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Small dog kennel of Siberian Huskies offering fall dog cart tours and winter dogsled tours. We're located 25 minutes from the village of Stowe and 25 minutes north of the city of Montpelier.

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Vermont Outdoor Guide Association offers information for adventure vacations in the state of Vermont. Mix and match from dog sledding to over 70 other guided activities. We also help with accommodations and vacation planning.

Husky Works Mushing Company

Kennel of 22 Siberian huskies offering guided rides on network of private groomed trails. Plan for a 2 hour visit, which includes intro to dog sledding, harnessing the team, ride and stop at our cabin. Single sled can carry 330lbs of passenger weight. Two sleds avaliable at each time slot. Rides Fri ...

Atii Sled Dogs

Small kennel of purebred AKC Siberian Huskies with classic lineage as working sled dogs and conformation. Two experienced skijorers and mushers providing sled dog rides and skijoring lessons and training. (Skijoring and working with Siberians since 1985 & 1988 respectively. Driving a sled & racing ...

Eden Mountain Lodge

Eden Lodge is home to a kennel of 38 champion Alaskan Huskies. The property is designed specifically for dogsledding, the only place like it in New England. The 10 mile trail system is state of the art, private and groomed daily. There are two, comfortable, pet-friendly vacation rentals on-site, w ...

October Siberians Sled Dog Adventures

Tandem sled with a 10 dog team. Client experience the joy of driving, but the musher (team owner) maintains full control. Beautiful scenic vista of mountains, a reservoir and lovely wood trails.

Vermont Dog Sledding Adventures

Siberian Husky dog sled rides through wooded trails and logging roads in the Green Mountains of southern Vermont.

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Cobble Hill Kennel is a dogsled touring company located in Middlebury, Vermont. We are proud to offer an authentic mushing experience and a unique look into the sport of dogsledding. We also compete at the highest level in dogsled races around the continent.

In the winter months we balance racing with giving rides in the Green Mountains, outside of Waitsfield, Vermont. We also offer Kennel Tours, Dryland Cart Rides, and School Visits in the off-season!

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We are a small kennel of sled dogs operating in the Northeast Kingdom in Vermont. We are passionate about this sport and love showing you our talented Alaskan Huskies. Our personal goal is to share the sport of dogsledding with others. We currently offer tours in Stowe Vermont. In addition to tours, we will always continue to train and compete in distance races in New England. 

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Trust us, it an excellent way to end the evening in Stowe, after a day of skiing or visiting

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Evening dog sled rides.

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Experience an unforgettable evening dogsledding tour just minutes away from Stowe, Vermont at Ryder Brook Golf Club . Huskies in the Kingdom provides an exhilarating adventure perfect for all, whether you're a family, a couple, or part of a large group. During this 30-minute program, you'll learn about the fascinating history of dog sledding, bond with our friendly Huskies, and embark on a 15-minute ride!

After your exhilarating dogsled ride, warm up in the clubhouse. The ambiance invites you to relax and unwind while enjoying a delightful dining experience accompanied by refreshing drinks. It's the perfect way to conclude your evening of adventure, ensuring a truly memorable experience.

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Reserve your tour online through our calendar or call 802-253-2317

Base rate $165.00 for the first two passengers 

For each additional passenger add: Adult: $75.00 Child: $55.00 12 years and under Maximum capacity 400 lbs per cart.

4:40 PM - 8:00 PM 

30-minute program including 15-minute ride time Holiday schedule and pricing may apply.

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Ryder Brook Golf Club, Laporte Road, Morristown, Vermont

WHAT WE PROVIDE

Professional musher and dog team

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Minimum Age 2

Max 3 People Per Ride

Max 400 lbs Combine Weight

No Pregnant People in their 3rd Trimester

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From the b&b and around vermont, enjoy vermont dog sledding tours in the mad river valley.

Vermont Dog Sledding Tours In The Mad River Valley

It bears repeating: Vermont’s Mad River Valley is a winter sports-enthusiast’s paradise. Sugarbush , Mad River Glen , Ole’s , and the Catamount Trail are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Nordic or alpine skiing here. Snowboarding, snowshoeing, ice-skating, and shooting down slopes on the Valley’s own Rocket Sled are also popular and easily accessible, regional winter pastimes.

Perhaps our area’s most unusual – or at least atypical – cold-weather activity is dog sledding.

October Siberians has been offering Vermont dog sledding tours in the Mad River Valley since 2005 – and what an opportunity! Dog sledding merges the thrill of sledding with the joy of working with a team of happy, healthy dogs. And you’ll really work with them too.

October Siberians’ Vermont dog sledding tours are not just a fun ride but an interactive experience of driving the sled. These dog sleds are designed for two drivers, with October Siberians acting as the main “musher,” or driver. You, meanwhile, will have the opportunity for some hands-on experience driving a dog team. How cool is that?

Of course, you may prefer to simply sit back in the sled bag and enjoy the ride. That’s okay, too! You choose how much involvement you have as well as whether your tour is a downhill thrill ride or an easy glide through the park.

October Siberians offers a variety of Vermont dog sledding tours, too.

Enjoy a two-hour dog sled tour of Little River State Park, or take things a bit more slowly with a 20 minute evening tour at Stoweflake Resort. October Siberians also offers custom programs for corporate team-building and other events. You can even experience the thrill of dog sledding without the snow during October Siberians’ limited, autumn dog-cart training sessions!

Vermont Dog Sledding Tours In The Mad River Valley

If you’d like to enjoy one of October Siberians’ Vermont dog sledding tours, you’ll want to plan ahead. These tours have limited availability and are weather dependent.

You can book your tour with October Siberians online … or just let West Hill House B&B know. We’ll be more than happy to book the adventure for you.

That’s true of almost anything you’d like to do during your Mad River Valley getaway. West Hill House B&B is proud to offer a personal concierge service to all our guests. You let us know what and when and we’ll make the reservations for you.

Suppose you know what things you like to do but are not sure where you can do it, here? No problem! As certified Vermont Ambassadors , we can also make educated recommendations.

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Experience a unique adventure into Vermont’s winter wonderland. Dog sledding is an interactive outdoor experience that’s thrilling for all ages. Stowe offers several options for those interested in dog sledding. Learn how to handle, harness and hitch a team, while enjoying the scenery.

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Eden Dogsledding

 YES OPEN SOON for 2024! Spring, Summer and Colorful Fall. Highly specialized! Ethical Sled Dog Sanctuary Experience, Dogsledding-On-Wheels Exclusive, only found here ! We offer the REAL CALL OF THE WILD EXPERIENCE! Adults and Kids love this Rare multiple sleddog friendly tour experience!

Our Un-Chained Gang's ethical, free-range approach allows us to offer a "loose-drop" pond stop where the dogs can swim and cool off during summer tours. YOU WON'T EXPERIENCE THIS ANYWHERE ELSE.    

Once the snow stops flying we are able to offer Dogsledding-On-Wheels  TM  Tours during the spring, summer and fall.  Although different from snow sledding, it's just as much or more fun - and much less chilly!  Our interactive tours allow you to meet our free-range "UN-Chained Gang" of people pleasing, loving and fun Alaskan Huskies in a personal, more relaxed way than the busy winter season allows.  You will learn about our unique ethical dog husbandry, dog conciousness, pack dynamics, social order as well as the ins and outs of the world of dogsledding. The dogs love to show you how to harness and hitch them to our specially designed German made dogsled-on-wheels and then take you for a ride on our private, summer dogsledding trail system. The ride portion of the tour is a demonstration of canine teamwork. Our unique "pond stop"  gives the dogs a chance to cool off, allowing us to offer tours in the summer.  Watch the dog's playful antics - swimming in the water, jumping for cookies and racing laps around the pond.  This is an extremely specialized activity and exclusive to the UN-Chained-Gang!

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“ Hey Jim - I just wanted to thank you for how special you treated us when we visited last month.  Eden Dogsledding and Dogsledding-On-Wheels is an asset to Vermont that everyone should know about.  Johnny has not stopped talking about the dogs or the dogsled-ride-on-wheels.  After everything else we did while in Vermont, our visit with you guys is all he can talk about. . . and the first thing I bring up with friends when they ask about the trip. . . I truly can’t thank you enough. . . . we will return . .  P.S. . Johnny asked if you would tell all the dogs hello from him . . especially Luna!” Johnny, Lisa and John -Gulfport, Mississippi

“We want to thank you for an adventurous tour last Sunday with the dogs!  We had a great time and we loved all the dogs.  They were all so adorable and friendly and it is clear they are very happy.  They definitely have a good home and we can tell they are very loved.  We especially loved Luna, she’s a sweetheart and we wished we could take her home!  We plan on coming back next summer for another visit!”  Amy and Christian -June 2007

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14 Awesome Dog Sledding Trips In The US

  • The US offers a variety of extreme winter sports, including sledding and skiing, making it a top destination for winter activities.
  • Dog sledding is a thrilling winter sport that allows visitors to experience the adrenaline of zipping over snow-covered routes and learn about the historic mode of transportation.
  • There are several top dog sledding trips in the US, including destinations like Park City, Idaho, Lake Tahoe, Alaska, Maine, and Minnesota, each offering a unique and unforgettable experience.

Winter often reveals the most beautiful side of many places around the world . It's also the chance to experience snow sports In all seasons and, luckily, the US offers several of the most incredible activities. The country features among the most extreme winter sports, like sledding and skiing, making it one of the top places to experience the winter season. Therefore, it's the peak season for ski resorts (cheap and expensive) across the country .

Another winter sport that provides guests with a thrilling experience is dog sledding, which offers more than just the adrenaline of zipping over snow-covered routes across frozen lakes and mountainous forests at breakneck speeds. Some operators even instruct guests how to operate and control a team of dogs, allowing visitors to discover a historic mode of transportation and its heritage. Let us check out the top dog sledding trips in the US.

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There Are Even More Winter Dog Sledding Trips To Check Out In The USA!

Winter brings many opportunities for enjoying winter sports, and many places across the country are perfect for dog sledding. Therefore, this list has been expanded to add more places where travelers can find it in the US.

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Black Ice Dog Sledding - Park City, Utah

Visiting Park City in Utah during winter can be an unforgettable experience for the whole family. It's the perfect time for cross-country skiing, skiing, snowboarding, fly fishing and dog sledding.

The Park City is framed by mountains, which helps to create a memorable experience. There are a handful of companies specialized in dog sledding, using huskies and arctic breeds, including rescue dogs. These companies are located close to Park City and are easily found.

Due to its popularity, travelers should make reservations are recommended.

  • Recommended tours : Luna Lobos Dog Sledding , All Seasons Adventures , North Forty Escapes , and Destination Sports and Adventures

Idaho Sleddog Challenge

Dog sledding races are a tradition in Sandpoint, Idaho. The event is often held in January, and it's interesting to watch even if one isn't competing. The Idaho Sleddog Challenge comprises three races and receives competitors from different states.

This is a fun event even for those who aren't racing, and it's a perfect trip for families. The competitions of the next edition will happen at the Lake Cascade State Park Boat Ramp and WYE Campground Checkpoint.

  • Idaho Sleddog Challenge 2024 : Between 28 and 31 January.

Dog Sledding Is A Unique Experience At Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe is a famous destination for fall foliage , but visiting the region during winter also offers memorable experiences, such as dog sledding. The activity often takes place at Squaw, which provides a stunning backdrop of Lake Tahoe's snow-covered terrain; visitors can embark on guided sled rides led by a team of energetic and well-trained dogs.

The experience provides a unique perspective of the winter landscape as guests glide through forests and open spaces, surrounded by the beauty of the Sierra Nevada mountains.

  • Recommended companies : Wilderness Adventure Dog Sled Tours

Good Times Adventures - Breckenridge, Colorado

Good Times Adventures in Breckenridge, Colorado, offers an unforgettable dog sledding experience amid the stunning Rocky Mountain scenery. Guests are paired with a team of friendly and enthusiastic Siberian Huskies, led by experienced mushers, through the Swan River Valley on a six-mile tour.

The company highlights that the early season is not guaranteed, as they rely on weather conditions.

The tours cater to all levels of adventurers, making it an ideal family-friendly activity. The picturesque surroundings and the opportunity to interact with the sled dogs add to the memorable experience. Good Times Adventures provides an unforgettable way to embrace winter in the Rockies, making it a must-try activity for visitors to Breckenridge.

  • Price : $180 per person

Yellowstone Dog Sled Adventures, Montana

There is no more exciting way to explore Yellowstone than by being towed by a group of huskies. The strong puppies from Yellowstone Dog Sled Adventures easily navigate the snowy slopes, valleys, and icy rivers. Small group excursions are the ideal way to enjoy the picturesque routes of Yellowstone National Park , with options ranging from a one-hour sledding ride to a half-day trip. It offers ample time to engage with the canines and gain a lesson on the historical pastime. Winter is the most magical time to visit Yellowstone National Park , so visitors should plan their visit accordingly.

  • Price : From $175 to $250 per person

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Alpine Air Alaska, Alaska

Alaska has a lot to offer and is the best place to enjoy sledding and discover more about dog sledding. However, not everyone can travel on a budget or is willing to venture outside during a harsh Alaskan winter. So summer is a good option. Girdwood, an Alaskan resort town, provides a unique flavor with Alpine Air. Before embarking on an expedition, visitors can form a connection with the canines and have the choice of either learning how to manage the group or simply relaxing and taking it all in. Since the center of dog sledding is here, it only seems sensible that all the operators have a strong pedigree and have been taught by Mitch Seavey, a three-time Iditarod champion. Visitors can go Dog Sledding in Alaska and have a lot of fun.

  • Price : Glacier Dog Sledding - $579 for adults, $529 for children under 12

Mahoosuc Guide Service, Maine

Travelers should visit Maine this winter to explore its beautiful scenery. Near the Vermont border, amid Maine's Mahoosuc Mountains and Umbagog Lake, there is a haven of unspoiled pathways where dogs can run freely. Visitors can look for the Mahoosuc Guide Service, which offers the challenge of managing their own canine pack while escorting nature enthusiasts into the immense wilderness. The Mahoosuc Intro plan, a two-day journey that includes skiing, mushing, and snowshoeing for the ideal outdoor adventure, is a great place to start.

All visitors actually have to take is warm clothes because the guides offer all winter gear, including snowshoes, skis, gaiters, parkas, and sleeping bags. Although physically demanding, the excursion provides the ideal chance to re-establish the relationship with nature.

Wintergreen Dogsled Lodge, Minnesota

Ely, Minnesota, is referred to as being the "Sled Dog Capitol of the US'' due to its breathtaking scenery to explore , and Wintergreen Dogsled Lodge, located at the entrance to the Boundary Waters Wilderness, is the sole lodge enterprise in the nation devoted solely to dog sledding. They have offered cabin-to-cabin dog sledding trips for close to three decades. Although dog sledding can be physically demanding and is recommended for individuals with high fitness and health, Wintergreen specializes in dealing with novices. It offers tours that are appropriate for anyone with only a minimum fitness level.

For those seeking a little more excitement, they also provide camping vacations for those in average to good physical condition.

RELATED: 10 Best Beaches Near Two Harbors, Minnesota

YMCA Rockies, Snow Mountain Ranch, Colorado

Colorado is very attractive during the winter and has much to offer. The YMCA Mountains' Snow Mountain Ranch site is a family-friendly winter wonderland tucked away amid Colorado's highlands. It's among the top venues to go on a dog sled excursion, in addition to offering 120 K of maintained cross-country skiing, indoor archery, a pool, arts & crafts, and a complete dining hall. The location provides brief 15- and 30-minute ride choices so visitors can experience the thrill of riding behind a pack of Siberian huskies close to Winter Park Resort. Alternatively, the children can stop by and visit the canines and mushers.

  • Price : $35 per person

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

The vast Bridger-Teton National Forest, a portion of the enormous Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, is where Frank Teasley conducts his trips via Jackson Hole Iditarod Sled Dog Tours. This area is perfect for families to enjoy a ride with the dogs because it approximates the fierceness of Alaska without the responsibility and risk. The Granite Hot Springs pool is only reachable by fat bikes, snowmobiles, or dogsled in the winter, and can be enjoyed on a full-day excursion while visitors witness various animals. It is among the iconic things that make Jackson Hole the iconic winter getaway .

  • Price : Starting at $310

Wilderness Adventures Dog Sled Tours, California

Alaska's complete opposite is California. The Lake Tahoe area, containing some of the best woods in the country , can be explored with the help of Wilderness Adventures Dog Sled Tours, one of California's only dog sledding services. The huskies tug with tremendous force along the routes in Brian Maas' direction. A coyote and porcupines, mule deer, and other animals could be spotted occasionally.

The one-hour rides offer the ideal chance for a relaxing ride and lots of time for photography.

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Nature's Kennel, Michigan

The Upper Peninsula of the Wolverine State is among the few places in the Lower Mainland possessing an Alaskan-style ruggedness, both in terms of the raw, desolate scenery and the tenacity of the locals. The staff at Nature's Kennel Dog Sled Adventures specializes in 10-mile family tours that are likely to spark the interests of children of all ages. Even better, children over ten can board the overnight excursion.

All guests can spend quality time with canines and discover how to manage them.

Adirondacks Region, New York

The Adirondacks are the ideal location for sledding. The premiere Olympic dog sled show was held there, and some locals continue to rely on dog sleds as a trustworthy mode of transportation. Since dog sledding remains well-liked in this area, several resorts in the alpine towns provide sled trips to their visitors. Many charming, small communities are in the Adirondacks, but visitors should consider touring Lake Placid for Thunder Mountain Dog Sled Tours and Golden Arrow Dogsled Rides. The quaint community encompasses Mirror Lake, dotted with outdoor gear stores, cozy breweries, and warm coffee cafes. Additionally, there are many different vacation accommodations in the neighborhood.

  • Price: Starting at $15

White Wilderness, Minnesota

The abundant lakes and secluded woodlands of northern Minnesota are ideal for a dog sledding experience. White Wilderness, a sled dog operator based in Ely, provides sledding dog excursions that span from day excursions to four nights of trekking through the dense forests of the Boundary Waters Wilderness' Gabbro Lakes region. White Wilderness is open between December to March, with snow covering the area all winter.

Including its multi-day excursions, White Wilderness enjoys giving a wholly immersive experience. They offer lodging in warm tents and on-site haute cuisine.

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We are the crew of the October Siberians, a Vermont sled dog team and Siberian Husky kennel. We offer dog sled tours and rides through natural areas in central Vermont. We are a small family owned kennel of around 20 dogs (yes small for a sled dog kennel), that works cooperatively with other experienced sled dog kennel to provide a glimpse for our visitors into what this lifestyle entails.

You'll see for yourself why these dogs are happiest doing what they were bred to do. You will be amazed at their excitement, strength and willingness to pull you through the Vermont winter landscape. A sled dog ride is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that will change your life forever.

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Rob's first Siberian Husky arrived in October of 1994, as his roots began to grow in the soils of Vermont.  Those early dogs are now gone, but still influence us today, as we move forward with the fourth generation of the team.  

Rob's "tails of the trails" include, exploring trails from north to south in Vermont, racing, camping trips, tours and now working with his teenage daughter, Sage, as she learns the tricks of driving and training a dog team.  

October Siberians Sled Dog Adventures seeds were planted in 2005 as a way to share this sport with others and support this lifestyle with a hobby business.  Rob has always made outreach an important part of his life by sharing knowledge with others, and maintains a strong environmental ethic with his full time employment at the State of VT, Dept. of Environmental Conservation.  

Rob looks forward to spending time with you and sharing his dogs & an adventure.

Elly and Rob began this journey back in 1990 when they met in October. Marriage came two years later in October, and two years after that moved into their home, in guess what month - October.  Elly is not the adventure type to drive a team, but loves the dogs

For a mushing kennel to be succesful the husband/wife team needs to support each other.  Elly is the enabler of this operation.  She is not completely innocent with the number of dogs.  As a 7 year old she had two dogs, while here sister had five Dachshunds.  She declared at that time about this injustice, "When I grow up I am going to have a whole bunch of dogs."  Careful what you wish for!  As our siberian litters are born, and when not enough good homes our found to place the pups - Elly is the first to say "well we can keep him/her too." 

Elly will be happy to take your calls, answer your questions and return your emails to help plan your adventure. 

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Musher's Daughter

As, "The Musher's daughter", Sage's first word was 'doggie', so you know where this was heading.  

As her 10th birthday approached, she did the work and research to demonstrate she was ready for her own dog.  Sugar, the Norfolk Terrier, became the house dog.  Sadly, Sugar left us this fall at 13

Sage has moved on in life with a degree in International Affairs and Arab World Studies from  America University.  She is currently working in Amand Jordan and hopes to be around for the holidays.

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    108 reviews. #1 of 1 Tours & Activities in Eden Mills. Nature & Wildlife Tours. Closed now. 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM. Write a review. See all photos. About. Eden Dogsledding offers educational sledding adventures for families or couples - Snow sledding in Winter, and Dog-Sledding-On-Wheels the rest of the year.

  10. Eden Ethical Dogsledding

    Eden Ethical Dogsledding offers educational sledding adventures for families or couples Spring, Summer, Winter, and Fall. Our goal is to provide a healthy, happy home for our dogs while giving guests of all ages a hands-on, educational, breath-taking experience. We want our guests to learn about dogs and dogsledding, so each tour includes a fun ...

  11. Huskies in the Kingdom| Dogsledding Tours| Vermont|Adventure

    Huskies in the Kingdom, join us for a dogsled ride we offer tours in Stowe, Vermont and in the Northeast Kingdom in Derby, Vermont. We can't wait to share this amazing sport with you ... Been running sled dogs for almost 20 years Excellent location. We pride ourselves on our dogs . Trust us, it an excellent way to end the evening in ...

  12. Dog Sled Tours

    Come join us for a bucket list opportunity in the heart of the Green Mountains. Our 1.5-hour program located in The Mad River Valley lets you experience the thrill and excitement of riding through the backcountry of Vermont with your own dogsled team. Our experienced and charismatic mushers have raced all over the world and are looking to share ...

  13. Evening Dog Sled Rides

    Experience an unforgettable evening dogsledding tour just minutes away from Stowe, Vermont at Ryder Brook Golf Club. Huskies in the Kingdom provides an exhilarating adventure perfect for all, whether you're a family, a couple, or part of a large group. During this 30-minute program, you'll learn about the fascinating history of dog sledding, bond with our friendly Huskies, and embark on a 15 ...

  14. Smugglers Notch Tours

    We recommend you book early due the popularity of our tours and limited availability of time slots. Contact October Siberians at 802-482-3460 or by email. "Rob's dogs are amazing , they are the best behaved dog team in the State!" ~ Elizabeth Strobridge, former Stowe Animal Control Officer and Musher.

  15. Vermont Dog Sledding Tours In The Mad River Valley

    Perhaps our area's most unusual - or at least atypical - cold-weather activity is dog sledding. October Siberians has been offering Vermont dog sledding tours in the Mad River Valley since 2005 - and what an opportunity! Dog sledding merges the thrill of sledding with the joy of working with a team of happy, healthy dogs.

  16. Dog Sledding

    Dog Sledding. Experience a unique adventure into Vermont's winter wonderland. Dog sledding is an interactive outdoor experience that's thrilling for all ages. Stowe offers several options for those interested in dog sledding. Learn how to handle, harness and hitch a team, while enjoying the scenery.

  17. Dogsledding-on-Wheels

    This tour also includes a pleasant pond break for the dogs to cool off during your wheeled sled ride. Refreshments and complimentary postcards offered on returning to the learning center.. Total 4 Adults, OR 2 Adults and up to 3-4 children. $25 each addditional passenger for up to 6 persons total per tour, including splitting of ride time ...

  18. Meet the Team

    Book online now! We are the October Siberians, a Vermont sled dog team and Siberian Husky kennel. We offer dog sled tours and rides through natural areas in central Vermont. We are a small family kennel of around 20 dogs (yes small for a sled dog kennel), that works cooperatively with other experienced sled dog kennels to provide a glimpse for ...

  19. VERMONT VENTURES LLC

    Let us take you on a Vermont Venture you will never forget!! Full service 4 season tour guide company located in Northern Vermont. Customized adventures to suit individual interests and needs. Offering everything from dog sledding tours to hiking adventures, make it your own give us a call to customize today.

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  21. The Crew

    We are the crew of the October Siberians, a Vermont sled dog team and Siberian Husky kennel. We offer dog sled tours and rides through natural areas in central Vermont. We are a small family owned kennel of around 20 dogs (yes small for a sled dog kennel), that works cooperatively with other experienced sled dog kennel to provide a glimpse for ...