"Mushing in ANWR on Alaska's North Slope"

DATES:
MARCH 25 - APRIL 1, 2012
MARCH 31 - APRIL 7, 2012

SP Kennel is excited to be heading back to the North Slope of Alaska. Few places in the world are as untouched and wild as the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

The Refuge, always a hot topic in Washington D.C.,is a "No Snow Mobile Area", including breaking trail in support of mushing trips. This means NO noise except the pattering of dog feet. This also means that this trip will be a true adventure. Because of this, each trip is limited to 3. This means only 6 spots are available and 2 are already filled!

Wildlife such as moose, caribou, sheep, wolves and ptarmigan are the residence of this area. Few places have remained so untouched! We recommend each client be reasonably fit and enjoy the rugged outdoors. The temperatures range from 20 above during the day to -30 during the night. This time of year, the daylight hours are extensive with close to 20 hours of light. Incredible Northern Lights are often visible during the shortened night.

The trip cost is $4,000. This includes a night at SP Kennel, airfare from Fairbanks to Coldfoot Camp, transportation from Coldfoot to Galbraith Lake, 6 nights of accommodations in toasty warm Arctic Oven Tents, 5 days of mushing through the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and tasty camp cooked meals. Each person drives their own dog team through this remote area.

If you are interested in an ANWR / North Slope Dog Mushing Adventure, please contact us at aliyz@naturalextremes or kaz@naturalextremes.com. This trip will fill quickly. Trip is held with a $1500 down.

This trip will be in a remote area!

Trip Cost: $4000
$1500 Deposit holds your spot.

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