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Adventure Seeker Tours-Dog sledding

Ontario Trails Events

Event: Adventure Seeker Tours-Dog sledding
Date: 2019-01-01 to 2020-03-31
Abstract: Come out on a winter days adventure and experience the new winter thrill that is taking Ontario by storm.
Type: Dog-Sled
Time: 9:00 AM
Location: Huntsville Ontario, P1H 2J4 - Approx. 3 hours drive from Downtown Toronto
Online URL: http://adventureseekertours.com/dog_sledding.htm
Cost: See Event Website

Our dog sledding daytrips, are an excellent introduction to the spectacular sport of dog sledding.

Your guide and musher is Brad Fetterley and he will make sure your trip is as enjoyable as it can be!

You will meet Brad and your dog team at a rustic farm just north of Huntsville, Ontario and from here you will be pulled through some of the finest forests in Ontario!

Dog sledding is a thrilling way to experience the Algonquin & Muskoka winter. Frozen lakes, waist deep snow, wildlife tracks, the howl of a wolfpack, and the uncanny silence of a snow–laden forest await. No experience necessary!

This is a very interactive trip - you will help harness the dogs, hook them up the sleds, and learn how to issue the commands, such as..."Hike Up"! Off you will race as the dogs strain at their harnesses, happy to be running once again.

After they settle down into their natural pace, you will steer them into the Muskoka trails. On the flat parts of the trail you can relax with the wind blowing in your face, and watch the majestic forest silently glide by! 



You will travel 2 adventurers per sled, pulled by a 6 dog team. On the full day trips you will stop at mid day to build a fire and have a traditional Canadian "bush lunch". Afterwards you continue on along the twisting trails, eventually ending back up at your starting point. Guests will have the opportunity to unharness their team and say their good byes before heading back home. This is definitely an experience you don't want to miss!



Trip Includes: 



Half Day Trip - Approx. 3 hours of dog sledding, orientation and "mushing" lesson, hot chocolate, light snack & the services of a guide/musher.