Hop on a dogsled and venture on remote forest trails with the pulling power of British Lab Obsidian and Alaskan Husky Viera. This tour is a fast and far reaching journey through marvelous scenery and backcountry. Although our dogs can pull up to 4 to 5 times of their own body weight, steep sections will have to be overcome on foot or by pushing the sled. Sometimes we’ll need to break trail in deep snow, other times we’ll fly down the mountain on forestry roads. Only through the combined effort of mushers and dogs the goal of maximum mobility and speed can be achieved.
Come and join us on this fun dogsledding ride through mountains, canyons and forests.
On our 90-minute tour we’re going to drive to a starting point in a neighboring valley of Nasswald and make our way back through the wilderness dogsledding Alaska-style. Speed and work will both be defining of this deep winter tour. Watch our video and get inspired. If there’s too little snow we’ll go out on the dogcart (a sled on wheels), which is just as much fun.
Available for all levels of experience:
Beginners to Advanced