Approx 6 hours from Vancouver. The Winter season is normally cold , dry and sunny. There are quite a few things to do , cross country, downhill . snow shoeing etc. however, the best of all is a visit to this wonderful ranch called Snosibe Husky Ranch.
Meet your team, help harness the huskies and learn about this unique sport of dog sledding
. Here at the Snosibe Ranch the dogs are purebred black and white Siberians. A typica Half Day trip takes you through the pristine frozen wetlands. Your guide will teach you the commands and you can enjoy the thrill of standing on the runners or sitting in the sled basket. We can customize your tour as we are not your typical commercial kennel.
Age range, type of group
Children under the age of 12 are not recommended. This is a physical sport therefore you must be in good physical condition. One person per sled
Sleeping and meals
Various accommodation in 100 Mile House. Call us and ask what we would recommend to our customers
Policies & Restrictions
Please do not let your pets run free at the Snosibe Ranch. No smoking at all on the premises. Please DO NOT feed the dogs. You will be asked to sign a waiver before the tour. Thank You.
Rates & Availability
Please refer to our tours for prices. For custom tours we would be more than happy to advise you on any of your wishes.
Clothing is important. Please refer to our web page for more details
We want to do the Full Day Tour next time
Nov 16, 2009 07:51 pm
We have been twice with the Snosibe Husky Ranch. Each time gets better and better. We are from the UK so the chance of snow and sled dogs is almost impossible. The Peters treat the dogs so well and are very respectful folk. They just love the dogs and the dogs love them. ... more
Nov 22, 2008 06:28 pm
We were so thrilled with this tour. The Peters are so professional and skilled with tourists and they care so much for their dogs. I have been on other dog sledding trips and this was by far the best I ever had ... more
- Special Offer
Advertiser (View My Profile)
Rainer and Jane have been involved with Siberian Huskies for over a decade. Their dogs always come first ,they live in large open kennels where they can run and play. Rainer has built extra large dog cabins , during the cold winter months the dogs are able to snuggle up in the large straw bales behind huge glass windows!
Rainer and Jane speak many languages including, German, French, Italian and of course English. They occasionally offer a volunteer program for people to stay with them at the ranch to learn about the dogs and 'bush life' . A room is offered in exchange for help.
Rainer and Jane have organic vegetables and also have organic honey from their bee hives.