Team of sled dogs carries people across snowy field
Mush across
the Pristine Snow

Dog Sledding

Mush on.

These dogs love to run. Have a wild winter adventure dog sledding across Michigan.

The hot breath of the huskie pack fogs the crisp winter air and they pull you with focused determination across the glistening landscape. Imagine you're racing against another team, over the same frozen terrain that explorers did long ago.

Or experience the thrill of the race firsthand at events including the UP 200 in Marquette, the CopperDog 150 in Calumet, the Tahquamenon Country Sled Dog Race and Kalkaska Winterfest. Let’s holler “mush!” because beginning a new adventure is Pure Michigan.

Trip in a Minute | UP200 Sled Dog Race
The UP200 held in Michigan's Upper Peninsula is one of America's top-notch sled dog races. The race trail covers over 240 miles of challenging terrain through the areas of Marquette, Grand Marais, Wetmore and Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore and finishes at Mattson Lower Harbor.
Visit Nature's Kennel
In McMillan, take a dog sled ride through the Upper Peninsula's winter wonderland. Visitor's can choose between half-day, full-day and overnight trips, and Nature's Kennel offers guided dog sled rides or the option to learn to drive your own team.
Team of dogs running through snowy forest
UP200 Sled Dog Race
The UP200 is one of America's premier 12-dog, mid-distance sled dog races and draws mushers from around the United States and Canada. Mushers face hills, creek crossings, deep snow and isolated trail. This is a true test of skill and stamina!
Dog Sledding: A Pure Michigan Winter
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