Run the Iditarod and Stay at Our Jackson Hole Resort
Have you ever wanted to yell mush at a pack of sled-dogs as you race alongside other mushers on the Iditarod, but the idea of going to Alaska not really excite you? Well Jackson Hole Wyoming gives you the chance to pretend you are racing from Anchorage to Nome, Alaska without actually going to Alaska. Jackson Hole Iditarod Sled Dog Tours will let you run your own team of sled dogs around the Granite Creek Canyon and Bridger Teton National Forest. Musher-Guides will lead you around in modern sleds so that you can see wildlife like deer, elk, moose, bighorn sheep and bald eagles before turning over the reins to you. Tour specialists can customize sled-dog tours for any sized group and even corporate outings. Trips can last either a full-day or half-day with both trips starting at 8 am. Dog-sled tours start in late November and can run until April with weather permitting.
Jackson Hole Iditarod Sled Dog Tours was started by eight time Iditarod veteran, Frank Teasley. He uses the sled-dog tours as a way to train younger less-experience dogs for their run in the Iditarod. Jackson Hole Iditarod Sled Dog Tours won the 2009 Best of Jackson Award in the Tour & Guide Services by the US Commerce Association. Sled-dog tours are as fun an exciting way to explore the wildlife and forest of Jackson Hole in a unique way that you aren’t soon to forget.
If you want to come to Jackson Hole, Wyoming and take a sled dog store make sure to stay at the Lodge at Jackson Hole. Their first-class lodging in Jackson Hole is perfect for any size group and they offer spacious accommodations with plush mattresses and fireplaces. When you are done with your sled-dog tour you can spend the night relaxing in the Lodge’s outdoor hot tub or swimming in one of their heated indoor pools. Stay one night at The Lodge at Jackson Hole and you will understand why they are considered one of the best hotels in Jackson Hole. Contact their friendly staff today to book your Jackson Hole, Wyoming Vacation.