For transportation, fees are $ 78 per person (before taxes) to be paid on the reservotron website via this link:
And for the dog sled activity, the fees are to be paid on site the day of the activity and are:
$ 243 per person (before taxes)
and for children from 5 to 9 years old: $ 193 per person before taxes
This is how a dog sled activity is going.
After a welcome on the site, you will go to meet the dogs. During the treks, participants are two per sled, and at least one of the two people 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 as well as good reflexes, as most of the sliding sports require it (cross-country skiing, downhill skiing) .
For this outing, the terrain is hilly, the participants can be brought to help the sled by pushing it in the climbs. 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). The activity is not recommended for pregnant women or anyone with specific physical problems.
It is essential to be well dressed to fully enjoy the hike. Winter boots are mandatory. It also requires insulated snow pants, a good coat, toque and gloves or mittens. Feel free to wear several layers of clothing that will allow you to adapt your suit in case of changing weather. Think that temperatures can go down very low, polar conditions.
Note that for this output you must be autonomous in terms of clothing, however, if you miss some items, call me at 438 883 2726 (or email firstname.lastname@example.org) to notify me and I contact the person in charge to put aside what you miss (boots, winter trousers, winter parkas).