Mush your own! Unlike most dogsledding outfits, Base Camp Dogsledding, provides a “hands on” approach allowing you, the participant, the opportunity to drive your own team of our friendly and hard working Inuit Sled Dogs. You can become as involved with the experience as you choose, which also includes harnessing and caring for your team. All of our trips are customized to your wants, needs, and abilities. Base Camp Bigfork takes pride in sharing the winter landscape of Northwest Montana with others. We are here to enhance your appreciation for winter and the environment in which we travel.
Real Deal Dogsledding. While no previous experience is needed to join in our dogsled adventures, we do rely on participants to be physically active for everyone to enjoy the day. With two people per sled, one as musher and one as passenger, we can accommodate different levels of ability but all participants need to be active and engaged. If you do not have the equivalent physical ability that it takes to ride a bike you will not thrive on our trips.
Call to reserve your dog sledding adventure: 406-871-9733
BASE CAMP BIGFORK TRIP INFORMATION AND CANCELLATION POLICY:
A 50% deposit is required to make a reservation. This deposit is non-refundable 2 months prior to your reservation. Remaining balance due will be charged one week prior to the day of reservation and is non-refundable.
If you will be traveling to Base Camp the morning of the trip we highly recommend staying in the Flathead Valley the night prior as we cannot refund due to weather conditions or travel arrangements to get here. Please look into our lodging onsite the night before your trip to ensure no disruption to plans. Base Camp Bigfork Lodge
We highly recommend obtaining trip insurance if potential interruptions could exist.
• No gear or prior experience required. Our dog sled trips can accommodate most fitness levels, however, those with limited physical abilities or individuals who are concerned of their level of fitness should discuss their concerns prior to booking.
• Trip times and availability are dependent on trail conditions.
• Dogsledding is not an appropriate activity for people who have heart conditions or those who are pregnant.