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Northern Wilderness Sled Dog Excursion

An introductory sled dog excursion may be available on our polar bear trips!
Churchill is known as the “Gateway to the Arctic,” and as such, the region maintains many Arctic traditions, including the use of dog sleds for transportation and recreation. An introductory sled dog excursion may be available on our polar bear expeditions, weather permitting. This overview outing is designed to introduce visitors to the tradition of sled dogs in the northland and includes a short but exhilarating, mile-long ride through the boreal wilderness. The focus of this excursion is to visit and learn about the dogs and the dog sledding tradition from an expert musher. For many of our travelers, this experience is a true highlight of their northern adventure!

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Location of Adventure

Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

When time allows during your polar bear expedition.

2015 Fees
$110 per person

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