Winter Park - Dog Sled Rides


Dog Sled Rides of Winter Park has 80 Siberian and Alaskan huskies. During the winter, the dogs pull sleds in the forests near Winter Park. They love their job and can't wait until we have enough snow to take out guests.


On the ride, we can accommodate one, two or three guests in each sled. We have a weight limit of 350 pounds (158.7 kilograms, 25 stones) for the total weight of all guests in the same sled. There is also a maximum height restriction of 48 inches (4 feet, 1.21 meters) on the third person. For example, a mother, father and child can all ride in the same sled only if their combined weight is 350 pounds or less and the child is less than 48 inches tall.

During the ride, all passengers remain in the sled as the experienced musher expertly guides the sled down the trail. Along the way, the guide will point out any wildlife tracks (or actual wildlife such as moose and coyotes), take pictures for the guests and answer any questions about dogsledding or local history, attractions and activities.

The trip covers about four or five miles in about 45 minutes. The trails are situated on private property and we cannot allow guests to walk or ski on the trails. We get to see some amazing views along the way including 13 thousand foot peaks, the Continental Divide, Winter Park Ski Resort, and of course lots of snow.

Reservations are required for all trips and can be made online. If you call to make your reservation over the phone, we will be filling out the same form as you would on our online reservation system. You must have a major credit card to pay a 50% or 100% deposit at the time of booking.

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If you are coming for a ride with us, it is helpful to read our risks and rules before you show up. We will review these with you before your trip, but if you already know them, your time with us will be safer and more enjoyable. Also below is a waiver. If you have a large group coming, it is helpful to have the liability waiver signed by everyone before you show up as well. It saves a little check-in time.