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Arleigh Jorgenson Sled Dog Adventures

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Rated as North America's top sled dog adventure program by 'The Ultimate Adventure Source Book', their treks provide an opportunity to drive your own sled and team for the entire trip or ride with a professional guide. Daylight or moonlight rides leave from their kennel with an experienced driver and team of 10-12 Alaskan Huskies. New expanded trail system features Kadunce River Waterfall trail ride; this exciting new trail descends 400 feet toward Lake Superior, then run down Toboggan Hill to view the falls from across the gorge. Try the One-Person per Sled option for a faster ride or multiple riders per sled (maximum per sled, 2 adults or 3 children); combinations are encouraged. Discounts for children under 12, reservations required. Located just 40 minutes from Lutsen Mountains off County Road 14.

Location: 60 Frank's Way, Grand Marais Minnesota 55604 Telephone 218-387-2498 Toll Free: 800-884-5463

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