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Dog sledding

Can someone please give me any info on dogsledding in Park CIty. We'll be there over the New Years holiday. Cost? Where to book? Any other suggestion on what to do for over 50 group

non skiers. Staying off of main st.in P.C. Thanks,

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1. Re: Dog sledding

PawSatch Snow Dogs is the only dog sledding operation I know of: http://www.pawsatch.com. I've never done it in Park City, but it sure sounds fun.

You could also take an evening sleigh ride to dinner. There are several sleigh ride companies, and you can find them all through the Visit Park City website: visitparkcity.com/things-to-do/… I've done Snowed In, which includes a dinner, and I've also done the one that you pick up at the Stein Erickson, which just does a loop around and brings you back.

White Pine Touring can take you snow shoeing or cross country skiing. Both will give you a great workout and offer great scenery. http://whitepinetouring.com

Visit the Utah Olympic Park where you can do everything from visit the ski museum to ride the bobsled on the Olympic bobsled track (not for the timid, but a great ride). http://utaholympiclegacy.com

If you want to feel like you're a way less than 50 group, go tubing at either Soldier Hollow or Gorgoza. I'm 52, and I always have a blast!

Don't forget to visit High West Distillery for some good local vodka or whiskey. Also, don't forget that the state liquor store will be closed on Sundays and on New Year's day, so plan accordingly.

Have a great time!

Salt Lake City, Utah
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2. Re: Dog sledding

Greetings and welcome out to the Wasatch.

A quick Google search yielded several companies in Park City that offer dog sledding excursions. I haven't used any of them, so can't recommend a company or have intimate knowledge of how they treat and care for their dogs. Typically dog sleds can only take 2-3 people at a time. I think it would be difficult to find a place that could accommodate 50 people together. Some of the names I found were:

Luna Lobos Dog Sledding

PawSatch

Northforty Escapes

All Seasons Adventure

Rocky Mountain Sledding

Plenty of other things to do including snowmobiling tours, snow shoeing, horse drawn sleighs, sledding at Soldier's Hollow, The Alpine Coaster at PCMR, Utah Olympic Park's bobsled and museum, Jupiter Bowl, plenty of spas in town, ghost tours, Egyptian Theater, art gallery stroll, High West Distillery, Wasatch Brewery, Park City Museum, shopping, etc.

Could also head into SLC and go to any of the museums, Temple Square and City Creek Center, catch a ballet or NBA game, etc. Check local events calendars too, to see what is happening in town for the specific days you'll be around. The Visit Park City site will have some listings, though it may be too far in advance at this point. There is also http://www.visitsaltlake.com with an event calendar. Have fun.

Salt Lake City, Utah
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3. Re: Dog sledding

Forgot the zip lines at Red Pine at The Canyons.

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