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Cold Fire Creek Dog Sledding near Valemount
(Sian James photo)

Thompson Okanagan

Dogsledding

Dogsledding (David Gluns photo)

Dogsledding (David Gluns photo)

The Thompson Okanagan region offers ample opportunities for dogsledding from November through April.

Glide through snowy landscapes pulled by a team of enthusiastic sled dogs; tours often provide the option to sit in the sled or to learn basic dog-handling techniques and drive the sled.

Two popular locales for dogsledding tours are Clearwater and Valemount, both of which are close by the renowned yet remote Wells Gray Provincial Park and Mount Robson Provincial Park, two vast areas of protected wilderness.

You can also try a dogsledding tour at family-friendly Sun Peaks Resort, which is near Kamloops and also offers other winter activities, such as skiing and snowboarding, and sleigh rides.

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Big Bear ATV Canoe & Kayak - Lumby

208 Mabel Lake Rd
Lumby, British Columbia
V0E 2G0
Toll-free
Phone250-547-6043

We provide fun, adventure and 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!

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Sun Peaks Resort - Sun Peaks Resort

1280 Alpine Rd
Sun Peaks Resort, British Columbia
V0E 5N0
Toll-free800-807-3257
Phone250-578-5399

Sun Peaks is a mountain community is just a 4 and a half hour drive or quick flight from Vancouver.

As Canada's second largest ski area with 1,728 ha (4,270 ac) of skiable terrain, there's diversity for the beginner to the expert across 3 mountains, including 2 alpine bowls and 16 designated glade areas. You'll enjoy dog sled and snowmobile tours, snowshoe tours and rentals, an outdoor skating rink, tube park, horse drawn sleigh rides, and more!

The ski terrain encompasses the beautiful alpine village in a unique 360 degree layout for easy access to your accommodation throughout the day. Lined with hotels, shops and restaurants, the ski-through, pedestrian village provides perhaps the most memorable aspect of this perfect family holiday.

Annual Snowfall SkiTotalRuns Types of runs
602 cm 133 Easy32%Easy58%Easy10%
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