Cypress Provincial Park
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Vancouver, Coast & Mountains


Dogsledding (David Gluns photo)

Dogsledding (David Gluns photo)

You don't have to head north to Alaska or the Yukon for a dogsledding adventure – great opportunities are found right here in the southwest corner of British Columbia.

Just a two-hour drive from Vancouver on the Sea-to-Sky Highway, the four-season resort community of Whistler offers guided dogsledding tours in the Soo and Callaghan valleys from late November to March, weather permitting. Tours are generally 2.5 hours and include a light snack.

Dogsledding excursions at Whistler feature Alaskan racing huskies – the same breed used in the world-famous Iditarod dogsled race. If conditions are ideal you might even have the opportunity to learn commands and drive the sled.

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Blackcomb Snowmobile - Whistler

4050 Whistler Way
Whistler, British Columbia
V0N 1B4

Blackcomb Snowmobile has been providing some of the best winter activities for 22 years & counting!

Starting with our famous snowmobile tours, which cater to families, scenery-lovers or extreme thrill-seekers. We have expanded to include dog sledding, snowshoeing & catskiing to satisfy a variety of winter lovers who want to be involved in a range of activities.

We operate out of the beautiful Brandywine Valley, home of some of the best backcountry terrain in Whistler! Our small guide-to-guest ratio allows for quick learning & our family owned & operated approach makes you feel just like you're at home. We offer numerous tours departing every few hours, 7-days a week!

Come experience the fun of winter while taking in the awe-inspiring scenery with Blackcomb Snowmobiles.

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