Come meet the Alaskan Huskies on an adventure into the extraordinary Kenai Fjords National Park towards Exit Glacier. Before heading out, you will gear up and meet your real Alaskan racing huskies. All gear is provided by your tour team.
The beautiful winter landscapes make for incredible photo stops along the way. Enjoy a small group, hands-on tour, and learn all about how the dogs train and prepare for races like the 1,000-mile Iditarod. Drive or sit in the sled with one of your guides and take on Alaska's state sport for yourself.
If you are brave enough to visit Alaska in the winter, this family-friendly tour will not disappoint. Learn about dog sledding so that the sport of mushing can continue to grow and continue to honor the way of the north. Learn from the experts about how they started dog sledding.
Please note this tour runs from December to early March.
Duration: 2.5-3 hours (Roundtrip transportation. 60-90 minutes dogsledding)
- Minimum of 2 passengers required to book
- Children must be accompanied by an adult.
- Young children must hold the hand of a parent/guardian during the duration of the tour.
- Participants must sign a liability waiver (parent must sign for minors)
Duration: 2.5-3 hours. Tour times below are approximate:
- 25 minutes - gear up and safety briefing
- 60-90 minutles - dog sledding
- 30-45 minutes - photo stops and opportunities to meet the dogs
- 20 minutes - de-gear
- This tour meets either at the tour operator's office in Seward. Fully detailed instructions are included on your finalized ticket vouchers.
ADA Accessibility of Tour:
- This tour is limited mobility and wheelchair accessible. Please leave a comment during checkout if wheelchair assistance or any other assistance is required.
What type of clothing should I wear?
Layers are key! We provide gear but to dress appropriately, please have a warm hat that covers your ears. Neck gaiters are sometimes easier than a scarf. Base layers like long underwear/leggings. Windproof gloves or mittens. Please let us know if you have questions on how to dress.
How close will I get to the glacier?
On this tour you will get close enough to take photos but not be able to walk on the glacier or touch the glacier during the tour.
Can we pet and play with the sled dogs?
Yes. Under the supervision of our guides, we invite you to pet and play with our dogs as they love human interaction.
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