Dogsled Activity Comparison

 Diable Adventure Forest Adventure Valley Adventure Nordic Adventure – 1 hour Nordic Adventure – VIP 1h+ Personalized Adventure 1 hour or 1.5 hour Personalized Adventure Full Day
ENVIRONMENT Fields and forest. Views of Mont-Tremblant. Forest, hilly terrain. Forest, somewhat mountainous terrain. Forest and hilly terrain with lots of curves. Forest and hilly terrain with lots of curves. Forest with mountains and valleys. Forest with mountains and valleys.
EXPERIENCE The closest to Tremblant and the most time on the trails. Lower physical requirement thanks to the less mountainous terrain. Participation in the team of dogs on certain departures. Adults can drive. Most balanced offering: This tour is in the middle in terms of physical requirements(terrain), distance to get to, and time on the trail. Adults get to drive. Lots of contact with dogs. Oldest, largest, most structured operation. Another balanced offer: moderate physical demands, average distance to get there and average duration. Adults are usually allowed to drive. Participation in harnessing dogs. Available only during certain winter periods. Drive your own sled through fields and forest for magnificent landscapes. Possibility to change driver. A bit technical with a lot of curves. Organize your private group of 2 to 4 people. Starts with soup, baguette and beer / wine. 1h hike. Possibility to change driver. A bit technical with a lot of curves. Finish with hot chocolate and a visit to the kennel. No transportation. Recommended for those who want a personalized adventure with a guide on each sled. Available only during certain winter periods. Our longest adventure. For those who wish to take a full day excursion. Very small groups (maybe just you). personalized with a guide on each sled.
Member of a professional association for dogsled operators YES – AEQ YES – AEQ NO  YES – AEQ YES – AEQ NO NO
DURATION Approx. 1h on trails. 5 minute stop to change drivers. Hot chocolate and cookies at the end. Approx. 1h including 15 min. stop for hot-chocolate. Approx. 1h including 15 min. stop for hot chocolate. Approx. 1h on trails. 5 minute stop to change drivers. Hot chocolate and cookies at the end. 1 hour on trails, 2 hours or more for a complete activity. Soup served before the hike. Hot chocolate and cookies at the end. Approx. 1 to 1h30 hours on the trail. Hot chocolate served at the end. Approx. 3 hours on the trail. 1h30 hours in the morning, 1h stop for lunch and 1h30 hours on the trail in the afternoon. Also includes nature interpretation.
PRICE  $99-$149 $96-$153 81 $ -201 $ sans transport 96 $ -136 $ 810 $ / group $105-$283.50 $346.50-$588
CONDITIONS Min. 3 years Max weight: 110 kg / 240 lb. Min. 14 years old and 90 lbs to drive. No pregnant women. Min. 3 years old (children board with a guide.) Max weight: 110 kg / 240lb. Min. 14 years old and 90 lbs to drive. No pregnant women. Min. 2 years. The guide decides if teens aged 13 to 17 can ride the sled.
No pregnant women.
Min. 3 years Max weight: 113 kg / 250 lb. Min. 14 years old and 90 lbs to drive. No pregnant women. The guides decide the distribution for the safety of the participants. Min. 3 years Max weight: 113 kg / 250 lb. Min. 14 years old and 90 lbs to drive. No pregnant women. The guides decide the distribution for the safety of the participants. All ages (0+). No expectant mothers. Age 6 min. No expectant mothers.
LOCATION  5 minutes – in Mont-Tremblant. 35 minutes – north of Tremblant. 30 minutes south-west of Tremblant. 45 minutes – north of Tremblant. 45 minutes – north of Tremblant. 45 minutes -south-east of Tremblant. 45 minutes -south-east of Tremblant.
TRANSPORT Optional. Not available during the pandemic. Optional. Not available during the pandemic. Optional. Extra charge. Not available during the pandemic. No transport. No transport. No transport.  No transport.
EXTRAS Hot chocolate and cookies served at the end in a yurt. Possibility to buy the photos on site. During the hike, you will make a stop in a cabin (+ – 20 min) to warm up. Hot chocolate and cookies served. Possibility to buy the photos on site. Stop in a heated cabin (+ – 15 min) with traditional homemade treats and hot chocolate. Light meal (soup) on the way back. Possibility to buy the photos on site. Stop 5 min to change driver. Hot chocolate and cookies served on the way back in a yurt (large Mongolian-style heated tent). Photographer on site. Visit of the kennel on the way back. Stop 5 min to change driver. Hot chocolate and cookies served on the way back in a yurt (large Mongolian-style heated tent). Soup served before the hike. Photographer on site. Visit of the kennel on the way back. Snowshoe rental included for before or after hike. Hot chocolate served at the end. Dinner includes wild fish (trout / salmon), pea soup, potatoes, or authentic Swiss fondue with dessert and tea, coffee or hot chocolate.
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