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Into the Wild Adventures

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Whitehorse, Canada
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About Into the Wild Adventures
Into the Wild Adventures is a small family run company offering ethical dog sledding tours and cani hiking tours around Whitehorse. From half day and full day tours to multi day adventures, come experience the thrill of being pulled by a bunch of amazing athletes through the enchanting Yukon Wilderness ! Each guest drives his/her own sled and we have a great choice of trails of various difficulties available, from very easy trails for beginners to more challenging trails if you're looking for a true adventure. LOcated only 10 minutes from Whitehorse, we are open year round and offer cani hiking tours, summer dog sled rides and dog scooter tours in summer. We prone an ethical treatment of sled dogs and focus on our dogs well being. Our huskies are kept in a chain free environment and they are part of our family. They love running and exploring the the Yukon wonderland as much as we do !
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Liliane wrote a review Nov. 2020
Whitehorse, Canada4 contributions
We were a group of 3 people and we had so much fun! It was our first time dog sledding and really enjoyed every aspect of it. Marine was great at what she does! Would recommend to experience in the Yukon 👍🏼
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Aseem G wrote a review Nov. 2020
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It was an AMAZING experience for me! Marine Gastard is a wonderful host and tour guide. The dogs showed real heroics. So humble; yet so strong. Thank you Marine and your dogs once again. I highly recommend anyone who is in an around #Whitehorse to book a sledding tour with you guys. All the very best with the rest of season and hope you see you guys later.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Jim U wrote a review Jun. 2020
Sofia, Bulgaria168 contributions68 helpful votes
We did a half day ride. It was absolutely wonderful. The dogs are well cared for and Marine and her family are very welcoming. Marine even sets up the dogs for your team based on personality, speed and of course size of person (my wife had a team of four and I had a team of six (I need to lose a little weight). Warm jackets, boots, pants and gloves are also provided. And of course the scenery is beautiful. We spent about eight days in Yukon and Northwest Territories. The dogsledding adventure was hands down my wife's favourite part of our visit.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Gordonchef wrote a review Feb. 2020
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada1000 contributions160 helpful votes
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Did full day, like everyone review it the same. You help harness the dog you get quick lesson what to do, all dogs listen to Marine. What I will tell are the things other won’t say. 1. Keep you phone warm my iphx doesn’t have a case so I couldn’t take much photo or video cause it was too cold for the sensor to work. I had to rub my hands to warm up d screen. So that means I couldn’t really do that when holding on the sled. 2. You will fall from the sled, HOLD ON or else the dogs will keep going. They don’t care if you on or not they just run. I fell 4 times and once dragged 100 feet and press on the brakes and didn’t slow them down. 3. Yes they supply gear for you so you don’t freeze. Snow boots to keep your feet warms. Thick jackets , mittens 4. I brought treats for the dogs 2kg snack they all waited for me to feed them at the end. You can buy it at grocery store. 5. Full day lunch was a fire camp sausage and bun meal. You can as much as you want, BUT REMEMBER there no toilets till you get back, 6. Like horses they keep pulling and will pooh and pee while walking and pulling. 7. Remember to tip!! They don’t ask for it but it’s a service!! When you go to a resto do you not leave a tip? They set everything up for you. Yea so you paid few hundred for it but it not like you doing this on a weekly basis. Remember it’s not cheap to maintain 30-40 dogs. 8. The dogs love to be petted and like to climb on you. 9. You have to get off the sled on up hill and jump on when they have momentum. 10. You wonder how these dogs still have the energy to pull you for 2 hrs straight non stop and still want to keep going! It’s a great experience something you should try. A little sore the next day I’m guessing from the falls and standing up 4-5 hrs.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Peenut00 wrote a review Feb. 2020
Canberra, Australia6 contributions3 helpful votes
I booked a full day dog sled adventure with these guys and it was one of the best experiences of my life! I was lucky enough to be the only one on this tour. Marine has an obvious love and passion for these dogs and mushing, I booked with these guys because they are a family run business. The dogs are beautiful and clearly well looked after given their eagerness to please. The scenery is absolutely stunning! I recommend the full day tour, from greeting the dogs, helping with their harness’ and plenty of cuddles! Jackets, pants, boots & gloves are provided, which I was extremely thankful for coming from Australia. It was a windy old day and I didn’t get cold! Make sure you book in advance as it does book out fast. THANK YOU Marine & family for the wonderful experience.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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