Canadian Wilderness – Dog Sledding
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Canadian Wilderness Adventures – Dog Sledding
Want a unique way to explore British Columbia’s winter wilderness? This one of a kind activity is good for families. Sled are pulled by enthusiastic teams of dogs, and glide quietly along snow-covered trails.
No experience is necessary and it is possible to choose the level of participation. You can sit all cosy in the sled and enjoy the ride or, learn the commands, stand on the sled runners and drive the team!!!
Dog Sledding Tour - Trappers Run 9:00 am / 12 Noon / 3:00 pm Daily
TRAPPER’S RUN – 2.5-3 HOURS
THE CALLAGHAN VALLEY
A real CANADIAN experience. Let your eager and powerful dog team lead you into the magnificent old growth forest of the Callaghan Valley. Stop for a rest at an abandoned trapper’s camp on Totem Lake and learn about the history of our Canadian fur trappers and there dog sledding adventures. Join your professional musher in harnessing and staging the dogs, learn the dog sledding commands and how to handle a dog sled. Relax with your family as you ride your dog sled along a mellow mix of open and winding trails for an unforgettable winter journey.
Departs: 9:00am, 12:00pm, 3:00pm
Duration: 2.5-3 hours (round trip)
1 person in a sled $458.00
2 people in a sled $458.00
2 people + 1 small child in a sled $557.00
The ideal weight for a smooth ride is maximum 350 lbs per sled. Please keep in this in mind when booking 2 adults or 2 adults + 1 small child.
Children must be between 4-12 years old to ride as a plus one. Must be at least 4 years old to ride.
Contact us to get more information and to book this activity.
NOTES + RESTRICTIONS
2 people + 1 Child is the maximum in one sled
Maximum combined weight of 400 lbs per sled
Please check in 15 – 30 minutes prior to your departure time
24 hour cancellation policy
Dogsled participants are required to wear a protective helmet, such as a bicycle or ski/snowboard helmet.
Safety regulations require that Canadian Wilderness Adventures not permit pregnant women to ride as a driver or passenger on a Snowmobile or Dogsled Tour.
We require a minimum of 24 hours in advance to book this activity online