Join us for a thrilling adventure in the heart of the Montana forest. Our tour starts at a trailhead near West Yellowstone Montana where a pack of excited Alaskan huskies are waiting to pull a classic dog sled through the Gallatin forest. Learn about the gear, the history of the breed, and take plenty of pictures as the dogs pull us down the snowy trail. When we return to the trailhead there will be opportunities for you to meet, greet, and pet each dog. Stay and help with snack time and after run care if you desire.
- Basic tour is approximately 2 hours total with 1 hour on the trail.
- Maximum 4 adults 3 children provided one adult is physically capable of standing to drive a second sled which is attached behind the musher’s sled. Contact us for information on larger group tours.
- The safety of you and the dogs is always our main priority. Mileage may vary based on trail conditions, weather, group size, and other factors.
- Longer tours and specialty packages are available. Ask about our “learn to mush” package.
- Rides are permitted by and will take place in the Custer/Gallatin National Forest.
- Please tell us ahead of time if you need any special accommodations.
50% Deposit Required!
- Basic Tour:
- Adults (over 80 lbs.): $135
- Children ages 5 - 12 (under 80 lbs.): $65
- Children 4 and under: Free!
- Want to spend more time on the trail? Want to learn how to drive your own sled team? Contact us for more information and pricing on our "Learn to Mush" and other specialty packages.
Refund Policy: If you must cancel for any reason, the following refund policy applies:
- 7 days or more notice - Full Refund
- Less than 7 days notice - No refund available, but you may reschedule your tour at no additional cost.
How to Dress
Remember, this is winter in Montana – the amount of snow and low temperatures are more extreme than what most people are accustomed to. Particular attention should be paid to children as they get cold easier and children's gear is not always the best quality. Dress in layers and avoid cotton as a base layer. Boots, warm socks, water-proof outer gear, hats and gloves/mittens are best if you have them. We have some winter gear available, please let us know your needs and sizes ahead of time.
For more on what to wear and other tour info,
please visit our FAQs page.