Continental Divide Dogsled Adventures

Dubois, WY

Where are we going?

Continental Divide Dogsled Adventures
4338 US-26
WY 82513


What is there to do?

It's time to travel at the speed of Dog!

Continental Divide Dog Sled Adventures is ALL about giving families an incredible experience with these beautiful animals, in a beautiful part of the USA!

They offer half day or full day tours through the Teton and Shoshoni National Forests that surround Jackson Hole, Wyoming and the Greater Yellowstone Area. If you haven't seen the scenery in Wyoming, then you are in for a special treat!

If you want to extend your adventure, and enjoy dogsledding and dog sledding tours a bit longer, check out the overnight or extended day trips.

They are the perfect way to add that extra level of adventure to your dogsledding day, where you can enjoy time in their remote mountain hideaway. Yes, a yurt! Yurts are an amazing traditional nomadic dwelling, so kids can learn some history and culture too! 

Lunch is included on these tours, as well as activity clothing so all you need is your sense of adventure!

Check out their summer kennels too, as it's some added fun for the kids!

Alaskan Racing huskies are the dogs of choice at Continental Divide Kennels. Each dog is individually cared for and trained to be an endurance athlete, so you know you are in great hands with some adorable creatures!

How much does it cost?

Adults: Contact them for details and prices

Children: Same as adult


Need a little extra help?

Just give them a call to chat about the accessibility of the tours, they will be happy to help!


When can we go?

Hours vary on the tour so check when you book

Weather permitting, tours start at the end of November and run into April. Mid-December to March, 1 & 2 night tours on request


Any top tips?

The weather in Wyoming during our sledding season is cold and unpredictable. We recommend layers of clothing that are breathable and can be removed easily. A snow suit that is not easily removed is not recommended. Be prepared to adjust for different temperatures and activity levels

I’m Hungry!

They provide lunch on the extended tours and overnight tours. It's always a good idea to take your own snacks and bottled water too! - Fun things to do with kids and best places to visit in the US
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