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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. 
Travel Alberta: Alberta's adorable sled dogs and stunning mountains will melt your heart
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Rockies Winter Experience

Spend 7 days in the Rockies and enjoy Dogsledding, a Snowshoe Tour and a sleigh ride amongst others.

Offered By: My Canada Trips

Expires: 2018-02-23
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Rockies Winter Retreat

Enjoy a winter wonderland in the Canadian Rockies with this memorable journey by rail and road.

Expires: 2017-11-10
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Winter Retreat

Dogsledding on the shores of Lake Louise, a horse drawn sleigh ride in Banff National Park and a guided ice walk on the frozen floors of Jasper’s Maligne Canyon all topped off with a trip on VIA Rail’s The Canadian.

Offered By: 1st Class Holidays

Expires: 2018-02-03
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Howling Dog Tours Ltd.

Canmore, Alberta
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Howling Dog Tours has been providing adventures by dogsled in Spray Lakes Provincial Park for 20 years. Choose a two-hour or four-hour dogsled tour, including snack and hot beverage, friendly huskies, professional guides and transportation from Canmore or Banff. Learn to drive the team with your guide, or relax as a passenger. Dogsled & Stay packages available with hotel partners in Banff and Canmore. Tours are during the winter months, December to April.

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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 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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Home On The Range Adventure Tours Ltd.

Calgary, Alberta

We create and deliver a wide range of personal and corporate Western Experiences. Our escorted and self-drive tours originate from Calgary and include natural and historic sites working guest ranches and B & B's, rodeos & native powwows, the Rocky Mountains, fine dining on local cuisine, shopping and much more.The ranchers and outfitters who share their world with you ensure that you have an experience that will leave an impression that lasts a lifetime. After spending a few days at a Working Ranch or on a Horseback Pack Trip or a Cattle/Drive, riding your horse in the bright sunshine under blue skies, you will come away with a different view of life ... a peacefulness that you can retreat to even when confined within far away urban boundaries.

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Kingmik Dog Sled Tours

Lake Louise, Alberta
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Experience the trill of a dog sledding tour in Lake Louise, Banff National Park. This small, personable company offers guided trips in the heart of the Canadian Rockies. Tours range from one and a half hours in length to short 30-minute introductory trips.

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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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