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Dogsledding or Rolling Rig Ride

Dogsledding or Rolling Rig Ride Tours

Provided by Becki Tucker of Outlaw Ridge, Mountain View Grand offers dogsledding during the winter months.

Sled Dog

Dogsledding is available Friday, Saturday, Sunday, at 9:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Additional rides may be available. This one hour experience offers a chance to not only ride, but meet and greet the dogs, as well as learn about the intricacies of dogsledding.

Dogsledding rides are $175. Limit of two people per sled, with a weight limit of 325lbs.

Ride Requirements 

Anyone ages 5-12 must be accompanied by someone 13 years or older, and no one under the age of 5 can ride without an adult. Proper cold weather clothing and gear such as hats, boots, gloves, snow pants, and jackets are required. Please arrive 25 minutes prior to a tour in order to fill out a liability packet at the Activities Center. 

Weather Requirements

At least 12 inches of packed snow for dogsledding. In the event that there is too little snow for dogsledding, rolling rig rides will be offered. It's just like dogsledding but you are on wheels!


Reservations for dogsledding are required, You may book your reservation by calling us direct or visiting our front desk.

Cancellation Policy

Dogsledding has a 24-hour cancellation policy. Guests cancelling outside the designated policies will be responsible for the full amount of the ride. The musher has the right to cancel due to trail and/or weather conditions. 

Meet the Musher 

Becki Tucker

Becki Tucker Outlaw Ridge Sled Dogs

Becki competes in one of the most grueling sports. While she and her dogs are considered some of the fiercest competitors in the 250-mile Can-Am Crown dog sled race (among others), her dogs are some of the sweetest, nicest-mannered dogs you might ever hope to meet. They train year-round, but wait anxiously for the coldest, snowiest weather possible so they can let loose and put the pedal to the metal.

They train many hours day and night, working on their foundation strength, endurance and ability to play to their individual strengths, while coming together as a solid team.

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