UKTOUSA and The Valley Snow Dogz

TRADITIONAL ALASKAN HUSKIES


At Valley Snow Dogz, we offer Fall Wheeled Sled Dog Rides, along with Winter Sled Tours in Waterville Valley Resort, Thornton, On Squam Lake and in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Servicing special events at Loon Mtn Resort. Available for groups, gatherings, events, celebrations or simply for the love of it!

An authentic, memorable sled dog experience based right in the heart of The White Mountains. Please call 603-340-2390 for more information. Valley Snow Dogz....Creating memories for families, groups and anyone who has a burning desire to experience a sled dog adventure

A bucket list dog sledding adventure here in New Hampshire !

Valley Snow Dogz CALL 603-340-2390
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Live Free And MUSH!

Live Free And MUSH!
Valley Snow Dogz Kidz Event at Loon Mountain Resort

Monday, April 4, 2011

Splitting Some Of The Dogs Into Two Teams

Yup, it was time.... Richard starts running his own team of dawgs.

His Team Is On His Side Of The Truck

Richard starts harnessing his team

Dumping the 220lb Passenger

It was about time I dumped the 220lb passenger and handed him his own team.  So I did just that. I had enough gear to run two teams and so, Richard had 4 dogs and I took 5 dogs.  Our first time in a very long time that we ran two teams together.  Usually if Richard has chance to run with us he's on a tandem sled or occasionally riding in my sled.  Conditions were not so great to be adding more dogs to each team.  I thought it better to be safe and give Richard chance to find his musher feet and let him manage a small team for starters!  Now he's hooked !!!

Richard Catches Up With Me

Tumac and Cookqiz make a great lead pair, they were movin' !!
At wheel are my lovely strong girlies.... Nellie and Hana.

Just after I took this photo, we tried a pass between our two teams, I didn't know what to expect as my dogs are used to running as 'one' team.  But it went great, not a peep or a look from any of them.  Tumac and Cookqiz did a clean pass and nobody seemed to notice we were now 'two' teams.

Richard Heads Up The Trail

Richard having a blast with his cute 4-dog team