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Fraser - Dog Sled Rides Of Winter Park

1410 County Road 5

Dog Sled Rides Of Winter Park  operate the trips in the meadow between Winter Park and Fraser, so if you are here for skiing, we are close to almost anywhere you stay. The trailhead is on the free shuttle bus route, and it is close enough to walk from town.

We offer tours four times a day at 9:30, 10:45, 12:15, and 1:30. We can take a maximum of four sleds at each ride time. Each sled holds two average sized adults comfortably. We can add a third person to the sled if they are 48 inches or shorter.

New this year are our twilight rides. We offer these three days a month around the full moon. Enjoy the crisp winter air as the moon rises above the divide. At the end of the trip, enjoy a hot meal and bonfire at the trailhead.


Cody Dallmann

Monday, Feb. 5, 2018
Beautiful experience to see how much these dogs love to run. The staff were extremely friendly and talkative. After the ride around the area you get to engage with the dogs to congratulate them and love them up (not before as they are getting ready to work). I love dogs and getting to watch each of them and how they work together so fluidly was something neat to see.

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Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018
Second time dogsledding here. Amazing time both times! Dogs love to pull! Comfortable rides! My wife took our 1.5 and 3 year old with her and they had a ball! Can't wait to go again!

Beverly Holt

Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018
The owners were so kind and helped my little 4 yr old calm down and be able to enjoy the experience. The ride was phenomenal, just so beautiful and peaceful. It will be a highlight of our memories to Winter Park.

Ali Spingler

Saturday, Dec. 30, 2017
Owners were very friendly, guides were well informed and obviously adored the dogs. The ride was so much fun, the dogs are amazing animals that are very well cared for. This is a must do!

Jean Kohoutek

Friday, Dec. 29, 2017
It says online that you can show up anytime for an observation to see the dogs with suggested times for when the best time to come is. We showed up, literally to just view the dogs because we thought our toddler would like to see them. Instead, we were greeted by someone that was pretty rude, said we had to have an observation, and sent us away. So much for that.

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