Dogsled Trek Rates
Our Winter season begins the day after Thanksgiving and runs through the end of March.
DENALI - $320 per person
YUKON - $240 per person
TENDERFOOT - $120 per person
Kids 3 and under are free, ages 4-11 are half price.
A 50% deposit is required to secure your reservation. Payment can be made by check, money order or credit card. The balance is due the day of the trek. The cancellation policy is 36 hours prior to the date of your trek.
Call (406) 222-4645 evenings and weekends or (406) 333-4933 weekdays.
Advance reservations are required; sorry, reservations cannot be made on-line.
To make a reservation, we'll need your name, address, phone, number of people in your party, length of the dogsled trek you wish to reserve, approximate weight of each person in your party and a 50% deposit to secure your reservation. Payment can be made by check, money order or credit card. The balance is due the day of the trek. The cancellation policy is 36 hours prior to the date of your trek.
Gift Certificates are available over the phone. Call (406) 222-4645 evenings and weekends or (406) 333-4933 weekdays. Payment can be made by credit card over the phone or you may mail a check. Certificates will be sent out in the next day's mail.
MEETING TIME AND PLACE:
All treks meet daily at 9:15 a.m. Morning departures assure the best snow conditions for the dogs. Meet the Guides at the Absaroka Dogsled office located on the premises of Chico Hot Springs between the Horse Barn and the Gift Shop.
We provide quality equipment with traditional wooden sleds, each handcrafted from white ash. For those with physical challenges, we offer toboggan sleds which provide easier access. To ensure optimum safety of our guests, Guides are trained in First Aid & CPR. A 10-15 minute "Mushing 101" instruction class is given to all guests prior to hitting the trail. Afterwards, our Guides will transport you to and from the trailhead. Meet our guides.
Wear warm and waterproof clothing as if you were going skiing or snowmobiling. Dress in layers wearing warm clothing next to the skin and waterproof clothing as the outer layers. Include a hat and gloves. Snow boots that are insulated and rise above the ankle are required. Our outfit provides snow boots and outer apparel at no additional charge. Hand warmers are available at a nominal charge. Our Guides will make sure you are properly outfitted to assure you are warm and comfortable while on trail.
NEED MORE INFORMATION:
Call (406) 222-4645 evenings and weekends or (406) 333-4933 weekdays or email us at email@example.com.