Whistler is such a beautiful generous playground for everybody! There are just so many things to do in Whistler in the winter. Make sure you experience the thrill of Whistler Dog-Sledding: charging through the snow on a sled drawn by a team of eager and powerful dogs! Join your professional musher in harnessing and staging the animals, a beloved composite pack of tough Alaskans and strong Pointer racing dogs, all well-treated with the highest standard of dog care and on-site kennel. Then learn the commands for yourself and feel the excitement of driving your own team! On the Trapper’s Run tour (perfect for families) you’ll cozy up in the sleigh as you’re whisked along the paths of the magnificent old growth forest. Then stop for a rest at an abandoned trapper’s camp on Totem Pole Lake and learn about the history of our Canadian fur trappers on this unforgettable winter journey. Get out there and go dog-sledding this winter! At the end of the tour you may stop for a warming drink, or try your hand at driving your own team! No experience is necessary, just the motivation for thrill, teamwork, adventure!
What To Bring: Wear your ski clothing. Your tour can supply boots, gloves and ski suits if required, at no additional charge.
*includes 25 min shuttle to and from the Callaghan.
*min. 2 adults, max 2 adults 1 child per sled … 350lbs/160kgs per sled
Canadian Wilderness Adventures
Welcome to Canadian Wilderness Adventures, expertly guiding Whistler's guests since 1993 and operating year-round on Blackcomb Mountain and the spectacular Callaghan Valley. Whether you wish to embark on a low-key tour and take in the stunning sights, or ride hard for an adrenaline rush, the perfect experience awaits with Canadian Wilderness Adventure tours.