it. This is the only way to mush on snow outside of the winter.

  • Season(s): 
  • Tour length: ~2 hours
  • All Ages
  • Trail distance: 2-3km(~1.5miles)
  • Location: Girdwood
  • Shuttle available (Girdwood only)
  • Outerwear available
  • Available May 15-Aug 31

549 adults/499 kids

mushingschool@gmail.com

FAQ

What should I wear?

Do we sit or stand on the sled?

How far in advance do I need to reserve?

How do I get there?

Do you have a weight limit?

What is your cancellation policy?

What else do I need to know?

GALLERY