More About Dogsledding in Banff National Park
Dogsledding in Lake Louise
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 Lake Louise dogsledding adventure lets you combine exploring the stunning winter landscapes while traveling 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, and you can 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.
Dogsledding in Canmore
Venture off to the nearby town of Canmore, where you can take a dogsledding adventure through the awe-evoking vistas of 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, or drive your own sled for a truly thrilling experience. Have seen the “Hollywood” style dogs in the movies like Snow Dogs and Togo? These were filmed in Canmore. They’re cute and fluffy, but still, a powerhouse team that loves to pull. The Powder Hound Express and Sunfeather Winterlude offer an option for guest-driven dog sleds or instructor-driven dog sleds.
There is no dogsledding directly in the Town of Banff.