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Drive a dog team to a remote aurora viewing camp north of Fairbanks.

Join us on an all-inclusive two day dog sledding & aurora viewing adventure!


We will pick you up from your hotel, and after orientation & a brief mushing lesson, you will drive your own dog team of Siberian Huskies out of the kennel.


Our destination is our remote northern lights viewing camp, where a wilderness dinner will be prepared for you while you watch for swirls of aurora in the inky night sky. ​


A cozy heated tent awaits when you are ready to retire for the evening.


The next day, enjoy a full dog sledding day tour on winding trails through the snow laden black spruce and birch forests of Interior Alaska. 



​Your accommodation for the evening is a heated Alaskan tent called an Arctic Oven. With two twin beds, the Arctic Ovens can accommodate two people per tent.


The Arctic Oven is heated by a small stove, lit with twinkle lights, and has room for gear storage at the end of the bed. With 9x9x6'3" foot dimensions, you can even stand up inside! 

The beds are equipped with soft linen sheets, pillows, a winter weight down comforter and an alpaca blanket for that extra cozy factor. 

This is Alaskan "glamping" -- a truly comfortable winter camping experience.


 This was an incredible experience from start to finish. I would definitely do this again. I highly recommend this to anyone considering this. I can't imagine you will find a more dedicated professional who wants to build her business like Lisbet in this area. What a unique experience as I can't imagine any other company letting you drive your own sled and providing such a professional and luxury glamping experience. Highly highly recommend!!

— Joe, February 2020


The overnight tour was the definite highlight of my Alaska trip, and I find myself talking about it all the time. I'm in love with dog sledding...Digging in a little it also seems there's an opportunity to talk about how dog sledding done right nurtures the human-dog connection, and deepens our understanding and respect for the natural world. I certainly experienced that while taking part in the tour. 

— Sara R., January 2022


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