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Dog-sledding near Whistler

Dog-sledding tour in the Callaghan Valley

This two-and-a-half to three-hour dogsledding adventure will find you travelling behind a powerful team of dogs into the magnificent old growth forest of the Callaghan Valley. You’ll stop for a rest at an abandoned trapper’s camp on Totem Lake and learn about the history of the Canadian fur trappers and how they used dogsledding as their main form of transport. With your professional musher guide, you’ll learn the dogsledding commands, and how to harness the dogs and handle the sled. You can relax and take in the magnificent alpine scenery as you ride the sled along a mellow mix of open and winding trails.

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