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  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Season: Nov 15 to Mar 31
  • Price: CAD 219.00
  • Activity: History, Dog Sledding

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Strap on your boots and zip up your jackets! Join us daily for Yukon's "Husky Stampede" which combines Yukon’s  rich gold rush history with the thrill of mushing with a team of sled dogs in the hands of an expert dog sled guide. Take a ride behind friendly huskies, visit a race check point and learn about dog sledding history, racing and life as a musher. Step back in time at a prospector cabin and enjoy listening to stories about the history of dog sledding from 4000 years ago to today. The perfect way to finish this tour, we'll go on a short snowshoe hike through the spruce and pine forest accompanied by retired senior sled dogs.

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Tour Duration (Half Day Tour) :
4 hours

Start Time Half Day (Winter) :
12:15pm

Pickup Location :
Sternwheeler Hotel

Tour Price :
CAD 219.00

Minimum Age :
7 years
Child Discount :
7 - 17 years (25% off regular adult rate.)

All rates per person plus 5% Tax (GST)

Group Size :
2 - 12 participants per tour

Included :
  • All transportation with guide
  • Guided dog sledding tour (45 min.)
  • 1-5 people per sled (guide drives sled)
  • S'mores, Bison Smokies and hot drink by the fire
  • Snowshoeing

Not Included :

Notes :
  • Due to the nature of this tour last-minute changes to the itinerary are a possibility and are left up to the discretion of the guide.

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    Ishikwawa

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  • I really thank you for taking good care of us during our stay in Whitehorse. I visited there with my mom and enjoyed great nature with southern lights and snow shoeing guided by Himeno san.

    Aiko Sampei

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  • I am thinking of paddling the river with a canoe in August and September. I fell in love with Whitehorse.

    Ayako Tatsumi

  • The location was absolutely beautiful and they had a very cozy warming hut. The young lady that was our guide was very helpful.

    Laura U

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  • Thank you for the wonderful time we had on your tour.

    Miyamae

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  • Had a great time even when the weather was not the best

    Tash & Craig H

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  • Aurora viewing was spectacular, there really aren't enough words to describe it. Guides are super friendly and tour groups are small, which is great.

    Gabriela

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  • Your friendly smiles made us feel perfectly relieved, so we were relaxed and had a good time like we were with our close friends. We really enjoyed hearing about your life in Yukon―a lot of amazing stories!

    Shimizu Takeshi & Emi

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  • The whole organisation was really good and the people were soo nice and they try their best to give you unforgettable moments... I can only say good things about it...

    Steffen

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    Miki Maebara

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  • We had the most amazing trip ... . Absolutely well organized. Weather was on our side and Reinhard is such a skilled driver and his wildlife spotting skills are phenominal.

    Naseera Koya

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  • I just wanted to mention how much I enjoyed my trip. It was so well organised and hassle free.

    Ashlee Burn

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    Meredith D

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  • The attention paid to each and every tour guest that evening, was exceptional. It was like being invited to a family function where laughs and good times were had by all! The lights were an added bonus!

    Dale & David C

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  • Memorable experience.

    G. Lee

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