Dogsledding - Nordic Adventure VIP

Private and personalised tour with lunch

Unforgettable family activity

Spend time learning about the sport of dogsledding

You can also choose to take a snowshoe hike on the beautiful wooded trails on the property before or after the activity. Equipment is included.


Enjoy sledding over open fields and on wooded, hilly terrain

Passengers and drivers can switch places half way through the excursion

Family-friendly activity for all ages

Private guided tour with lunch

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Trip Details

Trip Details


Groups of 2-4 people (3 yrs+) – $ 1141
Groups of 5 people (3 yrs+) – $ 1426
Groups of 6 people (3 yrs+) – $1 711

Departure time


Meeting point

Meeting point 45 minutes from Tremblant ski resort. Approximately a 2h30 drive from Montreal and Ottawa.


Wednesday to Sunday


Approximately 1 hour on the trails, approximately 2 hours total


  • Expectant mothers cannot participate.
  • Children 3-11 will ride with the guide.
  • Min 3 yrs. Minimum 14 years old and 90 lbs/41 kg to drive.
  • Maximum weight 250 lbs/113 kg.
  • Dogs are not allowed on site.


About 1 hour on the trails, hot soup, bread, beer or wine, hot chocolate and snowshoe equipment. Helmets are provided and mandatory.

Not included


Please note

  • Dog sledding is a sport and requires some physical exertion. Drivers will need to run alongside the sled to help the dogs occasionally during the ride.
  • It is important to dress appropriately (snow coat and pants, boots, toque, gloves, etc.)
What to expect on your dogsledding outing

Experience a unique VIP dog sledding excursion. Upon arrival, lunch will be served in our warm yurt (soup, bread, beer, or wine). Afterward, our guides will give you a security briefing and you will then be ready to meet your excited team of dogs.

If you have a specific request as to the position you wish to take on the sled, please let our guides know upon arrival as they will be deciding the best positions for everyone on the sleds. There is one driver and one or two passengers per sled. Adults have the chance to drive their own sled (unless decided otherwise) and will usually have 1 adult passenger. About halfway through the excursion, drivers and passengers can switch positions if they wish to. Our guides will also decide if children will ride as passengers with the guide or on their parents’ sled.

Once your team is ready to go, you will head off in wooded, winding, and hilly terrain as well as wide open fields near frozen lakes. While this excursion is perfect for beginners, you will still experience a mix of physical and technical challenges. After approximately 1 hour on the trails, the activity ends with a nice cup of hot chocolate back at the yurt. This tour is for groups of 2 to 6 people.

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Group of sled dogs eagerly awaiting to head out