Canadian culture like you’ve never experienced before
Here at Tremblant Dogsledding, our passion is winter! What better way to enjoy a picturesque snowy day than with the truly unique experience of a dogsledding tour. Our Dogsledding Diable Adventure(opens in a new tab) is a family-friendly adventure and available for all ages and abilities! Our lovely family of sled dogs are treated with the utmost care and exceed all local treatment and care laws(opens in a new tab) – they live for the snowy mountains! So sit back, relax, and take in the stunning mountain views and woodland scenery while you quietly drift through the soft winter snow.
We pride ourselves on sled dog welfare and it is of the utmost importance to us. The safety and wellbeing of the dogs is and always has been a priority to us on and off the trails. Our dogsledding experience is not only exciting but also informative. With a longstanding history as part of both Quebec and Canadian culture, dogsledding is part of our heritage. The dogs are a part of our family, and, if you are lucky, you may be able to visit the puppies depending on the time of year!
Incredible. The owners and guides were so friendly and taught us all so much. They are so skilled at teaching and you can see how much their dogs love them. And the dogs are all friendly with all of us too. Truly an amazing experience.
Syl and I would like to thank you again for the beautiful experience dog sledding and meeting you and your furry family. Until next time when we return with some Portuguese sweet bread??
Personable, friendly, and interactive
We loved how personable everyone was! They made us feel like we were part of a team taking the dogs out. I’ve never experienced a dog sled camp where the dogs were so friendly and interactive. Everyone did a great job making us feel at home and comfortable with the sleds. We will definitely be back!
Absolutely amazing experience!
It was an absolutely amazing experience! It was extremely well organized! The leaders were great teachers and kept us all safe and having fun! And they took such good care of the dogs! We had a ton of fun and will definitely do it again!
A must-do activity
This Dogsledding experience is a MUST if you’re staying in Mont Tremblant for a few days. We had an absolutely amazing time!! The guides were very knowledgeable and friendly and worked so hard to really make this experience unforgettable. Highly recommend this!!
Our Tremblant Dogsledding family is made up of passionate experienced mushers and their eager and energetic group of snow dog colleagues. Together, they can’t wait to share their love of dogsledding with you and your family. Come meet our enthusiastic 2 and 4-legged crew!
Savez-vous d'où le terme ''mush'' tient sont origine❓
Le mushing désigne l'action de conduire un attelage de chiens et provient du temps où les jeunes colons Français allaient vivre avec les tribus autochtones pour apprendre leur mode de vie dans les conditions extrêmes du nord du Canada. Le mot vient littéralement de l'ordre en français ''Marche!'' qui s'est transformé en ''Mush!'' dans la bouche des Canadiens anglophones. 🐕
📷 Riley Edward
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La pratique du traîneau à chiens remonte à 2000 ans avant J.-C. et trouve son origine en Sibérie, où elle permettait de se déplacer et ainsi couvrir de grandes distances dans les paysages glacés et désertiques. Plus proche de nous, les tribus amérindiennes utilisaient des chiens pour tirer des charges sur des terres autrement impraticables. Ils ont aussi été utilisés jusqu'au 20e siècle par les autorités pour la distribution du courrier et les patrouilles de police et de frontière, lorsque les chevaux ne pouvaient tout simplement pas se rendre.
Quand on y pense, les chiens de traîneau ont rendu possible l'activité humaine dans les endroits les plus septentrionaux du monde. Impressionnant, non?