A truly Canadian Experience

This winter, re-unite yourself with “man’s best friend” as you experience the beautiful backcountry in pure Canadian style; by dogsled. Join your musher in harnessing and staging the dogs, learn the commands and brace yourself for an everlasting memory in the making. Grab yourself a blanket and snuggle up in our comfortable sleds. Sit back and enjoy your timeless ride as you’re whisked away under snow-covered alpines and unforgettable views of the Callaghan Valley, just south of Whistler. At the end of your journey, warm up with a hot cup of apple cider!

2.5 hours

Please note there is a weight limit of 350 pounds. A small child can ride with 2
if the sled is under the total weight limit. 

The minimum age to join our Dogsled Adventure is 3 years old. We recommend that children are comfortable with dogs/love them. All of our dogs are full of love and lots of licks.
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Our Dogsled Base is located approx. 20 minutes South of Whistler Village. Turn off HWY 99 onto Callaghan Valley Road then travel up this road for about 5-10 minutes. Do not go to our Snowmobile Base, the Dogsled Base is further up the road. Look for our big Dogsled sign on the Left-hand side. Then take your next left. Ample Free Parking at base. Arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your tour time to check in. Google Maps “Blackcomb Dogsled Base” for directions.

Optional shuttles are available upon request for a nominal fee. We can also offer pickups from The Fairmont Chateau, Four Seasons, Nita Lake Lodge and Legends. If you are meeting us at The Fairmont, Four Seasons or The Hilton, please arrive 30 minutes prior to your tour time to meet our driver or check in. If you are meeting us in Creekside at Legends or Nita Lake Lodge, please meet us outside 15 minutes before your tour time.
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Wear appropriate winter clothing. Jacket, pants, boots, gloves, goggles or sunglasses, and hats are recommended. Please wear any warm gear you have. We do have extra gear at our base to borrow if needed! You will also be wrapped in a blanket while sitting in the sled.
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