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Experience a true back-country dog sledding adventure over smooth trails and through peaceful glades of aspens and pines, taking in views that Colorado is famous. You’ll build a unique camaraderie with man’s best friend on a Colorado dog-sled ride, and also develop an appreciation for this centuries-old mode of transport.

Good Times
6061 Tiger Road
Breckenridge, CO 80424
We run an awesome 6-mile tour along the gorgeous winding trails of the Swan River Valley. Each dog sled trip begins with our friendly, knowledgeable guides explaining how to run the sled and how to work with the beautiful Siberian Huskies on your team. The tour, which can handle up to 6 people, is run as a “relay” – guests will switch off between running the dogs, riding in the dogsled, and riding on a small passenger sleigh with the guide. You will be out with your guide for a little more than an hour, stopping along the way for everyone to trade places. The guests riding in the snowmobile sleigh have the opportunity to take great action shots and video of the participants on the dog sled. This tour is a unique, interactive and absolutely thrilling way to experience dog sledding and the Rocky Mountains!

Alpine Adventures Dogsledding
21767 Hwy 24 West
Leadville, CO 80461
Alpine Adventures offers unique and exciting hands-on dog sledding tours that are fun for the entire family! Regardless which dog sledding tour option you choose, you are sure to leave with memories that will last a lifetime as well as some new four-legged friends. Dog sledding has grown exponentially in the past few years as one of the most popular outdoor winter activities. We serve all the popular resort areas, including Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Frisco, and Keystone. The dog-powered tours at Alpine Adventures are certain to be the ride of your life and the highlight of your winter vacation! Call now to start personalizing your tour reservation!
dog sledding breckenridge


Snowmobiling offers one of winter’s most popular activities just minutes from downtown Breckenridge, providing access to some of the most amazing scenery in Colorado.  With miles of beautiful trails, these excursions are ready to take you into the back-country of Breckenridge in style! With expert guides and top-notch equipment, snowmobile companies ensure a safe, enjoyable and very memorable experience for you and your whole group!

Breckenridge Snowmobiling Tours & Rentals

Breckenridge Snowmobiling Tours & Rentals offer an adventurous escape into the heart of the Colorado Rockies, with miles of perfectly groomed trails and endless powder-filled bowls and meadows to explore. Whether you’ve never ridden a snowmobile before or you’re an experienced rider seeking an adrenaline-inspired experience, we offer an array of Colorado Snowmobiling Tours and Snowmobile Rentals to guests all around Summit County.

Good Times Adventures

Established in 1986, Good Times Adventures is the only snowmobile and dog sledding tour operator actually in Summit County. Our lodge is located just a few miles from downtown Breckenridge and is an easy drive from all of the major resorts in the Central Rockies! We are proud to be a locals favorite and the #1 ranked activity in Breckenridge on 

Nova Guides

For the ultimate snowmobile experience we offer a half-day and full-day excursion at our primary Camp Hale location. Our most popular tours, the Top of the Rockies tours include endless miles of open meadows and spectacular 360-degree panoramic views of four surrounding mountain ranges including the Continental Divide. Operating our tours in the White River National Forest at Historic Camp Hale, we reach elevations of 12,500 feet on the largest commercial snowmobile trail system in the Vail and Beaver Creek area. All guided snowmobiling tours include door-to-door transportation, a professional guide, new model Ski-Doo snowmobile, snowsuit, boots and helmet. The morning half-day tour and full-day snowmobile tours include lunch.

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A Breckenridge sleigh ride is one of winter’s perfect activities. Not just for fairy tales, a sleigh ride is a real way to relax and absorb the Colorado countryside. You’ll dash by snow meadows, passing views of the majestic Rocky Mountains as you’re being pulled along by powerful draft horses in a handcrafted sleigh. Weather you’re with your family, or on a romantic trip for two, the memorable experience will be the highlight of your winter vacation. Dinner sleigh rides are also offered, and include a unique dining experience coupled with entertainment, musical performances, and appearances by “historical characters.” Regardless of age or physical ability, this is an activity the entire family can enjoy.

Breckenridge Sleigh Rides
Dash through a Winter Wonderland on a Beautiful and Majestic Handcrafted Sleigh or an Intimate and Private Exclusive Sleigh. Discover the magic of the mountains as your sleigh glides through open views of the mountains.

Nordic Sleigh Rides
A hearty dinner and theater show awaits at the end of your horse drawn winter sleigh ride to a recreated Colorado gold mining camp.  The big, beautiful and gentle draft horses will carry you through snow covered hills and winding winter trails.  Once you arrive at your destination about 25 minutes later, you will be greeted by our professional actors and live entertainment.  A mixture of fact and fiction, each show includes authentic costumes and props and draws on Breckenridge’s unique history. Once the show is over, dinner is ready.  Plates are heaped with generous portions of delicious and hearty food – just like the miners of yesteryear, only better!

Breckenridge Stables Sleigh Rides
970.453.4438 or 970.389.1777
Build memories that will last a lifetime. Come ride one of our custom built mountain sleighs and enjoy the beautiful views of the Ten Mile Range. Your colorful sleigh is drawn by a team of Belgian or Percheron draft horses. Inside the sleigh, wrapped in your warm blanket, you can hear the sleigh bells ringing a tune of old in the crisp mountain air. Bundle up, folks — we’ll see you in the mountains!