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Address: Red Mountain Resort, Rossland, British Columbia V0G 1Y0, Canada
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+1 250-512-8050
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Come and relive the Gold Rush era by traveling with a team of 8 Alaskan...

Come and relive the Gold Rush era by traveling with a team of 8 Alaskan Huskies up to an old mine on Red Mountain, between the beautiful Mt. Roberts and Red Mountain Resort.Experience the unforgettable thrill of gliding through pristine wilderness trails pulled by your team of ready and extremely eager sled dogs. Powder Paws Dogsledding Tours lets you be a part of the quiet beauty of nature.

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