Ride in your own Iditarod.Peacepups Dog Sledding
DAY TIME TOURS In Lake Elmore, VT.
Day time dogsled rides are run on trails that flow over rolling terrain and is a total of five miles. It goes out to a remote lake called Little Elmore and back to our starting area. Guests should allow for two hours to truly enjoy this outing. You'll have time to meet the dogs, get situated in the sleds, get the dogs hooked up, and enjoy this 45 to an hour run. Afterward we'll take time pass out treats to the dogs and enjoy a complimentary hot chocolate or tea.
*Cancellation Policy: Any cancellations within 14 days will result in a 50% charge of the reserved service. Any cancellations due to a "no show" will result in a 100% charge of the reserved service.*
Available: Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sundays throughout the winter at 10:00, 12:00 and 2:00 daily. No Day time Wednesday tours on Christmas & President's Vacation weeks
Rate: $120.00 per adult / $60.00 for children under 12
Limitations: 375 pound passenger capacity per sled. Up to 2 sleds available.
EVENING DOGSLEDDING at Stowe Mountain Resort
Our evening dogsled rides depart from the Inn at the Mountain near the base of the Toll Road. The trail is over rolling terrain and is a total of three miles. This trail is a combination of old cross-country trails and current alpine trails. If you have been skiing at the resort you will be amazed at the contrast between night and day on the mountain. Guests should allow a total of one hour for this outing with 25 - 30 minutes on the trail. Afterward we'll pass out treats to the dogs.
Available: Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout the winter at 5:00, 6:00 and 7:00 daily. * Wednesday evenings included during Christmas and President's Vacation weeks
Rate: $160.00 per sled / $150.00 per sled for resort lodging guests
Limitations: 310 pound passenger capacity per sled. Up to 2 sleds available.
*Activities require warm winter clothing including snow pants, a warm coat, gloves, and boots. Sunglasses/goggles are always recommended. All services are weather dependent and are subject to change.