Dog Sledding

Picture this: the crisp winter air in your face, the runners sliding smooth and free, the sound of Mush! ringing out across the snowscape. Dog sledding in Wyoming is truly a one-of-a-kind experience. Jump on a sled and be wisked through some of the most stunning landscape Wyoming has to offer. Jackson Hole Iditarod Sled Dog Tours offers half or full day trips taking visitors into the Bridger Teton National Forest or Granite Creek Canyon. Full day trips include an amazing ride to the Granite Hot Springs and allow enough time to go for a swim in the natural hot spring pools. If you're up for a muti-day adventure Continental Divide Dog Sled Adventures near Dubois offer amazing half, full and multi-day tours of the Absaroka Mountains. Even in the summer, you can schedule tours of the training facility and meet the dogs. Browse all sled dog tour operators below.

Pedigree Stage Stop Race

For over 20 years, the Pedigree Stage Stop Race has taken place in western Wyoming with stops in several towns including Jackson, Alpine, Kemmerer, Big Piney, Pinedale and Lander. The race was founded by eight-time Iditarod competitor and Wyoming local Frank Teasley of Jackson Hole Iditarod Sled Dog Tours.

Meet Frank and his dogs: 

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