Dog Sledding behind an energetic team of huskies is an unforgettable Northwoods adventure in the Boreal forest. Gunflint Lodge is one of the few places you can experience this winter tradition in the Lower 48.
We offer different ride lengths with a variety of views of the Superior National Forest. While tours run daily, each time slot books for one musher, one sled, and max two riders. Larger groups should plan to spend the day visiting us or look into our Saturday sprint runs!
Maximum sled weight 350 pounds.
Payment required at time of reservation. Cancellations made more than 72 hours in advance will be refunded 50 percent. Sorry, but no refund will be made for cancellations with less than 72 hours notice.
The Lonely Lake Basin Trail
First Rider: $79 | Second Rider: $64 | Children Ages 2-6: $39
A gradual climb through the woods takes you to this secluded wilderness lake. This exhilarating ride covers about 1.5 miles and lasts approximately 20 minutes.
The Highlands Trail
First Rider: $99 | Second Rider: $84 | Children 5 & 6: $59
This is an intimate trail through the woods, climbing up to a spectacular view of Gunflint Lake and the basin below. This ride covers about 3 miles and includes a big hill climb, and will last approximately 30 minutes.
The Trapper Line
First Rider: $119 | Second Rider: $104 | Children 5 & 6: $79
After completing the intimate Highlands Trail, you’ll continue on for an extended ride, giving you more time to enjoy the views and experience the thrill of the ride and the enthusiasm of the dogs. This scenic ride covers about 4.5 miles and will last approximately 45 minutes.
Basin Sprint – New This Year!
First Rider: $50 | Second Rider: $44 | Children Ages 2-6: $24
On Saturdays and extended weekends we offer more tours with this secluded wilderness trail. This exhilarating ride covers about 1 mile and lasts approximately 10 – 15 minutes. Maximum sled weight 300 pounds.
Whether you are staying at Gunflint or staying on the North Shore and looking for a day trip adventure up the Gunflint Trail, come up to Gunflint and check this off your “Bucket List”. Call for availability and to reserve your tour!
Meet the Musher!
In fall of 2016, Jasmine got into dog sledding through an internship with a racing kennel located in Northern Wisconsin. She learned how to handle a team and drive a sled, and was instantly hooked on the mushing. After college, Jasmine moved to Montana, and knew she wasn’t ready to give up dog sledding. She found a touring kennel outside of Yellowstone NP, where she guided guests from all over the world. Jasmine is excited to be back in the Midwest sharing her passion of the sport and love of the Northwoods with guests here at Gunflint Lodge.