Expedition Wolf
Expedition Wolf
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8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Enjoy a guided dogsled ride thru our Canadian forest Drive your own team of Husky dogs! You participate in the harnessing of the dogs You will enjoy taking a Hot chocolate in one of our Wooden log cabins quite typical of Quebec 100 husky in the kennel 25 years’ experience
Riviere-Rouge, Quebec, Canada
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AnnaCG
New York, NY27 contributions
Mar. 2019 • Family
Our family of four visited Mont Tremblant for a long ski weekend, and on our one rest day off the mountain took the afternoon to go dog sledding with Expedition Wolf. They made the booking process very easy and friendly, and called us on the morning of our ride to confirm the start time. Our four year old twins were very eager to ride the sled and needed to be patient as we waited to go to the starting area with the kennels and get the dogs ready in the sled teams. One of my twins was very dissatisfied that he couldn’t participate in walking the dogs to their harnesses, but the leader of our group took the children along as passengers in the first sled and made sure they had a fantastic time. My husband and I took a different sled and took turns driving. The entire sled ride was about an hour including a hot chocolate/ cookie break midway in a cabin. The scenery was absolutely beautiful and it was the highlight of our trip. Worth every penny. We also purchased he USB drive with souvenir photos and two stuffed husky dogs. Loved the whole experience.
Written March 24, 2019
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Carl K
17 contributions
Feb. 2019 • Couples
These guys love their jobs and their dogs! It was an interesting experience to harness the dogs, ride on your own if you choose, or use one of them as the main driver. The tour of the dog pound after the trip was a great way to end it.
Written March 9, 2019
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hill10003
New York City, NY126 contributions
Feb. 2019 • Family
If your kids love dogs, then bring them here. Half the dogs are rescues. They’re very well treated. They provide medical to the new arrivals
Written February 20, 2019
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vinylbutterfly
Montreal, Canada228 contributions
Feb. 2019 • Family
We decided to book this trip to show our American friend a true Canadian experience. (Although it was a first time adventure for all of us. It was a beautiful, sunny afternoon spent sledding through the woods, we got to be both driver and passenger on the sleds. We helped harness the dogs and got to spent some time with them afterwards. Doggy treats and belly rubs all around. Expedition Wolf is actually a dog shelter, providing homes for over 200 dogs, many of whom are rescues. The staff obviously love their jobs, and the dogs obviously love them and everything to do with the sledding. If you could see joy on the face of a dog it would be while it was running across the snowy trails... or maybe that was my face. :) This organization is no joke, a family business, having operated for over 27 years. The guides are dedicated to making sure everyone is safe and having a good time. I was also impressed at how many of our guides were bilingual, tourists who do not speak french will have no issues here. Professional quality photos are sold on a USB at a reasonable price, they make a great souvenir. I cannot recommend this unique experience enough, I will go back for sure! Some advice: dress warmly, plenty of layers. I was happy to have bought those little warmers for my toes and fingers.
Written February 19, 2019
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Littlelostmouse
Canada31 contributions
Jan. 2019 • Couples
Not just a dogsled ride but an experience! Had so much fun, helping get the dogs ready to go. The trail was smooth the scenery beautiful. The dogs are so enthusiastic about getting to run! The guides were lots of fun and clearly have a passion for what they do. Nice to have a break and warm up with hot chocolate before finishing the run. Helping to put the dogs away and visiting with them after made for a lovely ending to the afternoon. They are happy, healthy dogs. I would recommend Expedition Wolf to anyone.
Written January 21, 2019
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Joanne O
9 contributions
Dec. 2018 • Family
They have 250 dogs and all so loved and well looked after. Extremely friendly and you can't help but play with them. The operator's team were great. Extremely passionate with what they do and so very helpful. The best was they get you involved in preparing the dogs for the ride ie bringing them out, harnessing them and bringing them back. Each ride is 10km so very worth it. You can drive the dogs your self if they feel you can. We loved it so much we back the next day for another round with the dogs and horses. The horses were absolutely amazing. Something to for the whole family especially if you love animals
Written December 25, 2018
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SNB42
New York City, NY186 contributions
Mar. 2018 • Couples
Our morning adventure here was one of the highlights of our trip to Mont Tremblant. We were picked up by Matthieu in a van and he was also our guide during the dog sledding portion of the trip. He was a fantastic guide - super personable, informative and knowledgeable. He even lent me his backup pair of mittens because my gloves were thin and it was very cold the day we went.

We loved the experience of driving and riding in the sleigh and the hands on nature of the experience - you help get the dogs rigged up to the sleighs, feed them treats and even play with the puppies! The hospitality of Matthieu and all of the staff there is also great and the lodge you met in is super cozy with a big fireplace and warm soup when you return. Definitely a memorable experience and one that I would highly recommend!
Written March 21, 2018
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Captain Rich
Punta Gorda, FL55 contributions
Mar. 2018 • Couples
Experience teams of energetic huskey’s pulling your sled through the picturesque Laurentian Mountains the way pioneers did a hundred years ago!!

Ask for Annette, one of their most experienced guides, to open your eyes to a unique experience that you will never forget!

Great for couples or families.
Written March 21, 2018
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Gryphon95
Saint Louis, MO9 contributions
Mar. 2018 • Family
Planned this as a 12th birthday excursion for our son while we were staying in Tremblant. I really cannot say enough good things about it. The guides were amazing, and helped my son drive the lead sled. He could not stop smiling, and could not get enough of the dogs. Everyone was very helpful and friendly. Just a breathtakingly beautiful trip winding through the snowy woods of Quebec, complete with a hot chocolate break in an old cabin and a cup of warm soup waiting for you at the finish. One of the prettiest and most Canadian experiences you will ever have. 5 big stars!
Written March 20, 2018
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OraNYC
New York City, NY43 contributions
Mar. 2018 • Friends
We had a girl's trip skiing and decided to have one adventure outside of the mountain and we are so happy we did. This was our first time but we felt like we were part of the team. It was amazing that we got to help and harness the dogs, we also had the chance to drive the sleds, give the dogs snacks and bring them back to their houses. The cherry on top were the puppies!!
We were picked up by Annette from our hotel and she really got us all excited about the day. To see how much she loves the dogs and how well they all kept was really positive. Its a must when you are visiting Mont Tremblant and the surrounding area.
Written March 8, 2018
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