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This Dogsledding Adventure In BC Makes The Perfect Winter Getaway


Photo: Revelstoke Dogsled Adventures / Facebook

There are a number of ways to enjoy the chillier months in Canada. From skiing to snowboarding, snowshoeing to ice skating, British Columbia has a wide array of fun activities to enjoy during the winter.

With that being said, there’s one activity that dog aficionados in particular will relish the chance to enjoy – dogsledding!

Not only do you get to meet a pack of friendly and enthusiastic canines, but you’ll also be steering them. There’s nothing quite like being in the driver’s seat behind a powerful pack of dogs, and this is the perfect introduction to the sport.

Indeed, winter is an even more magical experience during a dogsledding excursion. With snow capped trees, fields of glistening powder, and cold air rushing past your face as you sail effortlessly ahead, it makes for a whimsical adventure.

Revelstoke Dogsled Adventures promises to give you an amazing experience. Indeed, you can either chose to steer the pack yourself, or they can have you strapped in with a professional guide handling the dogs ahead.

They conveniently pick guests up from local resorts in the area. As a result, you can combine your adventure with other fun alpine activities while staying nearby. It makes the perfect getaway for those looking to spice up their regular winter routines.

Dogsledding In Revelstoke

The costs are $199 for a single and $259 for a double. The typical dogsled tour lasts approximately 3 hours, but they also offer longer custom trips which can be arranged through contacting the supplier directly. You may get additional information and book a tour here.

Looking to experience for animals over the holidays? Check out this adorable alpaca farm in Langley, BC to pet some charming new friends and pick up gifts for everyone on your holiday list. For an up close and personal experience with wolves, take this exciting wolf hike in BC!

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