Husky Hiking Tour
Late May - September
- Group of 2
- Group of 3
- Group of 4
- Group of 5
- Hike with a group of 10 – 15 Alaskan Husky sled dogs – no leashes or fence required
- Play with this summer’s puppies
- Check out all of our winter mushing equipment
- Meet Jeff Deeter, a Top 20 Iditarod musher
- Learn about the history of dog mushing in Alaska
We start this tour by introducing you to the sport of long distance racing, and our Alaskan Huskies. Find out where this special breed came from, why they all look so different, and why they are the most popular sled dog used for racing. We encourage you to walk around the dog yard and meet their different personalities. They’re super friendly!
After introductions we’ll turn loose a group of dogs and hit the trail! We may be walking a portion of our adults or our puppies – depending on whose turn it is. The length of trail may be up to 3 miles, depending on the abilities of our visitors. If you want this experience, but have concerns about the distance or the terrain, please let us know during the booking process. We’ll be happy to accommodate you!
After the hiking portion of the tour you can check out all of our important winter mushing gear, including the dog sled and doggy clothing! Throughout the entire experience you will have plenty of time for photographs and doggy-loving.
Oh, did we mention there will be puppies at the end of the tour, too!?
This will vary slightly for each group. Walks for older visitors and/or younger dogs will probably be shorter. Hikes for energetic visitors and older dogs will be longer. Our longest trail is 3 miles. Most visitors spend between 2 and 3 hours here, from the moment they arrive until the moment they leave.
You may book online for up to five people. Groups larger than 5 people, and solo travelers, should email us at [email protected] for reservations.
Two people: $150 / Three people: $200 / Four people: $250 / Five people: $300. Additional persons: $50 each. Solo travelers: $75; contact us to book over the phone.
People of all ages pay the same price. There are no discounts for children or military.
Since this is an outdoor tour, for very small groups, we are well-positioned to keep our visitors safe during their time here. A hand-washing station, hand sanitizer and face masks will be provided. Masks will be required when social distancing is not possible. Social distancing will be encouraged and monitored throughout the tour. Please email or call us with any additional questions, suggestions, or special requests. (907) 371-3647 or [email protected]
Our business is our home. Reservations are required.