Tours offer dog sledding treks across Saskatchewan
Activated by caring and adventurous outfitters, available tours range from a quick glide through the woods to British-army sanctioned survival tours and multi-day overnights in the wilderness.
Anglin Lake, Saskatchewan is the home of Sun Dogs Sled Excursions, which treats guests to a true wilderness experience with a guide who has 25-years experience as a nature interpreter with Parks Canada. Stay and mush packages are available though Elk Ridge Resort.
In Canmore, Alberta, Mad Dogs and Englishmen is a preferred outfitter. This family-run company offers winter survival programs with the British Army along with sledding and ski-joring – the art of being pulled by a team of dogs while on skis.
The gold rush town of Quesnel, British Columbia is the setting for the Northern Star Kennels dog sled adventure. They offer excursions ranging from a couple of hours through many days and include campfire menus and tenting in the wild.