Call of the WYld Dogsled Tours

Call of the WYld is a dogsled tour company operating in Teton Village, WY as of 2019. We offer short tours on private trails that head north towards Grand Teton National Park. Located walking distance from Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, our tours are perfect for a quick ski break, or accompanying a day of exploring town.

220 w. Pearl Ave Suite 1456
Jackson, WY  83001

Phone: 307-413-6637

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Hours: Starting on the hour Thursday-Monday 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. to 5p.m.


What’s Included: Plan to arrive ~5 minutes early to go over paperwork and a brief safety presentation. Guests are then loaded into a dogsled pulled by a team of Alaskan Huskies and driven by one of our qualified guides. Our tour brings us on a trail through the trees and into a vast meadow along the base of the Teton range. Along the ride there will be a photo opportunities with the team. Trail conditions permitting, we may allow guests to stand on the back with the guide (please ask your guide at the beginning of the tour if this is something you are interested in). At the end of the tour, we will return to the staging area to warm up and meet the entire dog team. On occasion, we will have our puppies there as well to meet. We will then part ways to prepare our dogs for the next tour.

Every day that we are open, we offer a meet and greet with our dogs and mushers from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Parking is limited, and reserved only for handicap vehicles. This event is open to the public and donations are appreciated.

We are able to accommodate large groups with advance notice by blocking off multiple hour slots. Two people will still be allowed in the sled at a time. Some exceptions can be made for small children at an additional charge. Depending on the group size, trail time may vary from our traditional tour.