At A+ Dog Sled Excursions & Tours, we take care to provide our clients high quality services personalized for their unique needs. Your comments and requests will be answered within 24 hours or less. Please contact us by completing any of the forms on this website, by email [email protected] or by text 907-328-8982. We can accommodate a minimum of 1 person and a maximum of 7 people
Arctic Circle Excursion
Planned stops include:
Trans-Alaska Pipeline View
Hilltop Truck Stop
Dalton Highway Sign
Arctic Circle/Northern Lights Viewing Center
This excursion is an overnight trip that includes all the great stops of the Arctic Circle tour but on the way back we join Dorothy & Jeremy Towson at the Yukon River Crossing for a snow machine ride to their dry cabin and Northern Lights Viewing Center. There we have dinner and wait for those lights to start dancing! In the morning it's breakfast time and time to try out some other activities related to living off-the-grid.
During February through the beginning of April we can also take the option of going farther north after our stop at the Arctic Circle and visit the village of Wiseman. Here we would have the option of staying at the local truck stop in ColdFoot or one of two lodges in Wiseman. The Northern Lights love to be play over this area of Alaska and it would also be possible to take a dog sled ride in the morning. The cost of this excursion is highly dependent on which type of lodging we have available at the time of booking, but well worth it!
Fairbanks City Tour/Yellow Map Tour
Options to consider:
Morris Thompson Cultural Center
Yukon Quest Headquarters & Downtown Fairbanks
UAF Museum of the North
Ice Alaska (evenings in March)
or the Ice Museum
(during the summer)
Pioneer Park (summer season)
Fountainhead Antique Auto Museum
Trans-Alaska Pipeline Viewing
North Pole Santa Claus House (gift shop) and The Reindeer Academy
Ice fishing! Imagine an afternoon being on a frozen lake, in a tent, relaxing in a chair as you keep a watch out for a trout or salmon to get a whiff of your bait, always wondering if it will take the bait so we can all have some lunch, or will it just nudge it and swim away. Whether you catch a fish or not, you'll have an experience to share, you'll learn how use an auger to make your own fishing hole, help put up the fishing tent and learn the patience of being a fisherman! Oh and some good company and laughter!
Special Excursion for late August and early September 2019
We have a dream...maybe it is on your bucket list or is a little itch in the back of your travel ideas.
WE WANT TO PHOTOGRAPH POLAR BEARS!!!
The process of making plans for an excursion up to the northern part of the state has started but we need to know how much interest there is to really make it happen. This is a tour for those who want to see part of Alaska not many others have a chance to visit and those who want to challenge their photographic abilities. If you are interested, please contact us as soon as possible. Pricing may depend on number of people who are interested!
Dog Sled Rides
Need an Alaskan Husky cuddle? This is the place to do just that! We have 25 lovable, energetic Alaskan huskies that love to have visitors. They will all be excited to get some cuddles from you before and after they take you out on the trails. We have many options for your Alaskan Husky experience, at our kennel we offer 20, 40 and 60 minute rides. Want to be more involved? Try mushing the team yourself! (This option is dependent on staffing) Or let us take you down to meet a veteran Iditarod musher and Yukon Quest finisher, Bill Cotter in Nenana.