"Experience a day on the trail with a team of huskies"
Experience an authentic day of dog sledding at the northwest corner of Algonquin Park. Learn how to work with a dog team including how to hook up and harness a team of huskies. Mush your team through the scenic winter wonderland.
The Dogsled day trip features a 90 minute lesson including orientation, hook up and harness followed by a 4 hour mush. Each team has two people per sled and a team of 5 to 6 huskies.
The day trip runs from 9am to 3pm.
December 20, 2012 to March 20, 2013
from $210 per person plus HST includes orientation, hook up, harness and four hour mush.
Add on Motel accommodation the night before (additional $80 per person plus HST) or two nights at the Algonquin Cottage Outpost for additional $297 per person based on two people."Dog sled Getaway with heated tent accommodation"
Check out these great videos to get a taste of the dogsled daytrip experience!
This is a shortened version of the Algonquin Park Dog sled expedition that features 2 people per sled, six dogs per team and heated wall tents as accommodation. The wall tents are heated by wood stove. The trip begins Saturday morning at 8:30am. Friday night accommodation is available for an additional charge.
Saturday - Sunday
February 2-3, 2013 & March 2-3, 2013
The cost is $450 per person plus HST
The cost includes: one night heated wall tent accommodation, tasty meals, and equipment, park permits, and services of a wilderness guide/ musher.
The cost does not include: HST (13% tax), personal clothing, transportation from Toronto
Weekend trip with friday night lodge accommodation is $515 per person (double occupancy)
Algonquin Park\'s northwest corner is home to world-class dog sledding and snowmobiling!
The Algonquin Cottage Outpost offers 3 fully furnished deluxe solar powered chalet suites with fireplace and deck - located on beautiful Kawawamog (Round) Lake at the northwest corner of Algonquin Park.
Each chalet suite features two bedrooms, washroom with hot shower, living room with fireplace, fully equipped kitchen, dining table, deck with BBQ.
Thursday to Sunday
January 1 to March 21, 2013
Cost is $545 per person based on 4 people or $726 per person based on 2 people "2 people per sled, 6 dogs per team, heated wall tents"
The Almaquin Highlands and Northwest corner of Algonquin Park are home to some of the most celebrated dogsled trails in Canada. The region features a wide variety of terrain including logging roads, narrow boreal forest footpaths, and wide-open lakes. Each sled has two mushers and a team of six Alaskan huskies.
Accommodation takes place in heated wall tents, which are set up prior to our expedition arriving. The heated wall tents are very warm and provide comfort as well as a taste of tradition with respect to winter living.
Monday to Wednesday, Wednesday to Friday, Friday to Sunday
January 1 to March 20, 2013
$684 per person which includes: 3 nights accommodation (1 night motel, 2 nights wall tent), three days mushing, all meals and the services of a guide/musher.
Cost does not include: HST (13%), transportation to Algonquin, personal clothing, and sleeping bag.
Accommodation is available the night before at the Algonquin Motel & the Northridge Inn. "Footsteps of the Pioneer"
Join the BEST WINTER PACKAGE IN CANADA Footsteps of the Pioneer - selected in March 1998 by the Canadian Tourism Commission. This 3-day trip offers a sample of winter adventures including dogsledding, backcountry skiing, snowshoeing and ice fishing.
No experience is required for this 3 day winter trips. It is a great way to get a taste of all aspects of winter. Our Algonquin Log Cabin Lodge offers comfort after an energetic day on skis or snowshoes. Enjoy a wood-fired sauna, shower, and then sip a hot drink in front of the stone fireplace. Our guests continue to rave about our creative and home cooked Canadian feasts!
Monday to Wednesday & Friday to Sunday
December 29 - 31, 2012 & February 15-17, 2013
Cost is $595 per adult, $522 per child under the age of 10. Cost includes: two nights accommodation, all meals, guided excursions including dogsledding, backcountry skiing, snowshoeing, ice fishing and services of two wilderness guides.
Return transportation from Toronto is available for $175 on the Ontario Northland Train.