3 Hour Tour
More Trail Time For Adventurous Guests!
About: This tour, while still suitable for beginners, is geared towards guests who want additional ride and trail time. As the name suggest, this experience last approximately 3 hours from start to finish and is open to those ages 5+. For the first 30 minutes or so, guests are able to meet and greet the sled dogs, see where they live, pat them and can even help their musher(s) prepare the doggies for the trail. Once the doggies and sled are prepared, guests will then embark on a 12 mile/2 hour ride (ride time varies depending on guest weights, trail conditions and the doggies pulling the sled). The mushers always try to leave 10-15 minutes at the end for guests to say thank you to the sled dogs by giving out belly rubs for a job well done.
Availability: Tuesdays – Sundays At 11:30 Throughout February Only (not available during the holiday / school vacation week)
Who Can Participate:
- We welcome those ages 5+ for this adventure
- All participants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times
- Participants who are pregnant are not permitted to participate
- Participants who have recently sustained an injury or undergone surgery may not participate
- $600 per standard sled (2 guests/350lbs maximum)
- $625 per standard sled with a 3rd rider (3 guests/350lbs maximum). Please note that this option is geared towards parties with children. While 3 adults may technically be within the weight limit, leg room can be an issue and everyone may not fit. There is approximately 6 feet of “sitting area” from front-to-back in the sled, guest must be able to sit in-between each other’s legs while having all limbs remain safely in the sled.
- There is an additional $75 up-charge when reserved during peak times (holidays and vacation weeks).
What We Recommend You Wear:
- A warm winter jacket that is water/weather resistant
- Snow pants
- Insulated winter boots with thick wool or synthetic socks (please avoid Uggs and cotton as they will not keep your feet warm when wet)
- Winter gloves that are water/weather resistant
- Goggles and/or sunglasses
- A scarf or facemask
- A warm hat
- Extra layers for warmth like pullovers and long johns (avoid cotton as it will not keep you warm when wet)
- Air-activated hand and foot warmers
- “Yak Traks” or grips to put on the bottom of your boots
- A headlamp and/or flashlight to help navigate the kennel is a must for those you joining us for an evening run
What We Recommend You Bring:
- A photo ID (used for guest confirmation upon check-in)
- A camera and extra batteries are always useful
- Gratuity for your musher (they work very hard to ensure you have a safe and exciting trip)
Is it your first time riding in a touring dog sled? Below is a video of what you can expect.
Please Note: that while we are typically able to use the toboggan-style sleds from the end of December until mid-March, we may use a rolling dog sled to conduct your tour if required by the trail conditions. Refunds ARE NOT issued in the event that trail conditions require use of a rolling dog sled.
*After making a successful online reservation, an automated confirmation letter is sent out immediately. This confirmation letter contains driving and parking instructions, a list of items we recommend you wear/bring along and a receipt for your records. If you don’t see a confirmation email in your inbox, please be sure to check your spam/junk folder as our automated messages get filtered into there frequently these days (this is especially important for Gmail users to take note of as we almost always get put into the junk folder).*