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December Snow!

We have snow and now we are getting cold! The trails are in great shape already in early December and are only going to get better. The lakes have a good bit of ice on them and by the end of next week will have a lot of ice. Our Dogsledding Trips are about to …

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Putting the Odyssey in Winter

Unique Dog Sledding Trip We run many unique dog sledding trips — no other guide company does anything like them. But the most unique is our Winter Odyssey. The trip starts with you getting two first nights in a lodge; in between you have a learning day at dogsledding. This is a great way for …

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Cats and Sled Dogs

We have two cats. All mushers should have at least one cat; they are there to protect the dog food from rodents. But the ways vary on how a cat deals with the dogs. I once had a cat that trained sled dog puppies. He would sit atop the post on the puppy pen and …

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Sled Dog, Dog Sled–MUSH!

This is a blog about my frustrations, well not all of them just one in particular. You see when I started this business in 1995 there was very little internet and NO Google. Search engines where in the model T stage if not the horse and buggy stage. So I was trying to pick a …

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Dog Sledding Winter Camping

Until you’ve tried it, winter camping can be intimidating, much like swimming with hungry sharks, however unlike swimming with sharks, winter camping is fun and safe. On a winter camping trip with us, you will not only learn about running sled dogs, but we will also share our knowledge of staying warm and comfortable in …

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Sled Dog Leaders

People often ask how we choose lead dogs. That is a good question with a complicated answer. One of the most common assumptions our guests have is that the smartest dogs always make the best leaders, this is not always true (especially if the dog is smarter than the trainer). The problem with too smart …

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Yurt Camping By Dog Sled

Why take a dog sledding yurt trip? Well first of all let me just make a simple statement: getting out into the wilderness is a very good thing. Staying out overnight in the winter is an incredible experience. You walk out on the lake at night and look up and the stars will appear to …

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