Into the Wild Adventures, dog sledding tours and winter adventures in the Yukon Territory, Canada - Dogsledding Tours

Dog Sledding Tours

Full Day Dog Sled Tour

Our signature dog sledding tour will take you through 48 kms of beautiful trails. You will cross frozen lakes, climb a mountain, test your agility on narrow, challenging bush trails and encounter history while travelling on old mining roads.

During your lunch break you will enjoy the breathtaking view over Fish Lake, have some time to pet your loyal sled dogs and get some well deserved rest. You will need it with a total elevation gain of over 800 meters!

It is a true challenging wilderness experience in which you will be one with your sled dogs, huffing and puffing with them going up the hills and sharing with them the thrill of dog sledding down the slopes. You will be amazed by their commitment, loyalty and never-ending energy.

Price per person, + 5% gst
One person per sled
9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Pick up and drop off in
downtown Whitehorse available:
$15 per person
Winter clothing included

Half Day Dog Sled Tour

If you do not feel like a true adventurer but still would like to get a taste of the thrill of driving a team of sled dogs, our half day dog sledding tour is for you. It will take you on an old mining road, flat, wide and easy for the most part. Perfect for a beginner who would like to give it a try but does not feel confident enough for more challenging trails.

You will learn how to drive your team of sled dogs like a real musher and a bond will develop between your canine partners and you.

Beware you don’t get hooked… dog sledding is highly addictive ! But no worry, after this introduction to the wonderful world of sled dogs you can still sign up for one of our longer tours…

Price per person, + 5% gst
One person per sled
9:am to 12:30
1:00 pm to 4:30 pm
Pick up and drop off in
downtown Whitehorse available:
$15 per person
Winter clothing included


You will drive your own sled dog team. Nobody sits in the sled.

You’ll have 3 to 6 sled dogs per team, depending on the length of the tour, the snow conditions, your experience and abilities.

We like to have small groups with no more than four people. We can make an exception for a group of 5 people willing to stay together.

You will have an experienced guide certified in wilderness first aid and carrying a first aid kit. He will lead the group with his own dog team.

Hot beverages and snacks will be provided during and after the tour.

We have winter gear available that you can borrow.

Dog sledding requires you to be in a relatively good physical shape. The physical demand can be compared to cross country skiing.

An introduction will be given to you prior to the tour. You will learn how to drive your sled, use the brake, give commands to the dogs, and also how to handle the dogs, harness them and hook them up. We like to consider our dog sled tours as a learning experience as well as a sportive one. After the tour there will be time to spend with the dogs, pet them and answer all your questions.

As you will see our dogs are well trained and very friendly. We will not tolerate any poor handling of them. It is very important that you listen to the instructions carefully as they can get injured easily if you hit them with your sled.

Reservation and cancellation policy



  • Half Day : 205 $ + gst  ( about 2 hours on the trail, more than 3 hours in total )
  • Full Day : 325 $ + gst( 4 to 5 hours on the trail, at least 6 hours in total )
  • Pick up to/from Whitehorse is 15$ per person
  • All prices are in Canadian dollars
  • A deposit of 50% is required to validate your booking for any day trip

Cancellation policy

Reservations may be cancelled or changed up to 2 days (48 h) prior to your scheduled tour. There is a 20 $ per sled rebooking fee for tours cancelled or changed more than 48 h prior to the scheduled tour time.

If you cancel or change your reservation within 2 days (48 h) of your scheduled tour time, you will forfeit your deposit.

The best way to contact us is via email or text. We can usually answer emails and texts between tours. You can try calling but we do not always answer the phone reliably.