Dog Sledding in Ontario

Experience the playful excitement, the determination and the hot breaths of a pack of huskies fogging up the crisp Winter air as they gleefully pull you across the glistening landscape. Go on a dog sledding tour around many of our great frozen inland lakes or spend a weekend on a dog sledding tour throughout Ontario's brilliant, snow-covered forests. Bundle up and holler "mush!"

What can you expect on a dog sledding excursion?

An authentic dog sledding experience will offers guests an experience of a lifetime. Your tour will take you on a scenic variety of beautiful northwoods trails accompanied by expert guides (some even allow you to drive your own dogteam). Look for wildlife and take lots of pictures. Some tour companies offer optional skiing, snowshoeing, and other Winter recreational activities. Dog sledding is suitable for most ages. No dogsled experience or special gear is needed. Best of all, you'll get to meet some lovable, huggable huskies before you help harness, hitch and go for your tour.

Where to go dog sledding in Ontario...

Dog Sledding Adventure Tours at Haliburton Forest
Haliburton Forest & Wild Life Reserve Ltd. consists of 80,000 acres of forested, rolling hills interspersed with more than 50 lakes and hundreds of wetlands. Winding through the forest are more than 300 kilometers of groomed trails making this a dogsledder's paradise. Hidden along the trails are a number of small camps and shelters providing scenic locations to have a snack, warm up, or stay overnight.
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Dog Sledding Wilderness Adventure Trips, Algonquin Park
Imagine the thrill of mushing an Alaskan dog sled team into Algonquin Park Canada area wilderness and overnight Winter camping in a cozy, wood stove heated canvas tent.
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Winterdance Dogsled Tours
Dogsledding in Haliburton, Ontario's spectacular Winter wilderness, offers a glimpse into a time gone by, when life was slower and people were as one with the natural world around them. Winterdance offers various dog sledding packages with beautiful purebred Siberian Huskies.
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Call of the Wild
This tour company avoids the busy "tourist" areas in Algonquin that others go to. The places in Algonquin Park that they camp in are secluded and well off the beaten track. It is also the best place in the world to see moose, hear a wolf howling in the distance, or see a beaver. It's perfect for wildlife viewing, or just relaxing. And in Winter, the tour reveals Algonquin Park to you by another exciting method - on a dog sledding expedition!
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Snow Forest Adventures
Snow Forest Adventures is a small family run business offering world class dog sledding and canoe expeditions in Algonquin Park, Temagami and Canada's far north. With over twenty years of experience in leading wilderness expeditions by dog sled and canoe, Snow Forest Adventures commits itself to delivering high quality and personalized wilderness experiences.
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Windrift Adventures
Dogsledding and Dune Buggy adventures 30 minutes north of Barrie, 1.5 hours north of Toronto! Serving multiple locations within Simcoe County. If you are adventurous, enjoy being outdoors, love nature, or just love to have fun and try new activities as a family or with friends then you will love this experience!
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