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Seavey's IdidaRide Sled Dog Tours

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Seward, AK, USA
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About Seavey's IdidaRide Sled Dog Tours
Mush the 2017 Iditarod champion sled dogs! Visit Seavey's IdidaRide racing kennel, where four generations of the Seavey family and 100 of the toughest dogs in the world train during the summer months. You'll be helping train their 46th Iditarod team for their 4th championship. Cuddle the adorable husky puppies, try on the gear worn when it's 40 below, and get a pawtograph from their Golden Harness winning lead dogs. Sleds with padded seats and suspension, fully covered tour, and dog themed gift shop make this the most fun you can have in Seward in the rain. Voted "Best Sled Dog Ride in Alaska" by readers of the Alaska Magazine.
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Kathrine S wrote a review Jun 2020
22 contributions2 helpful votes
There was a fellow traveler that recommended this to me so we gave it a shot... we were the only people on our tour which was nice... when they take u back to the kennel area the dogs go to almost screaming... and they hook them up to this atv type of thing and they r just
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HeatherHinMO wrote a review May 2020
Jefferson City, Missouri, United States107 contributions21 helpful votes
I visited Alaska on my own for a wedding. This was just something I thought might be interesting to do. I REALLY enjoyed it, a lot more than I even imagined I would. The tour guides were very knowledgable, I learned SO MUCH about dog sledding. We met so many dogs, had a fun
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Sam K wrote a review Feb 2020
Wappinger, New York3 contributions
My wife and I came to Alaska for our honeymoon and we're both big dog lovers, so a mushing adventure was a must. This tour was fantastic! Being out on the trail was exhilarating, easier than we expected and not as cold as we feared. Be ready, though: we wore many layers
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Karen M wrote a review Nov 2019
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One of the best parts of my trip! I loved how laid back and fun this was. Conway did our tour and he was the “driver” on our sled ride. So cool to hear all his crazy knowledge! He answered so many questions we had about the dogs, the sport, and Alaska in general. I would not
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Alice32308 wrote a review Nov 2019
Tallahassee, Florida64 contributions22 helpful votes
My husband and I loved the experience of taking the helicopter to the top of the glacier to see the sled dog training camp. Mushing with the dog team was a blast. We even got to see puppies that will be possibly used to race in the future.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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