Summer Dog Sledding in Alaska on Snow

Ride a Helicopter, Go Dog Sledding, and Create an Unforgettable Alaskan Memory

Go Dog Sledding in Alaska on pure white snow even during the summer time. From Mid-May until the end of August, our helicopter dogsledding tour is the best way to experience Alaska’s state sport during the summer.

After taking off in one of our helicopters, you’ll find yourself landing at dog camp atop an ancient glacier. A team of sled dogs anxiously awaits to pull you across perfect white snow. Our small staff and 25 dogs are sure to make you feel right at home while surrounded by beautiful mountain visitas.

After your sled ride, cuddle our lovable puppies, take pictures of the beautiful Alaskan scenery, and talk with your musher about dog sledding in Alaska — they’re sure to have some incredible adventures to share. We have all the gear and equipment you’ll need for your Alaskan dog sledding experience, you just need to bring your camera.

This is a 1.5 hour tour that includes 15 minutes of flight seeing. Dog sledding in Alaska is sure to be a highlight that will stick with you and your family for the rest of your lives. This has a low activity level, making it ideal for all ages. $449* per person plus taxes and 3% fuel surcharge. This trip is run Mid-May through the Beginning of September and leaves from the Seward Airport, located at 2210 Airport Road Seward, AK 99664.

Trip Highlights

  • 15 minute of Scenic Flight Time Up to Godwin Glacier
  • Visit Dog Camp; Home to 20 sled dogs and 2 mushers
  • 2 Mile Dog Sled Ride Around Godwin Glacier
  • Incredible Scenery
  • Play on Snow in the Summer Time
  • Amazing Photo Opportunities
  • Cuddle Adorable Alaskan Husky Puppies