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Green Mountain Dog Sled Adventures Business History
The activity of running dogs is getting more and more popular as people are discovering the distinctive appeal of being swiftly transported by dog sled through the picturesque snow-covered wilderness. There really is nothing like being pulled or riding the runners behind a friendly and enthusiastic team of sled dogs. Take a step back in time before automobiles and snow machines were a way of life, when dog sledding and running dogs was the norm. It will definitely be a once-in-a-lifetime experience and a highlight of any winter vacation. Their sense of teamwork, camaraderie, and extraordinary power will astound you…
Green Mountain Dog Sled Adventures is truly a magical place. Occupying 77 acres and surrounded by 4,100 acres of state-owned wilderness, our winter wonderland is unquestionably the ideal setting for our sled dogs. We are located near Stowe, Vermont, known for generations as the Ski Capital of the East. Our dog sled tours are definitely unique. You won’t find a dog sled tour like it anywhere in the East.
Our first love is racing our dogs. Our kennel consists mostly of Iditarod dogs that have been flown in from Alaska. They have competed in numerous mid-distance dog sled races throughout New England and are presently in training for a longer 250 mile race in 2005 and hopefully the 1,000 mile Iditarod race in 2006 or 2007.
Our dog sled tours originate from our kennel and scenic cabin in Morristown, Vermont. We provide an educational tour as well as an actual dog sled tour. Your adventure begins with a discussion about how the dogs live, how they are cared for, their incredible abilities and genetics, and how they are trained. Our dogs have been socialized with people since they were puppies and are very friendly towards adults and children. After you meet your team, one of our experienced mushers and team of eager Alaskan Huskies will swiftly transport you in our padded and enclosed sleds through six to eight miles of winding woodland trails that have been hand cut by us. The dog sled trail meanders through large tracts of wilderness and is hilly, so the ride is quite exciting – it is not a flat tour in a field. Tours are as hands-on as you want them to be. You can learn how to harness the dogs, ride the runners, or just sit back and have the ride of your life while enjoying the breathtaking scenery. There are plenty of opportunities to stop and take pictures and to drive your own team.
The running time of the tour is based on trail conditions and the weight of the sled, but generally lasts an hour and fifteen minutes to an hour and a half. Once back at the cabin you will be served hot chocolate and are welcome to stay as long as you want to cross-country ski or snowshoe on the property if you desire. The entire dog sled experience lasts between two and a half to three hours.
Green Mountain Dog Sled Adventures Business History. (2007, November 1). In Green Mountain Dog Sled Adventures. Retrieved, November 2, 2007, from www.dogsledvt.com/
This is my work briefcase – I dumped everything out to take the photo and Its amazing how much junk you end up lugging around. I cannot remember why I have some of this here.. I know why I have the 2003 Server CD but cannot work out why cufflinks are in there (have not worn french cuffs in weeks) and the delegate badge must be months old ?
Missing is the pile of old receipts and stuff i threw out and my trusy PowerShot A40
Books by my bed, for the Reading List group