Dogsledding and Skijoring in Vermont
Vermont Dog Sled Rides, Skijoring and Tours

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Dog sledding is a great way to get outside and explore the backcountry in Vermont. Trips vary from short 1 hour runs or you can make a day of it. Snowshoe or cross country ski along with the team, take turns riding and experience all aspects of running dogs. Scroll down for year round programs. Summer programs are available for dog carting.

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Braeburn Siberians Dog Sledding
Dog Sledding Adventures for the Whole Family.
South-Central Vermont
Kathy Bennett & Alex MacLennan
P.O. Box 55 Windsor, VT 05089
Phone: 802-738-8337, 802-674-2529
 2 hour Excursions, 45 minute Rides, Special Events, Educational Programs & Rides for School Groups. We are proudly owned by 36 gorgeous purebred Siberian huskies. They love to dog sled and so do we! Come share in the fun and adventure of our passion! We offer family friendly 2 hour excursions, 45 minute rides, educational programs and rides for school groups, and special events in the Connecticut River Valley of central Vermont and New Hampshire. We are convenient to: Woodstock, VT, Hanover and Sunapee, NH, & Okemo and Killington Ski Resorts.


Burning Bush Adventures
Vermont, New York, Maine

Wilderness Canoe & Dogsaledding Trips
Howard Cohen
204 Crescent Blvd., Bennington, VT
Phone: 413-652-7086
Burning Bush Adventures provide close encounters with God and Judaism through wilderness canoe and dog sledding trips. Participants study Torah, explore nature themes in Jewish liturgy; celebrate Shabbat, engage in prayer, meditation, and song all while canoeing, dog sledding, cross-country skiing and camping. We offer trips to families, parents & children, and school and synagogue groups. During the summer we paddle in hand made wood strip canoes on the lakes and rivers of Vermont, New York and Maine. In the winter we dogsled using hand built sleds on the lakes of Western Maine.


Eden Dogsledding & Dogsledding-On-Wheels!
*Lodging Available*
Northeast Kingdom
Jim Blair, Owner and Head Musher
1390 Square Road, Eden Mills, VT. 05653
Phone: 802-635-9070

We offer year round, fun and educational dogsledding and dogsledding-on-wheels tours.  Located within 45 minutes of Smugglers Notch, Stowe and Jay Peak, our Discovery-Channel type tours allow you to learn about the sport, interact with the dogs and ride year round through Vermont’s beauty.  We are located in the famous Eden snow-belt in a pristine wilderness setting with groomed trails specifically engineered for dogsledding.  Mushers from all over come to train their dogs here! Come meet “The Unchained Gang”!  In our unique kennel, the dogs are kept free and never chained.  People-friendly, powerful and playful Alaskan Huskies are here to make you smile!  All visitors are encouraged to learn how to harness and hitch their team.  Then let these eager Huskies take you for an exhilarating, scenic ride on our one-of-a-kind trail system.  We also have lessons available to learn to mush or skijor.  Afterwards relax with the dogs in our warm, comfortable learning center with hot chocolate and snacks in the winter and lemonade and cookies in the summer!


HuskyWorks Mushing Co.
Southern Vermont
Jeremy and Laura Bedortha
5189 Route 100, West Wardsboro, VT 0536
Phone: 802-896-3478
Experience winter as never before. Be pulled by a team of Siberian huskies on the ride of a lifetime. Join us for a cozy ride in one of our hand crafted 2-3 passenger sleds. HuskyWorks Mushing Co. (HWMC) is owned and operated by Jeremy and Laura Bedortha. We became interested in dog sledding after getting our second siberian husky in 1998. Over the years our kennel has grown in size and beginning in the 2007-2008 season the kennel began offering dog spirited adventures to the public for the first time. We moved to our current location in 2005 and have been improving the network of trails on it since the first day. The kennel is made up of all purebred siberians, each with a very unique personality. Winter time is our busy time here at Husky Works Kennel, but it is also the time of year we enjoy the most with our dogs. We try to spend as much time with the dogs on the trail as we can, running almost daily most weeks. We will run during daylight hours as well as taking many night adventures with high powered headlamps, or when possible by moonlight.


October Siberians Sled Dog Adventures
Central Vermont
Foliage Dog Cart Rides

Dog Sledding
Rob Farley
P. O. Box 598, Hinesburg VT. 05461
Phone: 802-482-3460
Enjoy the peace of Vermont's winter wonderland while experiencing an age old form of transportation. Let Rob Farley and his team of Siberian Huskies share their love of dog sledding with you. During the 2 hour adventure you will learn the history of the sport, have the chance to drive the team and even make some new four footed friends. Tours are offered during the day on Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Location: Little River State Park in Waterbury VT, conveniently located to Stowe, Bolton and Sugarbush resorts.


Peace Pups Dogsledding
Northern Vermont
Foliage Dog Cart Rides
Dog Sledding, Fall Dog Carting, Dog Scooter Lessons, Skijor Lessons and School Presentations

Ken Haggett
P.O. Box 165 Lake Elmore, VT. 05657
Phone: 802-888-7733
Come visit picturesque Lake Elmore Vermont for a wide variety of dog powered activities ranging from dog scootering to dog sledding and everything in between. As soon as the temperatures fall below sixty degrees we begin fall cart tours which run from our cabin in Elmore and include a digital slide show on the history of dogsledding and hot beverages next to the wood stove. Once snow flies we begin running with our hand built toboggan sleds over the beautiful woodland trails of Elmore. We also run night tours at Stowe Mountain Resort two nights a week. Please visit our web site for schedule information. We have a small kennel of Siberian Huskies and only run three tours per day so booking well in advance is suggested.




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Peace Pups Sledding
Lake Elmore, VT

Lodging with Dog Sledding

Eden Mountain Dogsledding
Eden, VT



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