Snowhook - Fall UTV Dog Sledding Edit

Fall Dog Sled Adventure

Snowhook - Fall UTV Dog Sledding Edit

Available: Sep – Oct

$75.00 -per person
$55.00 – per person (10 and under)

This fall join us for a dog sled ride and experience the changing season. Instead of a sled and snow, your ride will be in our custom-built 5-passenger side-by-side vehicle with a team of dogs training for the race trail. This pre-season preview gives you a behind-the-scenes look at how mushers and dogs prepare for the winter season.

Tour Details

Snowhook - Fall Dog Sledding

Autumn is one of the most beautiful and quiet times of the year in Alaska. The leaves are changing, the weather is cooler and most importantly the mosquitoes from summer are almost all gone, too! It is also the time when mushers start to train their dogs for the winter to come and for races like the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, the thousand-mile dog sled race across Alaska. 

This tour includes all the elements of our winter dog sled tour with plenty of time to play with the dogs, take photos, and a beautiful ride with the team. 

What's Included?

This tour consists of a 2-hour dog sled adventure. We also include all gear and necessary equipment needed for the tour. We encourage you to bring a camera as this tour includes amazing opportunities for photos!

Snowhook - Fall Dog Sledding

Tour Date & Times

Departs Daily: 10am | 12pm (noon)

Available: September – October (dependent on seasonal weather)

Ages: Suitable for people of all ages.

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


Dress in layers, so you can adjust to the changing temperatures. If it’s chilly, we’ll provide outerwear and footwear to keep you comfy.

Our guides are here to lead the way, you get to meet our happy dogs, and we offer insulated clothing for those cooler days.

There’s an extra fee if you need a shuttle from Anchorage.

Join us in Willow. We’re across from the starting point of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.

Nope! We have a shuttle service. It’s available for the 10:00 a.m. tour, with a two-person minimum.

Absolutely. Our experienced guides are always on hand to ensure everyone, from first-timers to seasoned pros, has a safe and enjoyable experience.

While we’re out in the wild, facilities might be limited. We recommend using the restroom before the tour starts. Rest assured, we’ll make stops as needed.

Yes, you do! Our tours are interactive, and our mushers love sharing their experiences. It’s a great chance to learn from the best.

Alaska’s weather can be unpredictable, but safety is our top priority. If conditions aren’t favorable, we’ll inform you about any changes or rescheduling.

Sure thing! We recommend packing light and ensuring your snacks are stored securely. Just remember to leave no trace behind.

Additional Information

For those of you eager to understand the heart and soul of our winter sports, diving deeper into the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race might be the adventure you’re after. But it’s not all about the cold here. Willow, where we’re based, is a treasure trove of experiences all year round. For those looking to explore beyond our tours, the Willow Community Page offers some hidden gems worth checking out.

Remember, an adventure isn’t just about the thrills but also about understanding the culture and rhythm of a place. If you’re planning an extended stay in Alaska, or if this is your first visit, the Anchorage Visitor Guide is a trusted friend. It’s packed with recommendations and tidbits that ensure you see Alaska from the eyes of a local and not just a tourist. We’re here to make sure your Alaskan journey is personal, relatable, and unforgettable.