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Alaska Icefield Expeditions
Dan Turner, P.O. Box 34944, Juneau, Alaska 99803 USA
Phone: (907) 983-2299

Summer dogsledding tours on the Juneau Icefield. Premier tour for summer visitors combining helicopter flightseeing and dogsledding.

Alaskan Arctic Expeditions
Joe Henderson, P.O. Box 80944, Fairbanks, Alaska 99708

Offering dog sled expeditions in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and the Fairbanks area, Alaska.

Alaskan Skijoring Adventures
Patty Christensen, Box 13081, Trapper Creek, Alaska USA
Phone: 907-733-2314

Skijor with Alaskan sled dogs in beautiful Alaska snow country with spectacular views of Mt. McKinley.

Alaskan Tails of the Trail with Mary Shields
Mary Shields, PO Box 80961-W, Fairbanks, Alaska 99708 USA

While visiting Fairbanks in summer, share a personal home visit with Mary Shields, celebrated Alaskan musher and author, and her sled dogs. Mary has been sharing her dogs with visitors since 1984. Groups are small to allow for personal attention. Mary's home is just minutes from Fairbanks and is easy to find. Transportation is available.

Austin's Alaska Adventures
Jerry Austin, Box 110, St. Michael, Alaska 99659 USA
Phone: toll free 877-923-2419
Fax: 907-923-3272

Week long dogsled trips with Jerry Austin, charter inductee, Iditarod Hall of fame.
Free brochure.

Bush Alaska Expeditions
Wayne & Scarlett Hall, Eagle, Alaska, USA

Run your own team of huskies on a remote, wilderness adventure.

Chugach Outfitters
John C. Fowler, Mile 79 Richardson Hwy, Tonsina, Alaska
Phone: 907-822-4103
Fax: 907-822-4103

Dog mushing tours year around.

Copper Oar
Ken Streater, Box MXY McCarthy, Glennallen, Alaska, USA
Phone: 907-554-4453

Dog sledding trips plus great summer activities in Alaska's Wrangell St. Elias National Park.

Bill Cotter's Dog Sled Rides & Kennel Tours
Nenana, Alaska
907-768-2550 for Summer reservation & information
Phone: 907-832-5203 for Winter reservation & information

Ride of a life time! A trip to Alaska is not complete without taking a ride with the great dogs that race the Iditarod. After a thrilling ride one of our mushers will cover the details of training and proper care required for a top sled dog team. Get up close with the sleds and gear used in "The Last Great Race."

Alaskiwi Adventures
Simon Mcloughlin, Fairbanks, Alaska, USA
Phone: (907)347-7036

Hourly, daily and overnight dog sledding adventure management. Come and meet our friendly family of husky dogs. Watch the dogs being hooked up to the sled and feel what it is like to drive your own dog team. Stay in heated tents while en route to remote natural hotsprings! Feed the dogs some snacks at the end of the ride.  Gear will be provided.  Pick up service available on request.

EarthSong Lodge and Denali Dog Sled Expeditions
Jon Nierenberg, PO Box 89, Healy, Alaska  99743 USA
Phone: 907-683-2863
Fax: 907-683-2868

Offering the finest in wilderness dog sled travel, Denali Dog Sled Expeditions is the licensed concessionaire for Denali NP, taking guests in small groups on interactive trip deep into the park for up to ten days. Also offering cross-country ski trips supported by dog team. Stay overnight in comfortable cabins, mushing with one of the oldest guiding operations in Alaska.

Iniakuk Lake Wilderness Lodge
John Gaedeke, Fairbanks, Alaska, USA
Phone: 907.479.6354
Fax: 907.474.2096

This is the ultimate in Alaskan experiences and comfort 60 miles north of the Arctic Circle, six miles outside Gates of the Arctic National Park and 180 degrees from anything you have ever done before.

Kachemak Kennels
Jason Cameron, Homer, Alaska, USA
Phone: 907-235-3271

Dogs pulling sleds, touring, racing and training Kennel.

Northern Sky Lodge
Tony Andreone - Pascale Burnet, PO Box 458, Ester, Alaska, USA
Phone: 1 907 388 9954
Fax: 1 907 388 9954

Mush your own dog team for an hour or few days. Relax in an Alaskan Log House  surrounded by the wilderness. 30 minutes from Fairbanks.

Osmar Racing and Tours
Tim Osmar/Monica Zappa, Kasilof, Alaska, USA
Phone: 907-740-1249

Mushing tours from one hour to multi-day, lease competitive race team, contact Tim Osmar.

Paws for Adventure
Leslie Goodwin, Fairbanks, Alaska, USA
Phone: 907-378-3630

Dogsled rides to multi-day camping adventures...beautiful trails, hard-working Alaskan Huskies and great guides - Do what you love, love what you do...

Sled Dog Adventures
Kathryn Lenniger, PO Box 83601, Fairbanks, Alaska 99708 USA
Phone: 907-479-5090

Operating since 1983 providing rides, mushing instruction, day trips, overnighters and extended expeditions in Interior Alaska and the Brooks Range. Arctic gear provided.

Sun Dog Express Dog Sled Tours
P.O. Box 10663, Fairbanks, Alaska 99701 USA
Phone & Fax: 907-479-6983

Scenic guided dog sled tours and 1/2 day mushing school.

Takalek Kennels
Roy & Sandra Perry, Box 591, Tok, Alaska 99780 USA
Phone: (907) 883-3647

Sled dog training school, bed and breakfast, plus Sandra Perry's beautiful Alaskan art.

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Wilderness Adventures
Brian & Deanne Maas, Truckee, California
Phone: (530) 550-8133

Wilderness Adventures offers dog sled tours at three major ski resorts in the Lake Tahoe area, as well as breathtaking backcountry trips into the wilderness. We offer tours 7 days a week, including moonlight and sunset tours.

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Colorado Travel Master
Silverthorne, Colorado, USA

Local advice planning your trip to Summit County Colorado including sled dog tours, dining, lodging, activities, and concierge services.

Durango Dog Ranch
Gretchen & Gregg Dubit, P.O. Box 29, Hesperus, Colorado, USA
Phone: 970-259-0694
Fax: 970-259-0694

Hands on half-day and full-day mushing adventures.

Krabloonik Kennels
Dan MacEachan, P.O. Box 5517, Snowmass Village, Colorado 81615 USA
Phone: (970) 923-4342
Fax: (970) 923-0246

Located just minutes from Aspen on the slopes of the Snowmass Ski Area, Krabloonik offers worldclass food and wine in a rustic setting. Over 200 sleddogs live in the kennel adjacent to the restaurant and provide the pulling power for sled rides through the wilderness area.

Ross Kennel
Montrose, Colorado
Phone: (970) 240-4132

Dog Sled Rides and Tours. Hour, half day, full day & overnight rides.

Snow Caps Sled Dogs
Breckenridge, Colorado 80424 USA
Phone: 970-453-7855

We are a working sled dog kennel running summer and winter commercial tours in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. We are dedicated to sharing the wonderful sport of dog mushing with visitors to Summit County.  Please browse our site for information on the tours we offer!

Summit Vacation Concierge
Ben Kelly, Breckenridge, Colorado, USA
Phone: 970.368.4719
Fax: 970.368.4722

Breckenridge, Colorado dog sled tours as well as lodging and full service vacation planning.

Wintermoon Sled Dog Adventures
Mark or Chantal Wood, PO Box 503, Placerville, Colorado, USA
Phone: (970) 729-0058

Enjoy Telluride and the San Juans by Dog team with the Wood family and their Alaskan Huskies. Contact us for more info.

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Mahoosuc Guide Service
Bear River Road, Newry, Maine 04261 USA
Phone: (207) 824-2073
Fax (207) 824-3784

Mahoosuc Guide Service offers a wide variety of activities for all seasons and levels of experience. Our trips are not a test of endurance. Although we travel a certain distance each day, ample time is available for natural history, exploring and relaxing. Group size is normally small, four to eight, to insure a quality experience and to accommodate individual interests.

Mornington Crescent Sled Dogs
Caroline Blair-Smith, 103 Patte Brook Rd, Albany TWP, Maine
Phone: 207-824-7292

Winter Fun for People and Dogs: enjoy a hands-on, customized dogsledding experience.

New England Dogsledding
Steve Crone, 591 Kings Highway, Mason Twsp., Maine, USA
Phone: (800) 951- 6681

Offering one hour to multiple day lodge-based mushing experiences in the Bethel, Maine and North Conway, NH areas.  Sweet, well-trained, and behaved racing canines.

Song in the Woods
Stephen Madera, P. O. Box 127, Abbot, Maine, USA
Phone: 207-876-4736

Mush your own team in the Moosehead Lake region of Maine. 2-hours to multi-day unique winter adventures. Friendly dogs family oriented experience.

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Husky Power Dogsledding at Mountain Maryland Kennels, LLC
Linda Herdering, 2008 Bumble Bee Road, Accident, Maryland, USA

Phone: 301.746.7200

Dogsled and "Dogsled-on-Wheels" rides from 10 minutes to 1/2 day... Spring, Fall and Winter. Educational kennel visits for individuals and groups. Visit our web site and our Siberians in beautiful Western Maryland near the Wisp Ski Resort!

Maryland Sled Dog Adventures LLC
Catherine M. Benson, Maryland, USA
Phone: (443) 562-5736

Maryland Sled Dog Adventures offers rides, tours, scouting programs, educational presentations, skijoring and bikejoring lessons, pull clinics, and rig rides using our state of the art, Fritz Dyck rig in beautiful Northern Baltimore County Maryland.

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Hilltown Wilderness Adventures
P.O. Box 25, W.Chesterfield, MA 01084
Phone: 888-853-0548 (toll free)

Sled Dog Tours & Warm Weather Rig Rides, year round. Mushing & Skijor School, Bikejoring & Canicross lessons.

N.E. Outfitters
Brookfield, Massachusetts
Phone: 508-867-4396

Dog sledding adventures from one hour to overnight trips. Mush your own team or be a passenger in a comfortable padded sled driven by a professional musher. We also do winter carnivals, school group discussions, boy scout groups.

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S & L Arctic K9's Sled Dog Adventures
Lori Starke, Cadillac, Michigan 49601, USA
Phone: 231-775-0997

Dog sled rides and tours through winding, hilly terrain near Cadillac, Michigan.

Team Evergreen Kennel
Lisa Dietzen, Marquette, Michigan, 49855

We specialize in mid-distance racing as well as affordable sled dog rides. We take pride in the care of all of our dogs (UP200 Cooley award 2011).

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Boundary Country Trekking
7925 Gunflint Trail, Grand Marais, Minnesota 55604 USA
Phone: 800-322-8327
Fax & Voice 218-388-4487

MUSH YOUR OWN TEAM Dog Sled Expeditions. One person per team! Dogs are the focus and your relationship with them is the center of your experience. You learn about dog sledding by driving your own sled and team for the entire trip. December through March you mush deep into a wintry BWCA. Trips are scheduled weekly. Lodging includes cabins, yurts and/or heated tents. In April the action moves to the Barrenlands of the Northwest Territories-Canada. Rated by the Ultimate Adventure Source Book, by Turner Publications as North America's top sled dog touring program.

Chilly Dogs Sled Dog Trips
Jake Hway, 1557 Esterberg Rd., Ely, Minnesota, USA
Phone: 218-349-0906
Fax: 218-365-4726

Chilly Dogs Sled Dog Trips in Ely, MN is your source for winter fun and adventure, offering introductory sled dog rides, partial and full-day trips, and overnight camping trips into the BWCAW and surrounding areas. Enjoy the stunning beauty of the wilderness by quiet passage on winter trails through stands of pine, cedar, and birch, crossing frozen lakes and rivers on a sled pulled by a team of hearty, happy, and friendly Alaskan huskies. Looking for a great experience for all ages?  Come travel at the speed of dog!

Gunflint Lodge Dog Sled Trips in Minnesota
Bruce Kerfoot, 143 South Gunflint Lake, Grand Marais, Minnesota 55604 USA
Phone: 800-328-3325
Fax: 218-388-9429

Upscale lodge in northern Minnesota featuring dog sledding for day trips into the wilderness country of the Boundary Waters.

Kiwatchi Sled Dog Rides
Chuck Gould, Isabella, Minnesota 55607
Phone: (218) 235-8345

"Come join us and experience the beautiful Superior National Forest on a sled with the Kiwatchi team as your guide."

Lodge of Whispering Pines
Dan Churchill, P.O. Box 327, Ely, Minnesota 55731 USA
Phone: 218-365-2129
Fax: 218-343-5412

Lodge of Whispering Pines is a Four Season Full Service resort and wilderness adventure outfitter located on the Echo Trail just northwest of Ely, Minnesota. Mush your own team of friendly and well mannered sled-dogs through the Superior National Forest and BWCAW. All trips leave from our Historic Log Lodge and are guided by an experienced musher and wilderness guide. Many packages available.

Positive Energy Outdoor
Blake C, Duluth, Minnesota 55803, USA
Phone: 218-428-5990

2 hour to full day rides, drive your own, or combo with staff person sharing sled. Best trails south of BWCA and draft horse sleigh ride/driving lessons, ice climbing, snowshoeing, and summer adventures. Public programs help us serve youth!

Suomi Hills Kennel
Deer River, Minnesota, USA

Suomi Hills Kennel offer dog sled rides, group demonstrations, group and special occasion sled dog rides by professional musher Joel Kersting.

White Wilderness Sled Dog Adventures
Peter McClelland, Ely, Minnesota, USA
Phone: (218) 235-1299
Fax: (218) 235-1299

We have trips to get everyone behind a dog team. Our hands-on trips start with trips for families and on up to the seasoned adventurer.

Wilderness Inquiry
Karl Simer, 808 14th Ave. SE, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414-1516 USA
Phone: 800-728-0719
Fax:  612-676-9401

Wilderness Inquiry is a non profit organization that offers dog sled, cross country ski, and snow shoe trips in Minnesota for persons of all ages and abilities.

Wintergreen Dogsled Lodge
1101 Ring Rock Road, Ely, Minnesota 55731 USA
Phone: 218-365-6022
Fax: 218-365-3242

Mush your own team of our Canadian Inuit dogs on lodge-to-lodge vacations and dogsled camping trips with arctic adventurer Paul Schurke.

Wintermoon Summersun Adventures
Kathleen Anderson, 3388 Petrell Rd, Brimson, Minnesota 55602 USA
Phone: 218-848-2442

At Wintermoon, you'll meet friendly Alaskan Huskies who will exuberantly introduce you to mushing. Their enthusiasm and energy will captivate and inspire you. Located 50 miles north of Duluth, MN, in the Superior National Forest. All trips include lodging, meals, and instruction.

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Base Camp Bigfork Dogsled Lodge
Mark Schurke, Bigfork, Montana 59911, USA
Phone: (406) 871-9733

"Mush your own!" Whether you are looking for a leisurely cruise on an open trail or a true backcountry adventure, Base Camp's guided dogsled trips will suit your mushing needs. Base Camp Lodging: If you are enjoying one of our multi-day packages or just looking for a place to rest between adventure's, Base Camp's lodging is a clean and cozy retreat from the elements.

Klondike Dreams Sled Dog Rides
West Yellowstone, Montana, 59758 USA
Phone: 406-646-4988

You don't have to go to Alaska to experience the thrill of the Iditarod.  Just visit Klondike Dreams for a kennel tour and sled dog ride with a team of racing Alaskan Huskies, all from Iditarod blood lines.

Pintler Sled Adventures
Phone: 406-563-2675

Located next to the Pintler Wilderness in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, Pintler Sled Adventures’ invites you to step back in time, into the world of dog sledding where you will work, bond, make friends, and maybe even fall in love with a bunch of wonderful sled dogs.

Running Wolf Kennel
Paula Ciniero-Bowen, 100 Red Lion Road,  Anaconda, Montana, USA
Phone: 406-563-7478

Take a dog sled ride through old mining areas and endangered lynx habitat, along Flint Creek in the Georgetown Lake area. 2 miles from Discovery Ski Area.

Yellowstone Dog Sled Adventures
Jason Matthews,  Near Yellowstone Park & Bozeman, Montana, USA
Phone: (406) 223-5134

Guided dog sled tours near Yellowstone National Park. Trips ranging from 2 hours to 2 days.

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Barking Brook Sled Dog Adventures LLC
Whatleigh Torsey, Plymouth, New Hampshire 03264 USA
Phone: 603-968-6874

Sled dog tours with friendly well trained lovable Siberian Huskies.

Muddy Paw Sled Dog Kennel, LLP
Jefferson, New Hampshire, USA
Phone: 603-545-4533

An adventure for every season! Winter dogsled rides at locations throughout the White Mountains of NH from 2-50 miles & overnights. Summer Rolling Dogsledding & Whitewater Rafting (Paws-n-Paddles) Packages. Drive your own team. Meet our friendly rescue and second chance dogs!

Valley Snow Dogz
Lidia Dale-Mesaros, Campton, New Hampshire, USA
Phone: 603-340-2390

Year round sled dog fun and education, seasonal rides and tours. Family raised, lovable sled dogs, great for families, groups, special occasions and events.

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Oregon Trail of Dreams
PO Box 1000, Bend OR 97709
Phone: 800-829-2442
Fax: 541-693-0210

Oregon Trail of Dreams offers sled dog rides daily during the winter months at Mt Bachelor which is located 21 miles southwest of Bend OR. Please call for information, pricing, and reservations or visit Mt Bachelor's website at

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Husky Works Mushing Company
Jeremy Bedortha, West Wardsboro, Vermont, USA

Enjoy a winter ride with a team of our friendly Siberian Huskies on our private trails.

Peacepups Dogsledding
Ken Haggett, P.O. Box 165/ 239 Cross Road, Lake Elmore, Vermont, USA

Various sled dog activities ranging from dogsled tours, cart rides, skijoring lessons, to scootering and scooter lessons.

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Northwest Dogsled Adventures, LLC
Capt. Larry Roxby, Cle Elum, Washington, USA
Phone: 206-234-7291

Travel with The Flying Furs through a Winter Wonderland!

Wolfsong Adventures in Mushing
John & Mary Thiel,
88265 Happy Hollow Road, Bayfield, Wisconsin
Phone: 800-681-9746 or 715-779-5561

How do you become a musher in one day? John and Mary Thiel of Bayfield, Wisconsin have trained thousands of people to drive a team on their 2 hour and 4 hour adventures. The 35 friendly Siberian Huskies are the focus of this hands-on experience.

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Continental Divide Dog Sled Adventures
Billy Snodgrass, 4338 US Highway 26, Dubois, Wyoming  82513, USA
Phone: 800-531-6874 (MUSH)

Jackson Holes Premier Dogsled Tours!

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