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Winterdance Dogsled Tours Haliburton, Ontario

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Winterdance is an Ontario dogsledding tours company that operates out of the Haliburton Highlands alongside Algonquin park, and is owned and operated by husband and wife team Hank DeBruin and Tanya McCready-DeBruin, with "help" from their 3 young dogsledding children, Logan 8, Dustyn 6 and Michaela 2. Discover the thrill of dogsledding by learning to drive a dogteam! Explore Haliburton's breathtaking wilderness dog sledding in magical silence for 2 hour, 1/2 day, full day, moonlite or multi-day dog sledding trip packages.

Dogsledding in Haliburton, Ontario's spectacular winter wilderness, offers a glimpse into a time gone by, when life was slower and people were as one with the natural world around them.

A winter wonderland, snow sparkling, dogs softly trotting ahead of you, the dogsleds runners gliding under you, the huskies breath in the crisp, clean air. By sharing our passion for sled dogs & the sport, we aim to give people a true feel & love for the sport of dogsledding and our wonderful dogs! Come meet us and let our beautiful & affectionate Siberian Husky sled dogs steal your heart and make outdoor adventure, romantic escape or family vacation memories to last a lifetime!

We have over 100 registered purebred Siberian Huskies to love and cuddle with in our kennel - the type of dog most people expect to see when they think of Canadian dogsledding. We have black & whites, silvers, whites and reds. Some with blue eyes, others with gold and brown and some with one of each. Needless to say we have a good representation of the Siberian dogsled breed.

Our dogsled tours are run mainly on a large piece of private property (close to 5000 acres) north of Haliburton Lake on the doorstep of Algonquin Park. This is an unique opportunity to experience the solitude, remoteness and picturesque beauty of a part of the Ontario that few people will ever see.

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Physical Address :
1110 Sandy Cove Road North
K0M 1S0
Phone : +1 (705) 457-5281
Fax : +1 (705) 457-5281 (call first)