Fairbanks Dog Sledding
Immerse yourself in the heart-pounding world of dogsledding in Fairbanks, where you can find captivating experiences in both winter and summer.
During the summer months, discover the thrill of being pulled by a team of spirited dogs as you race down a forest trail in a wheeled cart. You could also join a dog team for a hike, witnessing their summer training regimen and gaining insights into mushers’ dedicated care for their canine athletes.
When winter blankets the landscape with its glistening snow, embark on a sled tour through the dazzling wonderland. For an extra touch of magic, venture out at night for a chance to witness the northern lights dancing across the dark Arctic sky.
Plenty of people come to Fairbanks to look at the sky — for northern lights, or to bask in the midnight sun. But this dog-mushing experience outside of Fairbanks is proof that there’s plenty more of Fairbanks to be seen at eye — or even paw — level. May through October, take a a trail ride with 16 dogs hitched up to an ATV. November through April, take a mushing tour through the snow!
Glide over the snow on a sled that’s being pulled by a team of dogs — many of whom have run the Iditarod, Yukon Quest, or other races. Go with Rod’s Alaskan Guide Service and experience the thrill of dog sledding with dogs that love to run and passionate mushers who will offer a deeper understanding of this unique sport.
Take part in the thrill of winter and fall dog sledding out of Fairbanks. You’ll experience the sport with one of Alaska’s longest-running dog tour companies. Go for a ride, attend mushing school, or go on a multi-day adventure to the historic Tolovana Roadhouse.