BWCA Dog Sledding

In the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, dog sleds are the only way, besides skiing and snowshoeing, to gain access. What's there? Pristine snow. Nobody around for miles (access controlled by US Forest Service). No motors. True wilderness experience like no other.

Ice Fish by Dog Sled

The million-acre Boundary Waters Wilderness is famous for fishing. Each year, over 200,000 people visit in the summer, traveling along the more than 1500 miles of canoe routes. Why? Not only the natural beauty but the great fishing. Walleye, Northern, Lake Trout. And good size!

About Ely, Minnesota

Voted "America's Best Small Town," Ely, Minnesota is a historical mining town with an upscale twist, boasting good eateries and impressive wine selections. Artists of all kinds live tucked into the nearby forests and the town becomes a gallery during the Ely Winter Festival in February each year.

About Dog Sledding

Dog sledding is a sport for all ages and all physical abilities. Anyone can ride in a sled and even a kid can drive! From babies to octogenarians, from handicapped to athletes, from beginners to experts, all experience the thrill of a lifetime riding or driving a dog sled in Northern Minnesota.