Dog Sledding Squamish
Squamish Dog Sledding is a real Canadian experience.
Enjoy a journey through history on this tour. This activity is over 4000 years old. Life in Northern British Columbia would have been impossible without dog sleds. If you are visiting the sea to sky corridor this winter, this is an adventure not to miss!
Squamish dog sledding tours are memorable backcountry experiences. The sleds are pulled by enthusiastic teams of dogs, usually Siberian or Alaskan huskies. They glide quietly along snow-covered trails. Enjoy the beautiful mountain scenery along the route can include mountain views, frozen lakes or powder-filled meadows.
No experience is needed to enjoy dogsledding, and it’s possible to choose the level of participation. Sit cocooned and cosy in the sled. Or, learn commands from your guide (gee, haw, hike!), stand on the sled runners and drive the dog team. These arctic dogs have been bread over the years to withstand the cold temperatures, pull heavy loads and pull sleds over 120 kilometers at speed up to 35km per hour.
Squamish dog sledding tours are available just 35 minutes north of town, in the beautiful Callaghan Valley. Discover the ancient tradition of dog sledding and enjoy the stunning Squamish BC backcountry this winter by booking a tour online. Squamish dog sledding is a family adventure close to Vancouver that will get you outside and enjoying the beautiful mountain wilderness. Book online today!
Dog Sledding Squamish Location
Squamish dog sledding is located in beautiful Callaghan valley, just 35 minutes north of downtown.