The Big Trip
We offer 2 circuits to make '' the great trip '':
The small race: 20 kms sled.
The candy: 27 kms sled. A stop is planned in a sugar shack for a gastronomic snack mid-way
For the candy:
that is to say 27 km of dog sled with stop at the sugar shack.
For adults for double sled (ie with a guide on the sled or two on a sled). 258 $ av taxes per person to pay on the spot.
For adults for sled solo (ie sled toboggan, or 1 driver alone in the sled). $ 313 av taxes per person to pay on the spot
For children between 6 and 11 years old $ 173 before tax per child to pay on the spot
For children between 3 and 5 years old $ 138 av taxes per child to pay on the spot.
For the short race:
20 km of dogsledding without stopping at the sugar shack.
For adults for double sled (ie with a guide on the sled or two on a sled). $ 228 before taxes per person to pay on the spot.
For adults for sled solo (ie sled toboggan, or 1 driver alone in the sled). 283 $ av taxes per person to pay on the spot
For children between 6 and 11 years old $ 163 before taxes per child to pay on the spot
For children between 3 and 5 years old $ 138 av taxes per child to pay on the
This is how a dog sled activity is going.
After a welcome on the site, the participants meet the dogs. They can also, if they wish, participate in the setting up of the team. During the hikes, the participants are two per sled. At least one of them must be able to drive the team of 4 to 6 dogs.
Without being difficult, the driving of a team is accessible to the greatest number but nevertheless requires a good sense of balance and good reflexes, as most of the sliding sports require it (cross-country skiing, downhill skiing). By cons, unlike other dog sled outings, the terrain is little hilly but very diverse (plains, woods, fields, ...). As a result, participants are only rarely able to help dogs by pushing the sled up the hill. A guide is always ahead with his team of dogs. It is also possible to participate in the hike while sitting warm in the sledge of a guide (thank you to let me know in advance). Activity is not recommended for pregnant women or people with specific physical problems.
It is essential to be well dressed to fully enjoy the hike. The essential clothes are winter boots, insulated snow pants, a good coat, a good toque and good mittens. Feel free to wear several layers of clothing. You will have the possibility to adapt your outfit according to the changes of temperature. You have to be ready to face strong winds especially in the plains where conditions are sometimes polar!
Note that for this output an equipment loan service is offered. Some clothes (coats, boots, pants) can be loaned on site for free; Call us at 438 883 2726 (or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org) for any questions.