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"Dogsledding in Maine"

 

Imagine yourself standing on the sled runners as a team of incredible Alaskan Huskies glide you along primeval forest trails and across frozen lakes in the East's last great wilderness..... with Mt Katahdin, Maine's highest peak, looming spectacularly on the horizon ! You are mushing through Maine's fabled "North Woods" and there is nothing that compares to it !

 

A winter journey through our great northern wilderness by dog team is to see the natural world from a completely fresh and exhilarating perspective. The cold, pure air seems to clarify the landscape and intensify the experience into something new and extraordanary, leaving you with images and memories that you won't soon forget. A brilliant and ethereal light reflecting off the snow..... spruce and pines silhoutted sharply agaist a deep cobalt - blue sky...... the shear magnitude of an uncluttered star-filled night sky. The deep solitude, your senses sharpened and heightened.

 

But the really extraordinary thing is our dogs...! Alaskan Huskies are incredibly vigorous animals and truly one of the wonders of the world. Their ancestors were bred in Interior Alaskan villiages, before the advent of snowmobiles, where the very survival of the native hunters depended on the strength and endurance of their dogteams.  Ours are friendly, even-tempered and sociable animals that love attention and interacting with humans and each other. 

 

But what they love the most is to run

and pull.....and with an energy and enthusiasm that is amazing ! No other animal on earth, wild or domestic,

can match the power, grace and endurance of the legendary

Alaskan Husky....!

 

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Don and Angel Hibbs

PO Box 544 Millinocket,Maine 04462

(207) 731-8888 • E-maill info@mainedogsledding.com