Dogs are man’s best friend... especially for sledding.

Dogsledding puts us in touch with nature and lets us bond in a special way with the animals doing the pulling. Once our team takes off, there’s no stopping us. Hearing only the panting of our canine companions, we’ll fly over Québec’s snow-covered landscapes. We can drive the sled for a few hours or a few days, with overnight stays in a tepee, cottage or other accommodations.


Dogsledding is practised from mid-December to mid-March. Snow-laden trees turn it into a magical—almost ghostly—experience!

Did you know?

Dogsledding is the traditional mode of transport of Far North Indigenous people.

Where to go dogsledding?

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