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狗拉雪橇之旅-費爾班克斯市 Dog Sled Tours – Paws for Adventure, Fairbanks, Alaska

費爾班克斯的冒險-狗拉雪橇之旅 Dog Sled Tour Paws for Adventure Fairbanks, Alaska

費爾班克斯的冒險-狗拉雪橇之旅 Dog Sled Tour
Paws for Adventure
Fairbanks, Alaska

在阿拉斯加的冬季-狗拉雪橇是一項很有趣的雪上活動。

Paws for Adventure是阿拉斯加州費爾班克斯市裡最頂尖的狗拉雪橇公司。

親切的嚮導會先介紹體驗者和雪橇犬認識,接著帶領你來一趟有趣又安全的狗拉雪橇之旅。

以下有幾種行程可供選擇:

  • 大約5公里的短程活動,30分鐘至1小時
  • 狗拉雪橇體驗學校,3至3.5小時
  • 1天及數天的冒險體驗活動

提供舒適又溫暖的圓頂帳鬔使用,內有熱巧克力可飲用。

同時也提供冬天的大衣與雪靴。

大約20分鐘的狗拉雪橇之旅,帶您穿梭森林環繞美麗的費爾班克斯市。

Paws for Adventure狗拉雪橇公司網址 www.pawsforadventure.com

及臉書專頁Facebook 電話: (907) 378-3630

 

而我曾經體驗過這項短程的雪上活動,友善的老闆Ms. Leslie Goodwin及她的團隊,使我留下美好的狗拉雪橇經驗。

Paws for Adventure 公司曾經接受USA Today newspaper 及 CNN Travel 的特別報導。

以下是 USA Today 的特別報導:

這項狗拉雪橇的雪上活動位於280英畝的農場,距離費爾班克斯市中心僅需20分鐘的車程。「經過基礎的訓練課程後,2到3名的嚮導會帶您深入野外進行為期每天30英哩,共計6天5夜的狗拉雪橇之旅。」沿途你將會觀賞到冰河、湖泊等自然奇景的壯麗,此外行程中有2晚入住舒適的Maclaren旅館。

-外派雜誌編輯 Chris Keyes

 

 

Dog sled tours are a fun activity during a winter visit to Alaska.

Paws for Adventure is an excellent dog sled tour company in Fairbanks, Alaska.

Friendly guides introduce guests to the dogs and dog sledding, and lead a fun and safe tour.

Several tour options are available:

  • Short tours, 30 minutes to 1 hour, about 5 miles
  • Mushing School, 3 to 3.5 hours
  • Overnight and multi-day adventures

A comfortable wam yurt is available with hot chocolate.

Winter gear is available – coats and boots.

The tour location is about 20 minutes outside Fairbanks in a beautiful country area of open fields and light forest.

Paws for Adventure website www.pawsforadventure.com and Facebook  Telephone (907) 378-3630

I have taken the short tour met the owner and operator Ms. Leslie Goodwin and her team, and they are friendly people that provide a great tour experience.

Paws has been featured in USA Today newspaper and CNN Travel.

USA Today
This spectacular mushing site is located on a 280-acre homestead, just a 20-minute drive from downtown Fairbanks. “Two to three guides will take you deep into the wilderness after a training session, traveling up to 30 miles a day for six days and five nights.” You’ll mush toward the base of a glacier, camp at Tangle Lake, and spend two nights at comfortable Maclaren Lodge.
-Outside Magazine editor Chris Keyes

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