Dog Sled Rides & Tours in Northern Minnesota. An adventure fit for the whole family! Enjoy the snow and tall trees via sprint sled dog power at 12-18 mph. We're located 20 miles North of Downtown Duluth and 20 miles West of Two Harbors.
- affordable, working within your budget
- a great activity to check off your bucket list
- includes kennel tour and puppy play
- learn fun facts about sled dogs and the sport of mushing
-several ride locations including us coming to you!
-find wolf and moose tracks in the snow, maybe even spot one!
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Quick Trip - economical & popular
-A 1.5 hour experience from the time you arrive & depart
-Ride Time: ~25 mins
-Prices: $56 for adults, $32 for kids 12 & under
Wheel Dog Ride – a great experience
-A 2 hour experience from the time you arrive & depart
-Ride Time: ~55 mins
-Prices: $96 for adults, $56 for kids 12 & under
Lead Dog Ride – scenic and northwoods
-A 3 hour experience from the time you arrive & depart
-Ride Time: ~ 2 hours
-Prices: $160 for adults, $88 for kids 12 & under
Full Moon Tour – very popular
-Same experience as the “Wheel Dog Ride”, under night time full moonlight! ±2 days pre/post full moon
-Prices: $175 for adults, $85 for kids 12 & under
Kick Sledding for Kids – super fun!
-Take one of our experienced leaders for a short 2 mile run on a one person kick sled
-Kids & Teenagers only – $25
For all rides, we can take two large adults at a time or three kids. Or, a combination of one adult and two kids.
We can do two trips per day, the first one usually starts before 10 AM, the second one by 2 PM. Rides go seven days per week, weekdays work better than weekends. We do not offer your own driving experience at this point, but we are working towards that in years to come.
Call to check for availability.
Make sure you plan ahead and dress properly. It’s better to dress a little warmer than cooler, remember we are adding a 12-18 mph windchill factor to the ride.
Please bring ski goggles or sun glasses, some form of face protection. With the melting and freezing snow the dogs are kicking up a lot of small snow chunks.