If you find yourself near Denali National Park don't miss seeing the one and only NPS working sled dog team! It's an amazing program and one our kids loved learning about. You get to see the dogs up close and in some cases pet. Our kids talked about the experience for the rest of our Alaskan adventure. The guided hike... 更多
You get on and old bus and down a bumpy road.Get to the show area,very few seats are available.They run a couple of dogs around a circle one time and put them up.That's it.You can go around and look at the other dogs,then back on the bus.Very disappointed
This was an awesome experience. The dogs are soooo cute and cool. You can pet them and they love it. The demo was awesome. Highly recommend it for th entire family. Very educational as well.
Be sure to get there early for the demonstration. That way you can visit the dogs and take pictures before the crowds get there. The demonstration was very educational and fun to watch.
We got to the parks visitor center and bought the shuttle bus tickets for the next day and thought we will join the free tour and glad we did. The time was well spent, you get to meet the working dogs and learn about their routine and lifestyle. They will also do a demo sled for us to show how... 更多
My wife and I got back from our bus tour just in time to make it to the demonstration. The demonstration itself doesn't last all that long but it is neat to see how they work with the dogs. The speaker also gave a lot of information about the park itself. After the demonstration we checked out the buildings and... 更多
This was unexpectedly one of my favorite experiences in Denali National Park. The dogs are so lovable and get excited when it comes time to choose the select few for the demonstration. The rangers do a great job of explaining the role of sled dogs in the park. This attraction is free, but arrive early to the shuttles so you... 更多
Really cool experience. I was there at the end of October so the dogs were already training with ATV for the winter m, but we still got to chill with and pet the dogs. The dogs are REALLY nice and once they smell your hand, you can pet them, rub them, and even take selfies with them!
Pricey, but worth every penny Got a great understanding of how the dogs are bred, and 2.5 mile ride with them pulling the sled. Even "drove" the sled although with some restraint by the organizers. The chopper ride from town to the glacier and back is 25% of the experience too
This was a great experience for me to see because I have had sled dogs and raced them in New Jersey on snow courses with an Alaskan Dog Sled so I know how hard you have to train the dogs and yourself to endure the hardships of the trails that you race against the clock on. You may ask what... 更多