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Everyday was packed with awesome scenery and sensations of the north.

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Spend 3 days on snow machine( 2 people per machine) in some of the most beautiful landscapes the Yukon has to offer. Then step back in time and try your hand at the traditional transportation of the north at the Ranch. Spend your days mushing your own team(one person per dog sled) through the pristine wilderness of the Fish Lake area. Relax in the evenings with a shower, sauna or snuggled up by the fire recounting your day's adventure with others on your tour! We do everything we can to ensure that this is your adventure of a lifetime and that you go home with many happy memories of your visit to the Yukon.

* Please note that dog sledding is comparable to cross country skiing and does require you to be in
relatively good physical shape.

* All our tours are guided for your safety. Before commencing on any trip, we provide basic training on how to operate and ride a snowmobile/dogsled safely. Snow machine helmets are provided and we supply warm high-quality winter outer clothing and boots - if required. All our guides are fully certified, always travel with a SAT phone and a well stocked First Aid Kit on any snowmobile/dog sled tour.

* We do recommend that you arrive the day before your tour. Whether you arrive the day of your tour or days before don't worry we'll take care of you. All clients will be picked up at the airport upon arrival and taken to a hotel or straight to the ranch. Pre and Post nights can be booked for you upon request.

Please note:

* This Yukon adventure is a challenging but relaxed fun trip! We supply you with the best equipment
possible and teach you all the important aspects of snowmobiling and mushing.
* To participate you must be healthy, enjoy working with dogs and have a good team spirit. Dog sledding is
a comparable physical activity to cross-country skiing, so you should be in relatively good physical shape.
* The camps have no power or telephone, showers are of basic gravity fed nature and not available in tent
camp. Shower and sauna at Lodge.
* We point out, that unforeseeable circumstances such as weather conditions, wind chill factor, extreme
temperatures (-30 or lower), condition of the group or illness of the dogs may force us to change this
itinerary. The safety of our guests takes precedence and our decisions are final.
* You will be required to sign a “release of claims and waiver of liability form" prior to the departure of this
tour.

Packing List:

*Note: No Cotton!
 Thermal Underwear- 2 long sleeve shirts and 2 pants
 Fleece Pants and Sweater
 Neck Warmer and Balaclava
 Fleece Hat (Toque) or Fur hat
 Thermal Socks - 4 pairs
 Thin Fleece Gloves – 2 pair
 Head Lamp, With lithium batteries
 Goggles or Sunglasses
 Camera
 Indoor shoes or slippers
 Thermos
* Items on the above list can be purchased in Whitehorse but make note that near the end of the season some of these Items may be hard to find.

Included In the Price:

 Transfer from and to Whitehorse
 Last night accommodation in Best Western Gold Rush Inn ( 1 night double room)
 Accommodation in lodge/cabins (6 nights double room)
 All meals including non-alcoholic beverages, except Dinner Day 7
 Use of personal sled and 3 to 6 Huskies
 Musher Diploma
 Winter Boots/snow machine helmets included, all other equipment see below

Not Included:

 Alcoholic beverages ( we buy jointly before the tour )
 Winter clothing rental of warm Northern Outfitters Jacket, Pants; $35/item, sleeping bag $45 each,
mitts $10. Payable upon arrival in cash or credit card
 Meals in restaurants ( dinner day 3,7 )
 All expenses of personal nature

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