Dog Sledding Tours
What's more unique than exploring winter in Jackson Hole behind a team of 16 huskies on a dog sled tour? We can't think of anything!
Feel the wind through your hair on a part-day, full day, or even overnight dog sled tour. And if you're lucky, you can mush your own sled! There's dog sledding in and around Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, Togwotee Pass, Brooks Lake Lodge, and Granite Creek south of Jackson.
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Dog Sled Tours to Hot Springs
Granite Hot Springs is a beautiful hot spring maintained by the U.S. Forest service. Located roughly 30 miles South of Jackson that can only be accessed by skis, snowshoes, snowmobile, or dogsled. The temperature can range from 112 degrees, to 80s during peak snowmelt in spring. For this adventure Jackson Hole Iditarod Sled Dog Tours is your go-to. These tours are a hot commodity!
Just a couple hours?
Call of the WYld Dogsled Tours offers one hour plus dog sledding adventures. Located at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, it's the perfect activity for a quick ski break. Can't fit in a ride? They offer a daily meet-and-greet from noon to 1pm! They can also accommodate large groups with advanced notice.
A longer adventure?
Continental Divide Dogsled Adventures offers a remote mountain hideaway in a traditional nomadic dwelling known as a yurt. The yurt is round, warm and inviting—the perfect place to thaw out after a chilly ride through the mountains.