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.
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Winter Dog Sled Rides are rides where the customers sit in a dog sled, our professional guides drive the sled, and the dogs pull the sled on our private trail system. They are usually available from about Thanksgiving to Easter. The opening and closing dates are determined by weather, and there is nothing we can do to change that. Dog powered cart rides available when there is not enough snow for sleds. Kennel tours are also available spring through fall.
Arrive at your scheduled ride time. If you show up early, we may not be ready to receive you.
Check-in with the Guest Wrangler in the smaller green building. If no one is there, please wait for us. DO NOT wander around looking for us.
Sign the liability waiver.
Step on the scale. It is important to know the combined weight of the passengers in the sled.
Make sure you have your hat, gloves, goggles, and camera.
Walk back to the dogs as a group with the Guest Wrangler.
Get introduced to your driver and loaded into your sled.
Watch the driver hook the dogs to your sled.
Enjoy 45 minutes (about five miles, depending on speed) out on our private trail system.
Take pictures and learn about your sled dogs.
Return to the kennel.
Pet, kiss and take close up pictures with your sled dogs.
Thank your driver and head back to the check-out area.
Shop for amazing Dog Sled Rides of Winter Park merchandise.
Leave a tip for your driver and settle your bill.
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