This requires a drive to some of the most rural spots in the world. But for the adventure seeker, so worth it!
We went to Michigan’s upper peninsula. We stayed at an 1850s former railroad hotel called Chamberlin’s Inn.
Our cells dropped out completely when we were still about 15 minutes away from Nature’s Kennel. Off the beaten path is an understatement.
I highly recommend the ride and drive options. It is a blast to drive a sled but having the option to ride for a bit allows you to really take in the sights, and enjoy this exhilarating ride from two very different perspectives.
Winter is the best season. Obviously snow is essential. But if you happen to be in one of these locations in the summer they do offer rides with 4-wheelers. A total different type of ride but the trainers say these dogs need exercise year-round so they improvise.
Bonus: Meeting puppies!!!
There are many other places around the world to do this too.
Norway: There are a few places within a reasonable drive of Oslo. Or you can venture up to Tromso
Canada: There are some places north of Toronto. Or head out to British Columbia
USA: Head to Michigan’s upper peninsula or northern Wisconsin