Dog Sled Rides of Winter Park

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Casper and a young guest share a moment.

Reservations Are Available Through March 31st, 2018

Dates for April 2018 will be added on November 1st, 2017.

NOTE: Our ride is a passive activity in which our guides do the driving, and all customers are passengers.

Cart Rides are Open
Cart rides are a lot like sled rides except that we use a cart that has wheels and it rolls instead of slides. One guest in each cart gets to steer and use the brake. To see the path we take on a typical cart ride, visit our trip page.
Cart rides start at $184 per cart and can hold up to four people.
Click here to read more about our cart rides.
Reservations are required.
Kennel Tours are Open
Kennel tours are walking, educational tours of the kennel. They last about an hour or so, and guests learn just about everything they need to know in order to care for, feed and train sled dogs. At the end of the tour, there is some hands-on time with the dogs in the exercise yard as well.
Click here to read more about our kennel tours.
Virtual Kennel Tours are Open
Virtual Kennel Tours follow the same basic structure of a regular kennel tour, except you can partake from anywhere in the world. We utilize Google Hangouts to bring the experience of a kennel tour to you when you are unable to come in person.
Click here to read more about our virtual kennel tours.

$1 per person with a minimum of 50 people. Email for reservations.

Kennel Handler Experience is Open
The kennel handler experience is a hands-on experience where you will do all the work of a regular kennel handler. It lasts about two hours, and guests do all the dog related chores that one of our employees would do on a typical day.
Click here to read more about our kennel handler experience.
Check-in time is 08:00 daily.
$50 per person. No one under 16 permitted.
Reservations are required.

Some people ask if the cart rides are as fun as the sleds. Based on the video, the dogs sure think they are fun.

It's taken a few days to process the loss and write it down. The description on the album was something I needed to write for myself, but it will give you some insight into this special dog.

Posted by Dog Sled Rides of Winter Park on Thursday, November 5, 2015

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Huskies for Apotion

We often have dogs available for adoption. You can see our current list on our adoption page.

Call (970) 387-8326 or click here to schedule the experience of a lifetime.