Nov-Apr
Season
9:00am, 11:00am, 1:00pm, 3:00pm
Departure Time
2 Hours
Duration
All Ages
Age
Active
Activity

Mush your own sled! This is our best value for money tour that guarantees you will have a hands-on experience in your dog sledding adventure.

Enjoy panoramic views as you mush your way along the pristine trails of Goat Pond.

Get to know the beautiful and friendly Canadian Huskies and participate at your own comfort level.

This one of a kind quality experience will leave you feeling exhilarated after you lead your team of dogs through the Canadian wilderness. Learn to harness and handle the dogs.

Included
  • Professional dogsledding guide
  • 30min Introduction and instruction
  • Light snack & refreshment
  • Hotel pick up and drop off
Sled Capacity
  • 3 person per sled (max)
  • 500lbs per sled (max)
Transport Options
  • Hotel pick up and drop off (Banff)
  • Meet at the Canmore office

The best parts of the tour for most people include the following:

1

1 hour dogsled in the Canadian Rockies

Enjoy panoramic views as you mush your way along 10kms of pristine trails in Spray Lakes Provincial Park with alluring hills, tranquil valleys, quaint bridges and breathtaking ice-covered lakes.
2

Option to drive the sled

A 30 minute introduction and instruction offers you the chance to safely learn how to drive a dog team.
3

Cosy campfire refreshments

At the end of the trail, gather around a warm, cozy campfire for stories while sipping hot beverages and sampling some delicious snacks.
Included
  • Professional dogsledding guide
  • 30min Introduction and instruction
  • Light snack & refreshment
  • Hotel pick up and drop off
Sled Capacity
  • 3 person per sled (max)
  • 500lbs per sled (max)
Transport Options
  • Hotel pick up and drop off (Banff)
  • Meet at the Canmore office
Once at the trail in Spray Lakes Provincial Park, the tour lasts about two hours with an hour of dog sledding, a 30 minute introduction, and 30 minutes by the campfire.

For guests being picked up in Banff please allow four hours in total including transport, and guests meeting at the office in Canmore should allow three hours. Once checked in at the office, guests will be transported to the trail in Spray Lakes Provincial Park in comfortable vans.

This two hour tour follows the pristine mountain trails of Goat Pond for 10kms, and includes a 30 minute introduction and instruction, an exhilarating hour of dog sledding fun, and a 30 minute campfire at the end of the tour to enjoy hot beverages and tasty treats. Transport to the trail from Banff or Canmore is also included.
The tour picks up from most hotels in Banff. Pick up is about 1 hour and 20 minutes before your tour time and you need to allow about 4 hours from pick up to drop off. Alternatively guests can self-drive to the office in Canmore 45 minutes prior to the tour, which is located approximately 30 minutes from Banff (please allow approximately three hours in total).
There is a maximum of three people per sled, with a maximum combined weight of 500lbs or under. Due to sled and weight restrictions (250lbs per person), then guests may need to be split up unless the Gold or Platinum Packages are booked.

There are no age or height restrictions but taller people may have to bend their knees slightly to feel more comfortable in the sled.

The comfortable handcrafted sleds are equipped with beautiful, warm Pendleton wool blankets, custom wind and water resistant sled bags along with luxurious 4 inch upholstery inside.

For your safety, comfort and enjoyment, please dress appropriately for your dog sledding tour. All guests must wear snow pants, a winter jackets, warm winter boots, a warm toque/beanie/hat that covers your ears, warm gloves or mittens, wool socks, warm under-layers, a scarf/something to cover your face and goggles or sunglasses. Clothing and boots are available for hire.

The huskies are pack of beautiful, intelligent, personable, happy, healthy, trustworthy and eager sled dogs who are absolutely head-over-heals in love with their job! There will be many opportunities to interact and cuddle with the adorable, healthy, well-groomed husky teams.
They are completely different set ups with a different atmosphere and experience. The dogs at Spray Lakes are what we call ‘Hollywood dogs’, all nice and fluffy, and there are a lot of dogs out on the trail at once which makes it a high energy, hands on experience. There are also guides on every third sled so you may be on a sled that is run by you and other guests. If you are looking for something a little more romantic, secluded or less intense, perhaps the Great Divide Tour at Lake Louise is for you.
There is a 48 hour cancellation policy, which allows you to change/cancel or refund your booking up to 48 hours outside your booked tour (up to 7 days for group bookings).
Tips are not expected, but are certainly appreciated. If you think your guide did a wonderful job and would like to indicate that with a tip, it will be graciously accepted.
Included
  • Professional dogsledding guide
  • 30min Introduction and instruction
  • Light snack & refreshment
  • Hotel pick up and drop off
Sled Capacity
  • 3 person per sled (max)
  • 500lbs per sled (max)
Transport Options
  • Hotel pick up and drop off (Banff)
  • Meet at the Canmore office
  • Prices are per person and only the Gold and Platinum Packages guarantee that you will ride together on the same guest driven sled.
  • There is a maximum of three people per sled.
  • The maximum weight is 200lbs per person (please advise of the weight of each person when booking) and 500lbs per sled.
  • Availability may vary on short term bookings.
Included
  • Professional dogsledding guide
  • 30min Introduction and instruction
  • Light snack & refreshment
  • Hotel pick up and drop off
Sled Capacity
  • 3 person per sled (max)
  • 500lbs per sled (max)
Transport Options
  • Hotel pick up and drop off (Banff)
  • Meet at the Canmore office
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