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Phone: 418-573-7777
Fax: 418-831-9847

# 54916


1925 A, chemin Lambert
Saint-Nicolas, QC
G7A 2N4

We are the region's dogsledding specialists. Experience a thrilling outdoor adventure, thanks to our pack of 250 dogs, our network of private groomed trails through the woods and our team of seasoned and competent guides. Different packages available for individuals, families or groups of friends. Very large groups may be accommodated. Outdoor excitement for the musher in you !


General Features

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Establishment equipped for groups
Establishment offering individual activities for youth, Individual clients
Establishment offering group activities for youth


Free outdoor bus parking on site, Free outdoor car parking on site

Payment Methods Accepted
  • Master Card
  • Visa
  • American Express
  • Check
  • Traveller's check
We Speak

English, French, Spanish

Schedule and Details

Schedule and rates are subject to change frequently and without notice. You should always visit their website or contact them before going.

Hours: open year-round for informations and reservations. December 15 to April 15 approximately for rides: daily, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Closed: None

Minimum duration of a visit: 01 h 00

Close to
  • 20 km from airport
  • 25 km from Gare du Palais (bus and train station, Québec city center)
  • 15 km from Sainte-Foy train station
  • 15 km from Sainte-Foy bus terminal
  • 25 km from Convention Center
  • 25 km from ExpoCité (trade show center)
Visitor's Comments 2 Traveller’s Ratings

Based on 2 reviews

  • Fun but be careful

    , Long Island, NY 2015-02-22

    Had a great time dog sledding but you get very little training and I was thrown off a couple times on tight turns. I managed to hang on and pull myself up, but these dogs are fast and powerful. I'm glad my son was on a slower sled with my wife, because he could have been hurt. It's a lot of fun, but don't get careless.

  • Disgusted!

    , London 2013-04-16

    If you have a heart and care about animals' welfare, this is not the place for you. The dogs are chained all day to short chains when they are not pulling clients on sleds. They have zero free time to run around. I don't care if they are so-called, "service dogs," that does not give us humans a right to demoralize them by putting them on short chains all day. What kind of a life is that?

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