Great Divide Dog Sled Tour
November to April
Our Offices in Banff National Park
This popular dog sledding tour of 2 hours will start in Lake Louise, from here walk to the offices, to start your adventure with your new dog team. Lake Louise is an icon of Canadian beauty, and a stunning place to visit.
Here dogsledding is the most popular winter activity and an adventure suitable for anyone. This tour will take you along the base of giant peaks in Lake Louise, nearly 8km to a pass at the Continental Divide, which is the high point separating the east of North America from the west of North America.
At the way back home, you will have the opportunity to get to know the dogs, their guides, learn the basics of driving a team and you will be encouraged to drive the team back to the offices, with the supervision of the expert guide.
Tour Tickets (may vary by date)
|General (P/P)||195.00 (CAD)|
- Warm clothing
- Hats, gloves and warm boots
- Ski goggles or sunglasses
- Ski wear is appropriate
If you must cancel within 72 hours, we do everything we can to re-sell the sled. If we are successful there is no charge for you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there age restrictions?
No. We’ve taken 6 month old babies on a tour, and an 87 year old elder. The only consideration when taking out the very young and the elderly, is the temperature. If it’s very cold, their participation must be considered carefully.
Can parents send their kids out alone?
Certainly, on the Mushing 101. On the Great Divide Tour, we need to discuss this with parents. Parents must be present to sign waivers for their kids.
Can we bring treats for the dogs?
Absolutely! The guides like treats too!