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Dog Sled Tour FAQ
Contrary to movies, sled dogs don’t bark while mushing! For us it is an addicting experience that has drawn us to this country and sport. After the “mush” we’ll pet each dog to say “thanks” for a job well done and give you a chance to know them up close. Many times we have puppies on the glacier and you might be able to hold a future sled dog in your hands as well!
This amazing experience is very doable for most folks. We simply ask that you know your own limitations.
All of our dogs have a special place in our kennel. Although we have been very involved in racing our dogs in the winter, it is the love of this sport and the companionship of these wonderful animals that has kept our family in mushing for over 30 years.
Glacier Flight Trip to “Dog World” FAQ
Glaciers are in constant movement as they change their world around them. The flight route we have chosen to dog camp is designed to give you the opportunity to see the Icefield at it grandest, with one of the last advancing glaciers left in the world! TOO COOL!!!
One interesting fact is that often it will be raining in Juneau and sunny on the glacier at dog camp. We have constant radio communications from the glacier to let NorthStar Helicopters know the weather conditions on the glacier. If we are flying it will be fun to be with us!