Dogsledding

Lake Louise, Banff National Park

Glide swiftly across a fresh dusting of snow, where the only sounds are the soft thuds of husky paws and the jingle of their collars. This dog sledding adventure lets you combine exploring the stunning winter landscapes of Lake Louise while travelling by the power of these beautiful creatures. You might see these lean race style dogs appearing in 300 mile distance races in the Yukon, Alaska, Saskatchewan and Montana. All sleds are led by a guide, but you do have the opportunity to try driving the sled yourself on the Great Divide Dogsledding Tour. For guests short on time, the 30 minute Narnia Dogsledding Tour is the perfect introduction to dogsledding.

Canmore, Spray Lakes

Venture off the beaten path to the town of Canmore, where we will take you on a dog-sledding adventure through the awe-evoking vistas of the Spray Lakes. Snuggle into the blankets and enjoy the ride as the furry four-legged team pulls you along pristine mountain trails with your experienced guide. You may have seen these “Hollywood” style dogs in the movies like Snow Dogs, that was filmed in Canmore. They’re cute and fluffy, but still a powerhouse team that love to pull. The Powder Hound Express, Sunfeather Winterlude and the Flight of the Great Snowy Owl tours each offer an option for guest driven sleds or Instructor driven sleds.

There is no dogsledding directly in the Town of Banff.

Lake Louise Dogsled
Limited Space

Dogsledding – Narnia 30 mins

This 30 minute tour captures the very best of the spectacular landscape and is the perfect introduction to dogsledding in Lake Louise. Experience stunning views of the tallest peaks and icy blue glaciers, and a magical jaunt through the woodland trail. The Narnia Tour is perfect for those who want a shorter tour and who wish to remain in the sled, enjoying the scenery - named for its likeness to the 'Chronicles of Narnia'. For the thrill of your life, come mushing with the happy, hard working Alaskan Huskies in beautiful Lake Louise. Sled Configurations  Capacity Drive Option Regular Season High Season* Maximum Weight 1 person sled Guide/Instructor driven $198 $230 400lbs 2 person sled Guide/Instructor driven $198 $230 400lbs 3 person sled (max 2 Adults + 1 small child (under 5)) Guide/Instructor driven $218 $255 400lbs * High
per person
Jan-Mar
4:00pm
30 Mins
Dogsled Tour in Spray Lakes, Alberta
Limited Space

Dogsledding – Powder Hound 2 Hrs

This is the best value for money dogsledding tour that guarantees you a hands-on experience to drive your own sled in Spray Lakes, Canmore. Enjoy panoramic views as you mush your way along the pristine trails of Goat Pond in Spray Lakes Provincial Park with alluring hills, tranquil valleys, quaint bridges and breathtaking ice-covered lakes. This tour offers you the opportunity to get to know the beautiful and friendly Canadian Huskies and participate at your own comfort level with your choice of a guide/instructor driven sled or a self-driven sled. The self-driven sleds are the most popular option and allow you to drive your very own dog team along with their friends and family without an instructor. The guide driven sleds are ideal for anyone that would prefer to leave the driving to an experienced instructor - with the
per person
Dec-Apr
9:00am, 11:00am, 1:00pm, 3:00pm
2 Hours
Dogsledding at Lake Louise, Banff National Park
Limited Space

Dogsledding – Great Divide 2 Hrs

The most popular dogsledding tour at Lake Louise takes you along the base of giant peaks in Banff National Park to a pass at the Continental Divide. Lake Louise is an icon of Canadian beauty and a stunning place to visit, and dogsledding is the most popular winter activity and an adventure suitable for anyone. Combine these two, and you’re bound to create the most memorable experience of your holiday. The Great Divide Tour takes you along the base of giant peaks in Lake Louise in Banff National Park to Yoho National Park through the Kicking Horse Pass at the Continental Divide, the high point separating the east from the west. There will be plenty of time to take photos while travelling through such striking mountain landscape. Guests have the opportunity to get to know the dogs, their guides,
per person
Dec-Apr
9:30am, 12:00pm, 2:00pm
2 Hours
Dogsled Tour in Spray Lakes, Alberta

Dogsledding – Sunfeather Winterlude 4 Hrs

A longer tour with the option to drive your own dog sled in picturesque Spray Lakes, Canmore. Glide through entwined forests of towering black spruce draped in mounds of fresh, delicate snow. Beautiful clean, crisp mountain air filled with frosty breath surrounds you as your team travels along the enchanting Goat Creek. Stop to savor lunch with slow-roasted deli smokies and other Canadian-style delicacies by the campfire. Afterwards, take in breathtaking panoramic views while traversing the magnificent Goat Pond or Spray Lakes and finish with another cozy fire and laughter in sharing your adventure with the others. This tour offers you the opportunity to get to know the beautiful and friendly Canadian Huskies and participate at your own comfort level with your choice of a guide/instructor driven sled or a self-driven sled. The self-driven sleds are the most popular option
Dec-Apr
11:00am
4 Hours
Dogsled and Heli Tour

Dogsledding – Flight of the Great Snowy Owl 2.5 Hrs

A helicopter sightseeing flight and dogsledding tour all in one awesome package in Canmore! Soar by helicopter for 25 minutes over the majestic Sundance Range into the wilderness of the Canadian Rocky Mountains to Spray Lakes near Canmore. Meet the excited team of huskies before enjoying the Powder Hound Dogsledding Tour as you mush your way along the pristine trails of Goat Pond in Spray Lakes Provincial Park with alluring hills, tranquil valleys, quaint bridges and breathtaking ice-covered lakes. This tour offers you the opportunity to get to know the beautiful and friendly Canadian Huskies and participate at your own comfort level with your choice of a guide/instructor driven sled or a self-driven sled. The self-driven sleds are the most popular option and allow you to drive your very own dog team along with their friends and family without
per person
Dec-Apr
9:00am, 11:00am, 1:00pm, 3:00pm
2.5 Hours