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Seavey's IdidaRide Sled Dog Tours

#6 of 50 Outdoor Activities in Seward Features Animals
12820 Old Exit Glacier Road, Seward, AK 99664-2231
+1 907-224-8607
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Wilderness Dog Sled Ride and Tour
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12820 Old Exit Glacier Road, Seward, AK 99664-2231
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Reviewed yesterday

They have an impressive facility where the sled dogs get their weight training when there is no snow by pulling the sleds on wheels along the paths. Very educational. It was a bit shocking to see so many sled dogs chained up, but we were...More

Thank Debra S
Reviewed 2 days ago

This is one of those great unusual things that make for great stories well after your trip. The dogs are wonderful and excited to pull the wheeled cart around the 2 1/2 mile course. The guides, including Danny Seavey, son of 2017 Ididarod winner Mitch...More

Thank Randell N
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Despite a little rain, we had a fantastic experience with Seavey's. We did the 1.5 hour tour and ride and I'd highly recommend it to anyone. Meeting the dogs, along with the puppies was the highlight for our teenage daughters. The ride was a blast...More

Thank Pat L
Reviewed 1 week ago

We had the great privilege today to fly by helicopter to join the team at Punchbowl Glacier to experience the power of the dog sled team. Such a beautiful location, a small team of 5 managing 60 dogs and only 6 of us on the...More

Thank BaikieS
Reviewed 26 January 2017 via mobile

This turned out to be different than we expected, in a good way. Our initial thought was that they dogs would be the big furry huskies, so was great to learn about the real sled dogs and what they are like. Loved how close we...More

1  Thank sallen512
Reviewed 21 January 2017

Animal lovers, you must visit! Honestly, I wasn't sure I was going to like this. Dogs pulling us in a sled made me a bit uncomfortable, like I was making them work too hard. Wrong! These dogs LOVE to run and pull the sled! The...More

2  Thank Cleoandtheo
Reviewed 15 January 2017

The program was informative. And it was interesting to see up close the sled and the clothing worn by the mushers as well as some protections for the dogs. The hard part was seeing where and how the dogs lived. They are all on short...More

Thank FriendInMichigan
Reviewed 6 December 2016

The people were so nice explaining everything and we got to ride the dog sled. Would totally do it again. The dogs were so cute. We also got to see Husky puppies!!!

Thank Shirin W
Reviewed 10 November 2016

If you are a fan of amazing canine athletes and Alaska's premier distinctive event, the Iditarod Sled Dog Race, then you can't miss Seavey's Ididaride tours. A great family-friendly experience, and run by our Alaskan Iditarod celebs who have 3 generations of champion mushers and...More

Thank 377BrendaC
Reviewed 2 November 2016

Wow, what a brilliant day. Albeit a little chilly, maybe less than 12 degrees, we arrived in Seward to a cloudy day, & cloud covered ice capped mountains. We walked the 10 minutes to the railway station, where we were picked up by the Seavey’s...More

Thank 549larrainen
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rvatsc
Hi, what would you like to know about this attraction?
26 February 2017|
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We are 79, in good health, want to visit you in July--do you have a whole package including a place to stay along with the sled dog tour and seeing the puppies?
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lisa d
We are pressed for time. Can we come by and meet the sled dogs and the Seaveys. We would love to take the helicopter up and ride on the sled, I just don't think we can fit it in. Our schedule is somewhat tight. But I am a really big fan and would love to meet the dogs.
3 July 2016|
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Response from Tina K | Reviewed this property |
It is not guaranteed that you will meet the Seavey's while at their ground tour base in Seward, also they do not offer the helicopter tour in Seward, they offer that out of Girdwood, AK but they don't offer the ground tour... More
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edavic
What is the surface of the 1 mile hike to glacier.... gravel, paved, wood? and is the hike uphill? are there any footbridges over canyons or crevices?
28 June 2016|
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Response from 123Beachy | Reviewed this property |
The 1 mile hike to Exit glacier is partially paved, some gravel and some dirt. It's fairly easy...uphill some, but not too steep. No footbridges, but you have to step across a couple of small creeks/streams.
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