Dogsledding Day Trips—20% OFF March and April Trips
For those eager to try dogsledding, we offer single day excursions. A day trip includes full instruction, guides, gear and a hot lunch. You will learn to drive a dog team of 4 to 6 Alaskan huskies. Covering between 15 and 30 miles of scenic lakes and trails, the day trip gets you out in the wilderness for about six hours.
Dog Sledding In Superior National Forest
Our kennel is nestled in the middle of the Superior National Forest, affording a fantastic variety of lake travel and scenic forest trails to explore. Trips typically start at our kennel at 9am and return by 3:30pm. We will stop for a hot lunch mid-day. Typically, we will build a campfire and roast local bratwurst, or, on windy days, savor homemade soup and hot cocoa in a protected grove of evergreens. As always, our homemade cookies disappear fast.
Individual or Group Dog Sled Day Trips
One Person or Two Person Dog Sled Trips
Our day trips are offered in both the Premier Style (one person per sled) and the Traditional Style (two people per sled, sharing riding and driving). For the Premier Style Day Trip, we keep groups private (two minimum) but for the Traditional Style Day Trip people from multiple parties may be combined on the daily outings. Either style, expect friendly instruction and guidance as you learn to drive your dog team.
Day trips are offered daily December through the end of March.
Take 20% OFF Full Day Trips March 15 until the end of the season.
Group Rates: For parties of six or more, take 15% off.
Dates are arranged by request—just call or email us with dates you have in mind.
|Day Trips||Trip Intro|
|Shared||Best choice for families, large groups, or less active people. Read More|
|Solo||Solo sleds are best for active travelers. Read More|
|3/4 Day||Combines a half day of dogsledding, on shared sleds, with a lunch on a frozen lake. Perfect for large groups. Read More|
|1/2 Day||These short outings work great for larger groups. Read More|
|Fishing||A day on the sled with a couple of hours of wilderness fishing. Read More|