SnowhookSnowmachining 10

Dog Sledding & Snowmobile Combo - 2D1N

Available: Oct - Apr
SnowhookSnowmachining 10

$325.00 – single person machine
$600.00 – two person machine (ride together & save!)

Winter in Alaska has a unique beauty and adventure to it that you cannot find anywhere else in the world. Dog sledding and snowmobile trails travel through the snow-covered woods and across the frozen lakes and rivers beneath Denali, welcoming you to venture out into the backcountry of Alaska. This winter experience this for yourself in our Ultimate Alaska Winter Adventure tour.

NOTE: Drivers must be 18 years or older, kids 6 and up may ride as a passenger. We do not provide drivers for our tours.

Tour Details

In the morning you’ll experience our signature dog sled tour where you’ll enjoy the thrill of running with a team of Iditarod sled dogs over winter trails. Our expert guides who have raised and raced with these dogs will share a life lived with dogs and show you the beauty of Alaska by dog sled.

After dog sledding, we’ll transition to the snowmobiles for a little thumb-on-the-throttle fun! Whether you’re new to snowmobiling or are an experienced rider, tailor the tour to your needs and ability level. Our experienced guides will work with you to build your skills and confidence as we head out on the trails. We will travel over groomed trails, up and down hills, and through the powder. Plus, there will be plenty of time for photos along the way!

While we are out on the trail, we will ride to a lodge for an amazing Alaskan lunch. The hospitality here is unparalleled and is a great place to warm up, too!

What's Included?

This tour includes a 2 hour morning dog sledding adventure, followed by an exhilarating 3 hour afternoon snowmobile ride. We provide all necessary gear and equipment, including lunch between tours.

Tour Dates & Times

Departs Daily: 10am

Available: October – April (dependent on seasonal weather)

Ages: 12+ (4+ snowcoach) minors with by a parent or legal guardian.


Dog Sledding: If anyone in your party is uncomfortable around dogs let us know so we can make it a successful experience.

Snowmobiling: If anyone is not comfortable driving, they may ride as a passenger, discounts are not given to those who do not wish to drive. We do not provide drivers for our tours. You must be at least 18 and licensed to drive a machine.

Children who are not able to ride safely on the back of our two person snowmobiles, can join the adventure in our enclosed snowcoach. This coach is suitable for children 4 – 10, holding 2 – 3 children depending on size. The coach is towed behind a snowmobile driven by a parent. It contains padded seating and seat belts, children must wear a helmet. 


We provide all the outerwear — insulated coveralls, boots and gloves —you need to stay comfortable and warm out on the trail. SAGA recommends you dress in appropriate layers and bring a neck gaiter or scarf.

Helmet and goggles for the snowmobiling portion of the tour will be provided for you; using the goggles is optional, wearing the helmet is not.

We are an easy 70-minute drive from Anchorage to our location in Willow.

We are located directly across from the start of the famed Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race start.


SAGA provides a shuttle to and from Anchorage for $100.00 per person. Transportation is available for the 10:00 a.m. tour only. A 2 person minimum per party is required for transportation.

No prior experience is needed. Our expert guides will ensure you are comfortable and confident before starting the adventure.

Yes, please let us know of any dietary requirements when booking, and we’ll do our best to accommodate.

The tour duration is approximately 6-7 hours, including both dog sledding and snowmobiling.

• Expert guides
• Well maintained, late model machines
• Sanitized helmet and goggles
• Insulated outwear and winter boots
• Lunch at a lodge on the trail

• Gratuities
• Shuttle from Anchorage (available for additional fee)

Children aged 4-10 can join in our enclosed snowcoach, and those aged 12+ can participate in the main activities.

Please Contact us to discuss Cancellations.

We aim to keep the group sizes small for a personalized experience. However, it varies based on bookings.

We provide all necessary gear. Just dress in layers and bring any personal essentials.

Additional Information

To make the most of your dog sledding and snowmobiling combo adventure, it’s essential to be well-informed and prepared. For first-timers, the American Snowmobiler Magazine is a goldmine of tips, techniques, and stories about snowmobiling experiences across North America. Snowmobiling has a vibrant community, and understanding its nuances can significantly elevate your own experience.

Dog sledding is a deep-rooted part of Alaskan culture and history. For those eager to delve into its heritage, the Alaska Public Media’s documentary on the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race provides an in-depth look into this iconic race and the importance of sled dogs in Alaskan communities. Additionally, before or after your trip, consider visiting local museums or cultural centers in Willow or Anchorage. They often house exhibits on the rich traditions of dog sledding and snowmobiling in the region, offering an added layer of appreciation for your adventure with Snowhook Adventure Guides of Alaska.