7 DAY YUKON DOG SLEDDING ADVENTURE

7 days- 6 nights. Beginners to intermediate. Excellent chance of viewing the northern lights. This mushing expedition is available earlier in the season because it doesn't involve travelling on frozen water.

MINIMUM 2 PEOPLE

2750$ + tax  (5%)PP

AVAILABLE 01 DEC TO 5 APRIL

START AT 9.30

PICK UP FROM WHITEHORSE CAN BE ARRANGED

DESCRIPTION :

  Mush! Be adventurous and visit the Yukon in winter. Dog sledding tours and expeditions are of our most prized wilderness vacation products. Discover the exhilarating feeling of driving your own dog team through frozen Yukon landscapes. Enjoy being part of a team, with happy huskies! The joys and thrills of winter travel are of experiences that you will never forget. Our guides will amaze you with their knowledge and survival skills. In the north, a good guide is your most valuable asset for an enjoyable wilderness adventure. Dog sledding tours and expeditions also provide you with an excellent chance of viewing the magic of the northern lights. Sit back and relax in the evenings. Our guide will establish camp and treat you with comfortable warm and delicious meals. Our recipe for an unforgettable winter adventure!

DAY 

1

Your guide will pick you up at your hotel in Whitehorse and safely drive you to the Boreal Kennels base in Carcross for the start of your Yukon dog sledding trip and adventure.

Your guide will already have got the camping and dog sledding gear all sorted out and arranged. We will help you pack your personal belongings so we are ready to go when we reach our departure location. Now time to load our husky friends into the dog trailer. A journey of about 2 hours awaits us until we reach Johnson Crossing, only a few minutes away from our desination.

The real adventure begins. Your guide will show you how to properly pack your sled bag for best performance and balance. Time to hop on our sleds and unhook the snow anchors and off we go, mushing down the trail.

At this point the barking has stopped and all you can hear is the sound of your dogs panting and the runners sliding in the snow. After several hours of dog sledding and gazing at the scenery we will establish camp for the night. Your guide will as always cook a delicious warm meal and make sure the camp stays warm and cozy.

  Sleeping in a warm tent in the middle of winter always seems very comfortable. Tonight around a campfire, maybe you will see northern lights or hear wolves howling!

DAY 2 

TO 6

The dog sledding adventure continues. The South Canol road heads north cutting through the Pelly Mountains.

Day after day we travel into more remote areas all stunning by their natural beauty and the wildlife that we encounter.

Wolf tracks and moose sightings are common in winter! At times on the road at times on side trails we travel our way as a team. During these 5 days you will have a chance to aquire the skills of a dog sled driver and experience the comfort of camp that your guide will provide each evening. Delicious food is a must in the bush and will help you enjoy your trip.

DAY 

7

  As our dog sledding adventure comes to an end, we will take time to appreciate the last hours in the Yukon wilderness. By now you have become more used to mushing and can travel at your pace, enjoying the company of your sled dogs.Once at Johnson's Crossing, our guide will drive you back to your hotel in Whitehorse. Our guides will amaze you with their wilderness knowledge and survival skills.

 A true Yukon dog sledding adventure. Trips are customized to your expectations.

INCLUDED

NOT INCLUDED

PACKING LIST

  • PICK UP FROM WHITEHORSE (MINIMUM 2 PEOPLE)

  • MEALS AND BAVERAGES

  • CAMPING GEAR 

  • WINTER CLOTHING 

  • GRATUITIES

  • ALCOHOL BEVERAGES

  • THERMAL UNDERWEAR - LONG SLEEVE SHIRT AND PANTS

  • FLEECE PANTS AND SWEATER

  • NECK WARMER OR BALACLAVA

  • FLEECE HAT OR FUR HAT

  • SUNGLASSES

  • CAMERA WITH LITHIUM BATTERIES

Boreal Kennels is a fully insured organization, however we strongly recommend customers to have a personal travelling insurance.

Klondike Hwy Carcross, Yukon

Widerness tourism association of the Yukon
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