OUR ALASKAN SUMMER SLED DOG ADVENTURE
An 8 mile journey in our open air 6x6 Pinzgauers takes you from sea level to an elevation of 1200 feet on the historical Iditarod trail. At this elevation the mountains open up to one of the most scenic landscapes in all of Alaska.
Here you will meet one of our famous dog handlers including 7 time Iditarod musher Nicolas Petit and his amazing sled dogs, who are incredible athletes. Observe dog handling techniques and interact with the dogs that ran 1049 miles from Anchorage to Nome―truly incredible athletes.
This experience is “HANDS ON !!” You can learn how to harness up your own Dog!
Experience the excitement and energy of these athletes as you feel the raw power of these sled dogs as you ride through trails high up in the Alaska mountains.
It’s an experience you will never forget...
After your cart ride, you will visit our beautiful puppy pavilion. This is your chance to cuddle and play with future Alaska Iditarod champions or check out authentic race memorabilia including Nick's racing sled, trophies, and all the gear and warm clothing that he needs to survive while racing over a thousand miles in unforgiving conditions.
See you in 2021 starting May 15th
Summer Sled Dog Adventure
Tour Departures Time:
9 a.m. and 1 p.m.*
*custom tour times available
Total Tour Time:
Reservations are no longer being taken for the 2020 season. Book your tours for 2021 starting May 15th.
Make a Reservation
Inquire at the Tourist Trap: Located at the entrance to Girdwood in the Tesoro Minimall. Just a 40 minute drive South of Anchorage on the New Seward Highway.
Submit a reservation request
Pinzgauers. Our team is taking extra steps to protect the well-being of our
guests, staff and dogs. Group size is 10 or less; if you are a group or family traveling together with more than 10 people, give us a call and we can customize a tour for you.