PO BOX 165
LAKE ELMORE, VT,05657
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Advance booking is required and helps to insure that we can accommodate
Winter 2012/2013 was a fantastic here in Lake Elmore. We had nice cold temperatures and plenty of snow for dogsledding. The sleds and other gear are packed away for the season now and the temperatures are warming. Time to grow food and spend time brushing the dogs as we wait for fall to come back around. We'll typically start running with carts again around the beginning of September. Until that point it is usually too warm to run the dogs. 60 degrees or less is our rule of thumb for working. We don't want to risk overheating and of the dogs and they really don't enjoy running when it is hot out.
We do allow kennel visits in the afternoons during playtime if you want to come by and meet the dogs. That is typically in the late afternoon when the temperatures are cooler. If you plan on visiting please let us know so we are sure to be here.
Thank you to everyone who came to visit! If you didn't make it we hope to see you next season.
Check out our new "Snowshoe Tours" page! We will be offering guided snowshoe tours on the beautiful property where we run the dogsled tours. The snowshoe tours are a great way to see more of the natural beauty here in the mountains of Vermont. We have tours suitable for all abilities and ranging from a one hour outing to a two hour trek with a picnic lunch thrown in. Although the snowshoe tour combined with a dogsled tour is a great way to make a day of it; booking a dogsled tour is not required. You can still meet and greet the dogs and possibly even watch a team or two take off from our base camp!
If you are coming to Vermont this fall or late summer and are looking for a unique experience please check out our "dog scooter" page for information on scooter outings.Please Visit Our FaceBook Page For The Latest Updates |
Please Do Not Use GPS. Refer to the directions emailed with your confirmation or use our Google Map link.
If you are booking an outing you will be emailed a confirmation with driving directions to the correct location. Please use these directions to make sure that you do not end up stuck on a seasonal road.
Pups is a small business with a big variety of sled dog adventures which
include skijoring, dog
scootering, fall sled dog rides with
wheeled carts, winter dog sled tours and
educational presentations. Please visit
our testimonials page to read what some
of our past guests have to say about their visits.
Convenient tour locations in Stowe and in Lake Elmore 15 miles from Stowe and 20 miles from Montpelier.
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