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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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.