Arctic Rescue’s Park City Dog Sledding Team
Once seen as “unadoptable,” these rescued pups have proven themselves unstoppable.
The Gibsons are knowledgeable of Huskies and Malamutes and know these breeds are often misunderstood; the dogs are lively and energetic, and if this energy doesn’t receive an appropriate outlet, it can be channeled negatively. With this in mind, the Gibsons were inspired to create a dog sledding operation called Team G Sled Dogs. The team’s Park City dog sledding tours are booked through All Seasons Resorts, giving the energetic rescues and fosters independence and purpose. Pulling the sleds allows them to run and embrace the open spaces of Park City. Now, rather than being perceived as “unadoptable,” the dogs have proven themselves unstoppable.
In this video, Maren and Racer Gibson share more on why they established Team G Sled Dogs and how they’ve helped to not only give understanding to the rescues, but have helped educate others in the gifts of these breeds. Warning: if you’re not a dog lover before “pressing play,” just wait until you’ve witnessed a couple of pup kisses, some sleds and snow-filled, running-free joy.
All Seasons Adventures
Get off the beaten path and explore Park City's local community with All Seasons Adventures (ASA) as your guide. ASA serves as Park City's outdoor guide service, offering guides for dog sledding tours plus a plethora of all-season activities, such as fly fishing, fat biking, rafting and horseback riding. The tour guides all come from different backgrounds, lifestyles and experiences but collectively share a passion for outdoor activities and guiding others along the way.
Browse ASA's offered guided tours.
Bear Ridge Adventures
Bear Ridge Adventures, located 25 minutes away from Park City, is a family run business focused solely on dog sledding. They offer their clients three options for authentic dog sled tours: 1 hour, 2 hour, and half day tours all with a full 10 to 12 dog team. They believe dog sledding is a great way to really dive in and get to know more about mushing, the huskies, and dog sledding.
Check out Bear Ridge Adventures guided tours.