These dogs have pull.
People can come out to Calabogie Highlands Golf Resort for the rest of the winter season and enjoy dog sledding.
Photo courtesy of Steven Lecompte
The Calabogie Highlands Golf Resort is noted for its 27 holes of golf throughout the summer months, as well as its beautiful landscape on Calabogie Lake.
For the next few weeks, it’ll be synonymous for dog sledding, an event the whole family can enjoy.
“It is our first season here, we’ll see how it goes for them (Highlands), as well as for us,” Tuuluuwak Sled Dog manager Steven Lecompte said.
“We have 18 dogs. People can come out to Calabogie Highlands with their families. We have a number of tour packages.”
An example, two adults and two kids can go out for 20 minutes.
“Or you can go all day,” Lecompte adds. Prices vary from the length of tour and the numbers involved.
“We are at Calabogie Highlands six days a week, every day except Wednesday,” Lecompte added.
Daily hours of operation for the dog sled tours are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
“We also have evening bookings, under the full moon,” Calabogie Highlands owner Rick Fleming said.
He is pleased to add another dimension for the people in Calabogie.
“We’ll be running tours into March, as long as we have snow,” Lecompte said.
“If all goes well for the Highlands and us, we’ll be back for a second season next year.”
The dog sled tours are popular, Lecompte added.
“We’ve had clients from Toronto, Montreal and the United States.”
For more information on tour packages, prices, etc. call the Calabogie Highlands at 613-752-1234.
You can also take the dog sled tour through all 27 holes, Lecompte and Fleming add.