Winter Dog Sledding in Seward, Alaska
If you are brave enough to visit Alaska in the winter then you have to go dog sledding! Our 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!
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.
3-Hour Dog Sled Ride
Choose to ride or help drive the team as part of this incredible mushing experience. Travel approximately 14 miles total and learn all about this incredible sport.
We run our winter tours on the road to Kenai Fjords National Park which is closed in the winter. See Exit Glacier and beautiful snowcapped peaks on our beautiful mushing trail.
Tours start at 11 and 2pm.
Check-in for our tour is located out of our home in Seward, Alaska.
Our address is 31722 Herman Leirer Road Seward, AK 99664. We do not provide a shuttle service in the winter. Our apologies.
The actual tour will start about .5 miles further down the road from our home, where Exit Glacier Road is closed off.
This excursion lasts up to 3 hours from start to finish depending on trail conditions. Tours can run shorter if the trail is hard and fast. We travel approximately 14 miles.
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.