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Snowy Owl is rated one of the top 5 dog sledding companies in North America from CNN Travel and Mushing Magazine Click here for full article.
Mush! Five places to go dog sledding. by Jacque Wilson CNN (CNN) — Snow flies in your face as furry friends pull you across the isolated tundra. You feel the air freeze your breath, but the cold won’t stop you. You’re facing Mother Nature head on — with the help of a trusty guide, of course. Dog sledding may be less of an impossible (and far off) dream than you think. Many dog team owners in Alaska and the Canadian territories offer trips to the inexperienced public. There are even a few places in the continental United States that provide such an opportunity. CNN asked Greg Sellentin, publisher of Mushing magazine, to recommend five places to get the real dog sledding experience. Snowy Owl Dog Sled Tours, Canadian Rockies Snowy Owl Dog Sled Tours offers trips anywhere from two hours for $ per person to two days, including an overnight for $ per person. The Powder Hound Express is designed for visitors on a tight schedule. It includes a 30-minute orientation and a one-hour backcountry ride. If you’re comfortable, you can drive your own dog sled team. The Sunfeather Winterlude runs four hours and includes a campfire lunch. Or you can try the Snowy Mountain Winter Village that offers two hours of dog sledding and a bunch of activities like snow shoeing and tobogganing. Of course the overnight guests need lodging, which is why Snowy Owl owns a heated Sioux Indian Tipi. See full article on CNN.com