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Dogsledding & Dogcarting in Stowe, Vermont.

Peace Pups Dogsledding

Siberian huskies pulling sledMountain bike tours from Peace Pups Dogsledding239 Cross Road 
Lake Elmore, VT 05657 


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During the spring, summer, and fall we offer private guided hiking tours and guided bike tours. Bike tours and hikes are custom planned for your specific needs and include:

  • Transportation to and from ride location
  • Lunch at a local restaurant.
  • Please visit for more information on these tours.

    During the fall and winter months we offer fall dog cart tours, dogsled tours, private guided snowshoe tours, and gravity powered sled tours.

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    *Transportation only offered for hiking and biking tours.

    Umiak Outdoor Outfitters: Dog-Sledding

    seven Siberian huskies pulling a dog sledseven Siberian huskies pulling a dog sled849 S. Main Street 
    Stowe, VT 05672 

    Phone: 802-253-2317 

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    Stowe Evening Rides – a perfect activity to end a winter day. A team of very eager sled dogs from October Siberian Dog Sled Adventures will be waiting to take you on an adventure right in the heart of Stowe. These 20 min rides are perfect for the entire family.

    Daytime Scenic Adventure Tour –2 hours at Eden Dogsledding- 45 minutes from Stowe-Experience an exhilarating and educational Vermont adventure with the fastest and friendliest team of Alaskan Huskies. You will meet your team in the Learning center where you learn about the sled, how to harness, handle and hitch the team. Then get ready to command the dogs to “Gee” and “Haw’ as you wind through wooded trial surrounded by magnificent mountain views. Upon returning you’ll help unhook the team, water and thank them with treats. Then head inside to cozy up to warm fire with hot beverages and cookies.

    Snowshoeing, Backcountry, Performance Sledding tours also available.

    Eden Ethical Dogsledding

    dogsleddingdogs pulling sled fast1390 Square Road 
    Eden Mills, VT 05653 

    Phone: 802-635-9070 
    Toll Free: 866-635-9070 
    Fax: 802-635-9315

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    Eden Dog Sledding offers educational sledding adventures for families or couples Spring, Summer, Winter, and Fall! Our goal is to provide a healthy, happy home for our dogs while giving guests of all ages a hands-on, educational, breath-taking experience. 

    Located only 45 minutes from Stowe, Eden Dog Sledding is home to many of New England’s sledding champions. 

    We want our guests to learn about dogs and dogsledding, so each tour includes a fun, interactive presentation, and lots of time to ask questions.

    What our guests say: 

    We thought it would be fun when we saw the brochure, but this is more magical than words could ever describe!

    Check out our website for more information and videos of our tours!

    October Siberian Sled Dog Adventures

    Siberian husky and girl Siberian huskies pulling sledTours led out of Waterbury and Stowe
    Waterbury, VT 05676 


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    October Siberians Sled Dog Adventures offers the most unique trip into the winter wonderland of Vermont that will have you reminiscing for years to come. Multiple layers are interwoven into this experience, so that it not just a ride in a dog sled.

    These Siberian Huskies are friendly, energetic, independent and honest hard working dogs. This is not just a ride in a dog sled, but an interactive experience of driving the sled. Our sleds are designed for two drivers with the Mushers maintaining full control while the second driver responds and adjust for the sled to perform properly, so the client is part of the team.

    Little River State Park, the primary location of our sled tours, is the gem of Central Vermont. The beauty of the reservoir, the campground roads, and the hillside trails give a diversity of terrain to take you far enough into the back country to escape civilization. Not to mention Rob, the musher, has over 20 years experience working with dogs.

    Call for availability and more info.