Tours and Tickets by Seavey's IdidaRide Sled Dog Tours
Wilderness Dog Sled Ride and Tour in Seward
Ride a dog sled through Alaska's wilderness trails on a tour from Seward. In addition to your sled ride, you get to tour the kennel, cuddle husky puppies, and learn about canine athletic training. The sleds feature comfortable, padded seats and wheeled summer sleds that allow you to experience a dog sled ride regardless of the weather.
1 hour 30 minutes
Seward and Kenai Fjords National Park Guided Tour with Lunch
See the sights of Seward and visit Kenai Fjords National Park on this combo tour with lunch. With a guide, you'll stop by "Mile 0" of the Iditarod Trail, the home of the annual sled dog race, and marvel at Exit Glacier. Look for mountain wildlife, and take a dog sled ride to round out this Alaskan experience.
Small-Group Dog Sledding Experience in Sterling
Mushing is Alaska's state sport, and a great way to get outside and experience Alaska. The dogs themselves are inspiring, from their love of running, their happy, upbeat personalities, to their incredible power. You can't help but love them. This is a truly Alaskan experience, and everyone should try it at least once!
1 hour 30 minutes
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GREGG B wrote a review Mar 2021
Fort Worth7 contributions
After paying for 2 on this day trip, my Cruise ship canceled their Alaska cruises one month later. 5 months before this trip, no refund at all, zero from Kenali Fjords guided tour. No nothing, not even a credit for the future. No changes and no refunds. And no communication.
Date of experience: January 2021
Response from 760mitchs, Owner at Seavey's IdidaRide Sled Dog Tours
Responded Mar 25, 2021
We responded to this guest within 3 hours, offering free changes to future dates. That being said, we do advise checking cancellation policies before booking on 3rd party sites like this.
Tanya wrote a review Oct 2020
Southlake, Texas, United States78 contributions23 helpful votes
Great experience! Did a 1.5 hour tour with Hal, who was very friendly and knowledgeable. The dogs were awesome, of course, and we went flying in the 4 wheeler over beautiful autumn terrain with them, learning so much about these incredible athletes! It was great seeing how much the dogs love what they do and how much the people who work with them love and take such good care of the dogs. After the ride, we got to cuddle with tiny roly poly pups whose eyes were just opening...oh, my!! Lots of cool photo ops and plenty time to pet and interact with the dogs.....just amazing!…
Date of experience: October 2020
Alissa T wrote a review Oct 2020
San Diego, California68 contributions7 helpful votes
We had a tour today with 2 eleven year olds and two 9 year olds in Sterling. The kids learned a lot about the dogs and the Iditarod. Our guide was very knowledgeable and great with the kids! At the end kids enjoyed playing with the puppies. Definitely want to experience again!
Boxersrule56 wrote a review Sep 2020
Hamburg, New York23 contributions6 helpful votes
Our fishing trip was cancelled due to bad weather so Seavey's was suggested. I am so glad that we went. The experience was awesome. I knew of the iditarod, not much more. Our guide Hal H. should get a big raise. He was knowledgeable, patient and thoroughly loved his job. He did a great job explaining everything and with three 11yr old boys, there was alot of questions. I am now a fan and will cheer Hal onto a victory come March, 2021.…
Date of experience: August 2020
Jessica D wrote a review Sep 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
When we came to Alaska one of the main things on my list was a dog sled ride. When looking for an outfit to visit and ride with we were fortunate enough to get a trip with Ididaride owned by the record holder Mitch Seavey. We were excited to see all the dogs and see how they got them ready for a sled ride. Our guide was Hal Hanson. An upcoming 2021 Ididarod contestant. He was phenomenal and very knowledgeable. He gave us background in himself and the sport itself. We couldn’t have asked for better! We will be tuning into the ride and watching him compete. We wish him the best! …
Date of experience: September 2020