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Paws for Adventure

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Herning Rd. and George Rd., Fairbanks, AK 99712
+1 907-699-3960
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amazing experience

I did the 1 hour dog sledding tour and it was awesome! I arrived with snow clothes, gloves and... read more

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stephhatchman
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Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Exhilarating!

I booked this tour back in December 2017 with Emily. She's quite knowledgeable and gave me great... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Kudalayd
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Freeport, Florida
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Offering only the best in dogsledding adventure since 1998... Summer and Winter tours available. Join the Paws crew for your Experience-of-a-Lifetime! Join us this Fall (Sept.1 until the snow flies) for our Fall Dog Cart tour and let the crew take you on a Sleddog training run. This tour is a hands-on (your choice) introduction to mushing as well as a ride in our wheeled training cart (side-by-side ATV). AND , WE HAVE PUPPIES to snuggle! You may book this tour on our Paws for Adventure website or give a call with any questions and we'll be glad to talk with you. In Winter choose from a variety of tours with our professional mushers and their canine athletes: Short and Long Dogsled Rides, Mushing School and Multi-Day Adventures to Tolovana Roadhouse and other remote parts of Alaska - check this year's schedule for our latest offerings.
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“alaska lodge” (7 reviews)
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Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Herning Rd. and George Rd., Fairbanks, AK 99712
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Reviewed yesterday

I did the 1 hour dog sledding tour and it was awesome! I arrived with snow clothes, gloves and boots, but they had extra clothes and boots available to use and I'm glad I did. The yurt was super warm and relaxing while I suited...More

Thank stephhatchman
Reviewed 4 days ago

I booked this tour back in December 2017 with Emily. She's quite knowledgeable and gave me great advice for clothing preparation. Certainly, I knew I needed expert advice since this Florida gal had no intention of becoming a Frostbite victim. I'm happy to say, I...More

Thank Kudalayd
PawsforAdventure, Owner at Paws for Adventure, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

Awe...Emily spoke of your visit with a smile...and it's that smile and intuitiveness that has made her service for Paws invaluable. Thank you for the great review. We are truly blessed with a wonderful crew. Many of our guests have ventured from warmer climes and...More

Reviewed 1 week ago

I joined 3-day overnight trip. On the first day I took a lesson in driving. Not riding, we can drive our own sled. Next day we traveled for more than 20 miles a day. It was so exciting to drive my own team. We had...More

Thank Shinsuke K
PawsforAdventure, Owner at Paws for Adventure, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

Shin, It was a pleasure to meet you and share mushing adventure. It's this type of adventure that feeds our souls - dogs and humans. While we enjoy sharing the short introductory rides at our mushing site, the overnight and multi-day tours get us out...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Recently went on the short 5 mile trip which took half an hour. My boys loved it. Everyone was super nice and playing with the puppies was great. Would defiantly recommend to anyone looking for a true Alaskan experience

Thank Chris L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Wonderful experience with Leslie and Spencer. Leslie greeted us and I outfitted us in warm overcoats and boots. She then introduced us to several adorable dogs and pups prior to introducing us to our mushing guide, Spencer. He was extremely personable and informative. We both...More

Thank kjog
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

First, let me start off by saying that the people at this place are really quite nice. Pre-visit Emily helped answer all the questions I had about the experience, but also about some general questions as well. When I was considering staying at a nearby...More

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PawsforAdventure, Owner at Paws for Adventure, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thanks for your detailed review. We are proud of our staff of professional mushers who live a life with sled dogs outside of what they do for us at Paws. Some are training for upcoming races; some go out after giving rides with us and...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I had a wonderful expierence. The very friendly staff explained all and answered all of our questions. We rode and even got to drive the sled as co-pilot. The trail scenery was beautiful and the dogs very friendly. Just as we were getting ready to...More

Thank Marie F
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My son came to visit us for Christmas and I booked him for a ride, he really loved the experience, got to drive, as well as play with all of the dogs. Thank you to all the wonderful people at Paws for Adventure. December 24,...More

Thank Jeffrey P
PawsforAdventure, Owner at Paws for Adventure, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

We appreciate all the locals who support our business. Thank you for choosing Paws for Adventure!

Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Lesley was very accommodating and fit us in right away on the phone for a 1 hour tour for one couple. The dogs were very happy, excited and friendly. Our tour guide, Chase, was talkative, fun, informative. We got to drive the sled, give instructions...More

Thank Sophie C
PawsforAdventure, Owner at Paws for Adventure, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thank you Sophie! You guys were very gracious and we enjoyed meeting you. You bring up an important point: Fairbanks, AK can be interesting to navigate in winter depending on our snow conditions. I will always recommend a 4wd vehicle with good winter tires as...More

Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

I had the very best time. Peter was knowledgeable and welcoming. The dogs were amazing. The temperature wasn’t to their optimal working degree but they ran like champs. I loved meeting them all and watching them roll in the snow to cool down - it...More

Thank Jessica C
PawsforAdventure, Owner at Paws for Adventure, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Thanks for joining us Jessica! And thanks for taking the time to review. Peter is a great guide with many years experience with sled dogs - from recreational mushing to racing to touring. All of our guides have great stories from their many years and...More

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Nancy R
22 April 2017|
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Response from PawsforAdventure | Property representative |
Hi Nancy, We do not have snow here in Fairbanks in June. We usually lose our trails to melting by the 1st week of April and shutdown our dog sled rides. Around May 1st we are able to start our summer kennel tours which... More
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1SueB9
23 February 2015|
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You can fly.
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AlexandreCamp0s
15 January 2015|
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You can park right on site. No cost needed if you are going for dogsled tour.
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