Adventure lovers will enjoy one day Sled Dog excursion with Alaskan huskies surrounding scenic lakes and trails
About This Deal
- What’s included:
- Single-day trip
- Information about driving a dog sled with four to six Alaskan huskies
- About 6-hour trip featuring scenic views of lakes, trails, and wilderness
- Hot lunch
- Age restrictions: must be 8 or older.
- Rental clothing and winter boots available for an additional charge.
- Available dates:
- March 7, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21
About White Wilderness Sled Dog Adventures
White Wilderness Sled Dog Adventures has been providing dogsledding trips since 1995. Located in the heart of the 3 million acre Superior National Forest, they access the snowy trails that traverse the pine stands and pristine lakes directly from their kennel. Groups savor a lunch cooked over a toasty campfire with homemade goodies.
It was the vision of husband-and-wife team Peter McClelland and Chris Hegenbarth to provide you with a hands on experience. Participants are not only given the chance to drive their own team, but also spend time playing with the friendly Alaskan Huskies. They share their love of outdoor activities and their love of sled dogs with each guest.
McClelland’s dedication to to providing outstanding care to the dogs is represented in the four “Best Cared for Team” awards he has received at the John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon and the Hudson Bay Quest. In the National Geographic book the 100 Best Vacations to Enrich Your Life, author Pam Grout says McClelland and Hegenbarth “don’t just sell you a dogsled trip—they adopt you for a few days,” making sure guests are warm and well-fed.
The couple has a fantastic seasoned staff. Their guides come back year after year to provide friendly instruction and expert guidance. With two-thirds of the guides celebrating over ten years guiding White Wilderness trips, it’s no wonder that collectively they represent some 106 year of experience. A White Wilderness guide is highly qualified, with an average of almost twelve winter on the runners.