Dogsledding is a sport. Participants will be active during the ride.
On our Nordic Dogsledding Mont Tremblant adventure, you will greet our team in our yurt for the safety briefing before heading out to meet your team of eager sled dogs. Our guides will decide positions on the sleds. (If you have a particular position request please make it known to our guide when you arrive). There will be one driver and one or two passengers per sled. Adults will usually, but not always, drive their own dog sled with an adult passenger. Passengers and drivers can switch places half way through the excursion. Children may be required to ride as passengers on the guides’ sleds or ride on parents sled.
When everyone is ready, you’ll take off at top speed, riding over wide open fields before heading into more wooded and winding, hilly terrain. The ride offers a bit of a physical and technical challenge, but is still good for beginners. In all it’s approximately 1 hour on the trails. At the end you’ll have the chance to visit with the dogs and thank your team for a job well done, before heading back to the yurt of cookies and hot chocolate.
Safety, ethics, and animal health information for our operation: Read about our operating standards and Code of ethics.
We offer several dog sledding activities in the area, see our Dogsled Comparison Table.
OUR DOG SLEDDING FILLS UP WEEKS IN ADVANCE FOR HOLIDAY WEEKS (Christmas, President’s Week, School Breaks) AND WEEKENDS. MAKE SURE TO RESERVE EARLY.
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED – PLACES LIMITED