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Dog Sled Rides & Kennel Tours-Winter Adventure

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Trip at a Glance

  • Company

    Cotter's Kennel Sled Dog Tours

  • Locations

    Fairbanks, Alaska, United States

  • Activities

    Adventure, Dog Sledding

  • Price
    $165 USD per person
  • Avg Distance

    4 miles

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Upon request

  • Starting Location

    Fairbanks, AK

  • Price Includes

    Kennel tour; Round trip transportation from Fairbanks

  • Notes

    This tour has a 2 person minimum.

Highlights

  • Short kennel tour; take photos with our adorable dog teams and puppies
  • 4 mile dog sled ride; feel the excitement and power of a team of Iditarod dogs when they hear "Mush."
  • Enjoy the warm up area with wood stove, hot drinks and snacks.

Guide

Trip Info

A trip to Alaska is not complete without taking a ride with the great dogs that race the Iditarod.¬†Climb aboard a dog sled and feel the excitement and power of a team of Iditarod dogs when they hear “Mush.”

After a thrilling dog sled ride one of our mushers will cover the details of training and proper care required for a top sled dog team.

Get up close with the sleds and gear used in “The Last Great Race.” Finally, take photos with our adorable dog teams and puppies and create memories of a lifetime.

This tour has a 2 person minimum.

Your adventure awaits!

Cotter's Kennel Sled Dog Tours

I am the owner an operator of Cotter's Sled Dog tour an Racing Kennel .I have completed 20 Iditarod Sled Racing an am the 1987 Yukon Quest Champion. I have finished in over 150 Sled Dog Races .I have won 4 Humanitarian Awards for my care of dogs .I have given dog sleds to people from all over the world .I love to see people connect with my dogs .

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