Kimberley Alpine Resort (David Gluns photo)
Dogsledding is a unique way to explore British Columbia’s wilderness in winter.
Many resorts and operators offer dogsledding tours and memorable backcountry experiences. Sleds are pulled by enthusiastic teams of dogs, usually Siberian or Alaskan huskies, and glide quietly along snow-covered trails. Scenery along the route can include mountain views, frozen lakes or powder-filled meadows.
No experience is needed to enjoy dogsledding, and it’s possible to choose the level of participation. Sit cocooned and cosy in the sled. Or, learn commands from your guide (gee, haw, hike!), stand on the sled runners and drive the dog team.
BC also provides a one-of-a-kind opportunity to have mail delivered via dogsled. During the Gold Rush Trail Dog Sled Mail Run, dogsled teams carry souvenir envelopes along a historic, 100-km/62-mi route from Quesnel to Wells; the mail then enters the regular postal system and is sent to recipients around the world.
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Valemount, British Columbia
Climb aboard Canada's oldest form of winter transport. What better way to venture deep into the heart of the Canadian Rockies, than behind a team of enthusiastic & friendly Alaskan Huskies. You will marvel at the beauty of snow capped timbers, frozen waterfalls, icy waters & endless panoramic views. At Cold Fire Creek our mission is to provide you with an exhilarating & safe dogsledding experience. Our professional guides will teach you all the aspects of driving a dog team of your own. You can participate as much or little as you like. Let us share with you an experience of a lifetime.
14295 Chief Lake Rd
Prince George, British Columbia
Explore BC's Northern Gateway behind a team of fun-loving Huskies. Come discover the 'Spirit of the Sled Dog' & experience first-hand the enchantment of the trail. Imagine driving your own team of Siberian Huskies on our groomed winter wonderland trails. Offering short 1.5 hour tours for the curious or 2-3 day unique all inclusive Canadian Dog Sledding Packages. Our B&B based excursions combine the comfort of country living with a thrilling mushing experience. For the ultimate adventure, check out our 'Life of a Musher' opportunity & spend a month or two, or even the whole season with us. There's Nothing Like It!
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208 Mabel Lake Rd
Lumby, British Columbia
We provide fun, adventure & unforgettable experiences in the great outdoors. Check out our ATV, quading, canoeing, kayaking & dogsledding tours. Our area of operations is in the north Okanagan from Vernon east to Lumby to the Monashee. We are open year-round with summer & winter outdoor adventure activities.
In the summer, enjoy one of our 6 kayak / canoe trips, or our backcountry ATV adventures. In winter, cross country ski, snowshoe or hike through a mountainous, winter landscape. We have trips for every experience level with our top-of-the-line equipment & knowledge. This is what people dream of when they envision Canada!
Whistler, British Columbia
We have a passion for all things adventurous!
Explore Whistler's spectacular Blackcomb Mountain & the beautiful Callaghan Valley by ATV, 4x4 Jeep, snowmobile, snowcat, snowshoe or dog sled. Paddle a canoe down the River of Golden Dreams for a truly Canadian adventure.
Enjoy world-famous mountain top dining at 6,000 ft (1829 m), travel via snowmobile or in the comfort of a snowcat for a 3-course fondue in the winter. ATV or Jeep in the summer for waffle breakfasts or the famous Salmon Bake evenings. Live entertainers play as you dine in the alpine! Tours cater to all ages and all abilities.
1280 Alpine Rd
Sun Peaks Resort, British Columbia
Sun Peaks is located in BC's sunny interior, just a 4 hr drive or quick flight from Vancouver. Sun Peaks offers surprising diversity for the beginner to the expert skier across 3 mountains with 124 runs, 2 alpine bowls, 13 glade areas, 882 m of vertical, all on 1114 ha (3,678 ac) of alpine terrain. All of these numbers add up to make it Canada's third largest resort. Combine 31 km of Nordic trails, loads of other winter activities, an intimate ski through village lined with hotels, shops, & restaurants, it equals a memorable holiday getaway for the entire family.
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