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Grizzle-T Dog & Sled Works

#2 of 50 Outdoor Activities in Steamboat Springs Features Animals
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
+1 970-870-1782
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Awesome adventure!

Don't have any doubts about doing this. You will not regret it. The dogs are so powerful and doing... read more

Reviewed February 14, 2017
Good people run this place

My review is for the integrity of the people that run Grizzle-T. I am impressed with them because... read more

Reviewed February 13, 2017
Saint Louis, Missouri
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Grizzle-T Dog & Sled Works is a dog sledding tour business located in Steamboat Springs, CO. Family owned and operated by Iditarod Musher, Kris Hoffman and his wife Sara. In business since 1996, we offer both “Learn to Drive” dog sledding tours where we bring you out and teach you how to drive your own team (typically 2 people/sled with one starting as the driver and 1 being the passenger and then switching half way around the trail) or “Guide Driven” tours where we drive the sleds for you and you can just sit back and relax and enjoy the beautiful Colorado mountains at the speed of dog. Our 12.5mile backcountry trail is located on a private ranch just west of Steamboat. Our pristine (groomed) trail snakes through Colorado’s mountainous ranch country traversing over ridgelines, through canyons, open meadows, and everything in-between. Views include the Flat Tops Wilderness Area, Sleeping Giant, The Zirkles, The Steamboat Ski Area, the Valley and much more...with the occasional spotting of wildlife!
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Hours Today: 7:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
+1 970-870-1782
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Reviewed February 14, 2017

Don't have any doubts about doing this. You will not regret it. The dogs are so powerful and doing what they love to do. Friendly dogs, great staff. You get to experience the whole thing from start to finish and interact with dogs. Highly recommend....More

Thank kimh295
Reviewed February 13, 2017

My review is for the integrity of the people that run Grizzle-T. I am impressed with them because we had pre-booked and our son suffered altitude sickness. We could have canceled within the time to receive the full refund but wanted to see if he...More

Thank 1Midwestfamily
Reviewed February 12, 2017

What a great way to start your day! Thought I would enjoy this but I had no idea how much! Operated by super nice people. The guides were great always giving advise on how to manage the dogs. Views were spectacular! The DOGS were the...More

Thank rhondajack333
Reviewed February 11, 2017 via mobile

What a blast! Very well run operation and the people are professional and fun. Highly recommend south tour. A great add on to a fantastic ski trip.

Thank Paul V
Reviewed February 9, 2017

Beautiful trail for dog sledding. Great dogs and great staff to make the experience wonderful. Hot cocoa and cookies at the end was the crowning touch.

Thank 277CAC
Reviewed February 8, 2017

So glad we did this. Definitely checked off on my bucket list and hope to do it again. The dogs are so sweet and love to pull and run and howl with impatience to get going. Amy was our guide and had a smile on...More

Thank Susie H
Reviewed February 8, 2017 via mobile

This was an experience of a lifetime! Tom and Sue were phenomenal guides! We loved every moment of this trip... they let you get up and close with the dogs and enjoy every aspect of dogsledding... these dogs are happy and Tom is a truly...More

Thank Jade B
Reviewed February 8, 2017

What a great experience! Todd was the perfect host and such a passionate advocate of the dog sledding experience! He did a great job of explaining the dogs, the sledding process and was a great leader for our group. We did the South tour around...More

Thank Bakecz
Reviewed February 8, 2017

My family and I went for the drive your own sled on the South trail- it is about 25 minutes south east of the ski mountain- opposite direction from town. The instructions on how to find the place were great- and don't listen to GPS....More

Thank DA8675309
Reviewed February 8, 2017

A must-do activity! We took a day off from skiing and I'm thrilled this was the activity we chose! We went on the South Trail with Tom. He was an excellent guide, shared so many details and stories about his dogs and his runs on...More

Thank andersonnc2017
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Kelly A
February 11, 2017|
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Response from Grizzle-T | Property representative |
I currently have room on Saturday morning on our South trail. Depending on where the house you are renting is located we can either pick you up at the house or another location close by. It would be an 8:30 pickup. Please... More
November 28, 2016|
Response from Grizzle-T | Property representative |
We are located approximately 15-20 minutes drive from Steamboat which is where the closest hotels are located. We pick up and drop off (complimentary shuttle) from all the Hotels and almost all the condos in Steamboat (there... More
November 14, 2016|
Response from Grizzle-T | Property representative |
The west to trail is the longer of the two and a little more sporty. It also has a larger variety of scenery than the South trail. Both are beautiful but the West is definitely more diverse - going up and down hills... More