Fall Tours: September 1 until the snow flies (typically the first week of November)

Featuring: Join the Paws crew for a dog cart ride led by your musher/guide on our 4-place ATV pulled by our Alaskan Huskies. Tour is informational, interactive and hands-on!

Plenty of time for photos and meeting and greeting the sled dogs in their home kennel and talking to the mushers about sled dog life and training. Tour usually lasts 30 min. to 1 hour. Cart Ride length is variable due to weather (temperature) and seasonal training for sled dogs.

ATVs are the standard training vehicles for early season training (before we get sufficient snowfall to use the sled). Once we have enough snow and trails are safe, we’ll switch to sleds for our rides (see our short and 1 hour ride options). The exact date of our switch from ATV to sleds depends on the weather – last year it was the first week of November before we were able to use our sleds for dogsled rides.

Hands On: Meet and greet all the canine athletes in the kennel. Wear clothes you don’t mind getting ‘doggy’ if you plan to interact with the sled dogs.
*We like to raise our pups in summer when temps are more favorable for youngsters and we have more time for socialization; we are not likely to have pups in Winter months, but often have a litter of own or a visiting litter from a friend’s kennel in Summer.

Educational/Informative: Learn all about raising Alaskan Huskies, a bit of the history of dog mushing, and what it takes to race a team of these fine athletes and hear stories of the trail from your musher.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Paws for Adventure Kennel
DEPARTURE TIME Please arrive at least 15 minutes before your tour
INCLUDED
Kennel Tour  Professional guide Fall ATV dog ride
Cost: $65/person; maximum 6 people per tour

*100% deposit required to book
*For reservations please click “Book Now” in the tab above or call our mushing site 907-699-3960

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Meet our Dogs

Meet the friendliest dogs in Alaska! Meet and greet all the canine athletes in the kennel. Wear clothes you don’t mind getting ‘doggy’ if you plan to interact with the sled dogs.
*We like to raise our pups in summer when temps are more favorable for youngsters and we have more time for socialization; we are not likely to have pups in Winter months, but often have a litter of own or a visiting litter from a friend’s kennel in Summer.
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Mushing Education

Learn all about raising Alaskan Huskies, a bit of the history of dog mushing, and what it takes to race a team of these fine athletes as featured musher, Chase Tingle, shares stories from the trail.
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ATV Cart Ride

See the dogs in action on an ATV cart ride.
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Finish with a Photo Op!

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