Alaska Glacier Dog Sledding Tours
Do your dreams of Alaska include a pure white alpine wilderness and a team of huskies pulling you on a sled in the snow? You don’t have to wait until winter for a dog sledding adventure. We’ll fly you to a glacier snowfield and make your Alaska mushing dreams a reality in the summer, from mid-May through the end of August.
Locations near Anchorage and Seward
Visiting Anchorage? We offer the closest glacier dog sledding tour to Anchorage from our Girdwood location, just 35 miles south of the city. After a short drive, you’ll be in a helicopter on a beautiful flight to a remote glacier dog sledding camp. Our Seward location is just over two hours south of Anchorage by car, and is a popular port if you’re visiting Alaska on a cruise ship. We offer free in-town transportation to our guests from anywhere in Girdwood and Seward.
Roots In Alaska Dog Sledding
The scenery is incredible on the quick flight, and once you arrive on the glacier you’ll be greeted by your guides, mushers from Seavey’s IdidaRide Sled Dog Tours, Iditarod finishers and a great source of information about the history of the sport. The Seavey family has a long history in Alaska and a legacy of mushing and multiple champions of the famous race. You’ll love meeting the dogs, learning about mushing, and preparing for your ride on the sled. Imagine the photos and memories you’ll take home from a day of dog sledding on an alpine snowfield. This is the Alaska experience you’ve been waiting for.