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Dog Sledding Winter Outdoor Activities

Thousands of years before horses hoofed it around North America, humans relied on canines to make life possible – especially up north. These huskies are not just fluffy, pretty faces. They’re born and bred to be epic. • Mush: A short lesson from the pros and then it’s time to take off. Stand on the back of the sled and drive a team of four to six highly trained dogs over fresh powder. Your rosy cheeks are imminent. • Cozy in: You don’t have to do all the work. Snuggle under a buffalo rug and let a guide drive you through snowy forests and across frozen lakes. 
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Ghosts of Fortune Mountain

Recognized as a Canadian Signature Experience, escape and explore your inner “musher” on an overnight winter getaway! Begin with soft gentle trails then progress to navigating intermediate terrain and the frozen expanse of the Spray Lakes. Includes overnight camping. Valid on select dates. Price is for 2 guests.

Expires: 2018-02-28
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Great Divide Tour

The Great Divide tour takes you dog sledding along the base of giant peaks in Lake Louise 8km to a pass at the Continental Divide, which is the high point
 separating the east and west of the continent. Tour is approximately 1.5-2 hours. From $195. Valid only on select dates.

Expires: 2018-02-28
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Sunfeather Winterlude

Beautiful clean crisp mountain air filled with frosty breath surrounds you as your team travels along the enchanting Goat Creek. Enjoy photographing your favorite huskies and inspiring scenic views. This tour includes 3 hours of dog sledding and an optional add-on lunch. Price is for 2 guests.

Expires: 2018-02-28
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Klondike Ventures

Rocky Mountain House, Alberta
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Klondike Ventures operates year round. In the winter we offer Dog Sledding experiences. Our cozy Timber Cabin B & B accommodates up to 4 people to round out the true Canadian experience. In the summer the David Thompson Valley offers a myriad of opportunities for your enjoyment.

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Mad Dogs & Englishmen Expeditions Inc

Dead Man's Flats, Alberta
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Experience authentic dog sledding and skijoring Adventures in the Canadian Rockies. We are a small family-operated sled dog touring kennel offering tours on trails within Kananaskis Country just outside Banff National Park during the winters and fun family-oriented Sled dog kennel adventures during the summers. Our trips range from 1.5 hours to multiple days upon request. We believe in providing an authentic dog sledding experience with small group sizes where you get to see and feel what mushing is really like.

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Snowy Owl Sled Dog Tours

Canmore, Alberta
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Established in 1983, Canmore's Snowy Owl Tours offers exceptional dog sledding experiences in the front ranges of the breathtaking Canadian Rockies. Try the two-hour Powder Hound Express, which teaches you how to mush your own team of huskies before setting off on a high flying adventure in Kananaskis Country. Or embark on the two-day Canadian Tourism Commission Signature Experience, Ghosts of Fortune Mountain tour, to explore 80 km (50 mi) of trails, enjoy delicious gourmet cuisine and sleep under a blanket of stars in a cozy fur lined tent.

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Cold Fire Creek Dog Sledding

Jasper, Alberta
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Cold Fire Creek Dogsledding has been providing Jasper National Park and the Robson Valley with their unique winter adventures since 1998. Because such winter activities as dog sledding are not currently permitted in the Parks, enthusiasts have to travel outside their boundaries in order to participate. The 120 km drive from Jasper is very scenic. You will have the opportunity to see Mount Robson – highest peak in the Canadian Rockies and possibly even a moose, lynx or pack of wolves near Moose Lake along your way.

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Lens on Nature

Fort McMurray, Alberta

Lens on Nature’s mission is to enable our guests the opportunity to immerse themselves and experience the remote beauty, history and culture of Fort Chipewyan, one of Alberta’s most isolated and northern communities. We offer carefully created, professionally guided three day adventures which include travelling a 280 km (174 mi) road made entirely of snow and ice to Fort Chipewyan, dog sledding, ice fishing, snowshoeing, historical tours and a chance of seeing aurora borealis. With each trip, guests receive a collection of inspiring images in a professionally designed hard cover book that captures the sense of authenticity of their adventure.

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