Take a dog sled tour
Base Camp Bigfork provides a “hands on” approach to dog sledding, allowing guests to drive their own team of friendly and hard working Inuit sled dogs.
You can become as involved with the experience as you choose, which also includes harnessing and caring for you team.
All of the trips are customized and tours range from half-day excursions to full-day adventures.
For more information, call 871-9733 or visit online at www.basecampbigfork.com.
Winter Woods Dog Sled Tours is 13 miles west of Whitefish and specializes in tours for small groups. The tours are geared toward active, outdoor enthusiasts who want to do more than just go for a ride.
Meet the dogs, learn the basics of dog sledding, and experience being behind a sled.
The season starts in December, weather and trail conditions permitting. Call 862-7232 for more information.
Dog Sled Adventures 20 miles north of Whitefish in the town of Olney promises an exciting ride through the backcountry of northwest Montana. With nearly 100 Alaskan huskies to pull the sled, they offer rides daily for families or large groups. The most popular tour is the 12-mile Eskimo roller coaster.
The season starts in December, as weather and trail conditions allow. Reservations are required. Call 406-881-2275 for more information or visit www.dogsledadventuresmontana.com.