There is nothing quite like going on a dog sled tour. Or drive your own sled!
British Columbia, Canada dog sledding is a unique experience and a popular winter adventure available in the snow covered regions of the province during the months from December to March.
Throughout various regions of BC, Canada there are dog sled tours available. British Columbia dogsled tours can include a professional musher calling the commands while you enjoy a front row seat bundled up on the sled.
Dog sledding adventures in the province include 1/2 day, full day and overnight adventures. Day tours include lessons, equipment and guide. Overnight adventures, in most cases, include accommodations (snow tent, igloo, hotel or lodge), meals, transportation and entertainment.
The routes for British Columbia dog sledding tours tend to follow along snow covered recreation trails, old gravel access roads, banks of frozen rivers and alpine lakes. Some of dog sledding tours can reach distances of over 100 kilometres long navigating deep into the wilderness backcountry.
Some British Columbia sled tours operate from mountain resorts and ski hills like Whistler, Big White and Sun Peaks. Some operate from communities which receive a high amount of snow during the winter months like Prince George, Quesnel, Valemount, Fernie, Kimberley, 100 Mile House, Nimpo Lake and Wells.