Winter Dog Sledding in Knik, Alaska
If you are brave enough to visit Alaska in the winter then you have to go dog sledding! Our 1.5 Hour or 3-hour winter dog sled tour is a great introduction to mushing. Drive or sit in the sled with one of our guides, learn all about how we train and prepare our dogs for races like the 1,000-mile Iditarod, hear exciting tales from the trail, and experience Alaska’s state sport for yourself!
We are the CLOSEST winter dog sled tour to Anchorage and are conveniently only 20 minutes from downtown Wasilla where there are plenty of excellent restaurants. Check our winter location. Our close proximity to Anchorage and Wasilla means less driving on winter roads and warmer temperatures!
Our tours are perfect for all ages, though our shorter 1.5-hour tour is recommended for participants under the age of 14.
Experience the Thrill of Dog Sledding
Beautiful Trails, Perfect for First-time Guests!
Meet Our Sled Dogs
Meet your team of Alaskan Huskies, dogs that have been bred to run in the 1000-mile Iditarod sled dog race. If you want, help prep your team for the run by putting on harnesses and learn how we take care of their feet.
Dog Sled Ride
Choose to ride or help drive the team as part of this incredible mushing experience. Our sleds accommodate both musher and guide so you can try mushing yourself as you travel by dog team down the historic Iditarod trail.
We run our winter tours out of the Knik historic mushing historic on the Iditarod trail. Mush through beautiful snow-covered trees, and over frozen lakes, and enjoy mountain vistas.
1.5 Hour Tour starts: 10:30, 12:30, or 2:30
3 Hr Rour starts: 10:30 or 2:30
Choose from a 1.5-hour or 3-hour tour.
The 1.5-Hr tour is $179 per person
The 3-hour tour is $399 per person
Price excludes a 1.6% online booking fee, capped at $20 per reservation.
The length of the tour depends on if you chose the 1.5 or 3-hour option. All tours travel on the Historic Iditarod Trail and leave out of our home located in the Knik Historic Mushing District.
Check-in for our tour is located out of our winter residence in Knik, Alaska.
Our address is 11593 West Northshore Dr Wasilla, AK 99623. Shuttle service from Anchorage is not included.
What to Wear
We recommend dressing in layers, wearing thick socks, and having a warm hat. Although we provide parkas and bibs for you to use, these are supplemental to your own gear. We strongly advise wearing one or two layers of long underwear.
We reserve the right to cancel due to weather. We will not operate if conditions are unsafe. All cancellations are given a full refund.