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Do you like animals and the white expanses of winter? It may be time for you to try dog ​​sledding since the Hautes-Laurentides have many professional mushers accompanied by their Nordic dogs who will take you through the forests and on the frozen waters of the Hautes-Laurentides. Each of the companies offers various circuits and packages ranging from hiking for a few hours to a journey of several days or weeks. You choose!


Pourvoirie Club Fontbrune

Ferme-Neuve (Québec)
Phone: 819 623-2663
Toll-Free: 1 888 831-2663


Dog sled ride: 1/2 day
6 days and accommodation in a cabin.
Relive the experience of our legendaries wood runners where man is a part of the nature. Dinners are shared
in the forest around a campfire, suppers are taken to the cabin, under the stars.

Chiens de traîneaux de Sam et Anne-So

210, chemin du Pérodeau
Lac-Saint-Paul (Québec) J0W 1K0
Phone: 819 587-2396
Fax: 819 587-2391


Packages available: 1/2 to 3 days.
Discover the silence of the snowy paths,
the sun, the frozen lakes. We offer you
the possibility of doing a dogsledding
baptism, half day or whole day, and
even several days with overnight stay
in a cottage or under a tent.

Expédition Rêve Blanc

1265, Montée des Charbonneau
Mont-Laurier (Québec) J9L 3G5
Phone: 819 499-3330
Toll-Free: 1 855 499-3330


Packages: ½ day to 6 days.
All our dog sledding packages
take place in the heart of the Wildlife Reserve
Papineau-Labelle, with which we have
an exclusivity contract as a business
dog sledding. This guarantees you a
dog sledding stay without SNOWMOBILE and
with total tranquility so you can enjoy
and savor the magnificent landscapes.
You will therefore discover the trails and the lakes
of the Papineau-Labelle Wildlife Reserve in
perfect harmony with our sled dogs.

Pourvoirie Mekoos

C.P. 118, Mont-Laurier
Mont-Laurier (Québec) J9L 3G9
Phone: 819 623-2336
Toll-Free: 1 877 623-2336


Meet the beautiful Alaskan husky and Greenland breeds! You will fall in love because you will have the chance to pet and feed them. Rest assured to develop a beautiful bond
with them. Dog sledding in Hautes-Laurentides, winter is better that way!

Vie d'Avant-ture

433, chemin Parent
Mont-Saint-Michel (Québec) J0W 1P0
Phone: 819 587-4784


Packages: by the hour, ½ to 2 days.
Our well trained dogs, very sociable
and affectionate Alaskans, will bring you
through snowy paths. Our guides
of experiences will make you discover tracks
of animals and mayb you'll be lucky enough
to spot an animal on your way! Whether for a
short or long hike, you will be charmed
by our personalized welcome and our homemade meals:
you will have the chance to taste the wood runner food!
Online reservation available.

Aventure Quatre Saisons

4781, chemin de la Rivière Nord
Rivière-Rouge (Québec) J0T 1T0
Phone: 514 554-5091


- Dog sled
- Dog scooter
- Towed hike: stroll
with a dog to which you are connected
by an elastic cable. It will help you
to climb the sides and you will create
wonderful links with the animal.
- Fat Bike Joering: Fat hike
Bike pulled by a sled dog
experience. The participant
must be a minimum sport.

Various hikes and several packages
are offered to you: 1 to 4 hours. Change of scenery guaranteed!


Parc régional Kiamika
Rivière-Rouge (Québec) J0T 1T0
Phone: 418 932-5049


Personalized dog sled adventure tours with Normand Casavant, a professional musher who has competed in the largest international long distance races. Educational packages, sports walks from 15 km to 50 km and care workshops for canine athletes.

Expéditions Hautes-Laurentides

1967, Rang des Cyr
Rivière-Rouge (Québec) J0T 1T0
Phone: 819 421-0822


Packages: 1 hour to 5 days.
Kennel visit ($).
Online reservation available.

Expéditions Wolf

9552, Route 117 Sud
Rivière-Rouge (Québec) J0T 1T0
Phone: 819 275-1601
Toll-Free: 1 877 275-1601
Fax: 819 275-7656


Wolf Expedition offers a hike
dog sledding which is an initiation.
The guests are driving their own sled,
a team of guides accompanies the group.

The sled ride is about 1 hour,
total activity is lasting approximately
2 hours. It's offered all day, 7 days a week.
The season starts normally in early December
and ends in late March.