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Dog Sledding in Oregon's Great Outdoors


 

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Oregon Snow Parks that offer and allow opportunities for dog sledding:


Santiam Pass Snow Parks:


Ray Benson, 5 miles east of Santiam Junction on US 20. Willamette National Forest.

Lake of the Woods/Siskiyou Summit Snow Parks:

Four Mile Lake Road, 36 miles east of ORE 62 on ORE 140. Winema National Forest.

Great Meadows, 37.5 miles east of ORE 62 on ORE 140. Winema National Forest.

Dead Indian, 38 miles east of ORE 62 on ORE 140. Winema National Forest.

Northeast Oregon Snow Parks:

Milepost 20, 1 mile east of Tollgate on ORE 204. Umatilla National Forest.

Morning Creek, 2 miles east of Tollgate on ORE 204. Umatilla National Forest.

Central Oregon Snow Parks:

Wanoga, 15.5 miles west of Bend on Century Drive. Deschutes National Forest.

Dutchman Flat, 21 miles west of Bend on Century Drive. Deschutes National Forest.

Edison Butte, 4 miles south of Century Drive on County Road 45 (Sunriver Road). Deschutes National
Forest.

Walt Haring, 1 mile north of Chemult on US 97. Winema National Forest.

Dog sled rides in Oregon

Southern Oregon Sled Dog Club, Janet Harmeson, 360 NE Quimby Ave, Bend, Oregon 97701 Phone: 800-829-2442 (Janet Harmeson)

Oregon Trail of Dreams Offers sled dog tours daily. Phone: 800-829-2442 E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Briar's Patch Sled Dogs, P.O. Box 498, Ft. Klamath, Oregon Phone: 541-381-2203. Customized rides from 1/2 hour to all day. Doggie kisses included for free!

Mt. Hood Sled Dog Tours, Welches, Oregon USA Phone: (503) 622-5879 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Enjoy a breathtaking ride through the Mt. Hood National Forest with our Alaskan Huskies. Tours by reservation only at Frog Lake, a beautiful 2 1/2 hour drive from Bend.