BANFF, ALBERTA, Canada – For a true Canadian Rockies adventure that will inspire you with breathtaking scenery, join our Snowy Owl Sled Dog tours in Banff National Park. Let our team of huskies take you to some of the most incredible sections of the park as you enjoy a traditional Canadian pastime.
Spirit of the Dog Society Dog Sled Tour
Your Spirit of the Dog Society Dog Sled Tour begins with an informative chat on safety and the history of dog sledding in Alberta, Canada. Along the way you’ll discover the majestic Goat Mountains, the Spray Lakes, Goat Pond and other amazing sights in Banff National Park. Some say if you’re really listening you can hear the voice of the Spirit of the North…
Half way through our journey we’ll sit by a cozy campfire, where we’ll tell stories and enjoy a traditional native Canadian lunch, complete with hot beverages and our famous “mystery cookies.” This allows our pups to take a much needed break from all that mushing.
Along the way we’ll get a rare chance to view the unique wildlife of Banff National Park, including elk, moose, white tail deer, mule deer, lynx, cougar and even the elusive grey wolf. Make sure to pack your camera, as we guarantee at least a roll or two of spectacular photos.
Banff Dog Sled Tour Information
Spirit of the Dog Society Dog Sled Tours leave from our trail head in the Spray Lakes at 9am and return at 5pm. The trail length is approximately 45 km.
Adults $695; Children under 8 $495
Ask about our Exclusive Signature packages. Gift certificates are available. Contact us for more information.
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Watch this Snowy Owl Dog Sledding video and get ready for some winter fun!
At Snowy Owl Dog Sled Tours, we understand the importance of safety. Temperatures can hit below freezing in Banff National Park, with high winds and unpredictable weather conditions. It’s extremely important that you dress warmly and follow our recommendations for what to where on your Canadian Rockies dog sledding tour. Check out our Snowy Owl What To Wear resource page, where we talk about the different clothing fabrics and the dos and don’ts of winter dress.