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February Vacation Dogsledding Packages (Last Night LodgingFree!)
Hybrid Dogsledding Package
Similar to our Intro Package but without the responsibility of having to run and manage your own sled- Including all the learning and hands on of our other trips but in a more relaxed less intensive educational sessions- for folks who want to dogsled each day without the pressure or responsibility of controlling your own sled. Includes: lodging, meals (from first morning throw last days lunch), and dogsledding 1/2 day mushing each day.
New 2011- Nighttime 1/2 hour Mushing rides at the Bethel Inn Ski Touring Center (
These dogsled evening rides are a beautiful way to get a quick and energetic burst of the mushing experience (and still have your daytimes free to go downhill skiing and other outdoor activities that the beautiful Bethel Maine area has to offer.) Consider “Dinner and Dogsledding” at the Bethel Inn – 5:30 pm -7:30 pm This ski touring center is both well groomed and extremely scenic one covering it’s golf course and into the Forest trail system- bundle up inside our dogsleds and go on a night time adventure- Happening every Friday evening plus other vacation period evenings.
Pricing : $85 per sled (325lb limit two person- and $20 more for third person under the weight limit) for booking call Bethel Inn 207-824-2175 extention zero
One Hour Rides ( National Forest and Umbagog Refuge)
These rides are both educational and great fun for adults and kids alike. The rides are a beautiful way to experience the power and grace of these very special animals. Being whisked across the meadows and into the private forest trail system on a Winter's day by the power of friendly canine athletes. You will be invigorated and uplifted by the unique energy of these dogs. Either the National Forest area or our Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge trail systems.
“ Where the Wild Things Are!” (Moose-Coyotes- Beaver- Eagles- and more)
These are longer trips into the White Mountain National Forest / Umbagog Wildlife Refuge trail systems, usually between 10-24 miles in length depending upon hours of trip and current snow conditions. These longer runs give the dogs a chance to really stretch out and cover some ground showing you their amazing athletic abilities, while allowing you more time to get up on the "runners" with your Musher Guide and learn how to handle and drive a large team of 10-14 good looking, great moving sled dogs. A relaxed outing into beautiful mountain scenery propelled by the power of dog.
The National Forest / Umbagog Refuge Trips are designed for folks who want to get into the art and beauty of Dogsledding and at the same time see some spectacular North-East mountain and lakes scenery.