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About dogsledding tours

1. Can I dogsled anywhere in Greenland?

No, you can dogsled above the Arctic Circle. Kangerlussuaq and Sisimiut on the west coast, and Tasiilaq and Kulusuk and the east coast, are the southernmost places for dogsledding.

2. What do I wear on a dogsled tour?

Dress in layers and keep warm. Pay attention to your head, neck, hand and feet. Remember to layer your gloves and socks too. If it’s spring and not so cold, it’s important to take off layers so that you don’t sweat. On long dogsled trip, a sleeping bag can keep your feet warm. If you are a jogger, you’re welcome to hop off and run for a while. Many sleds have warm caribou or muskox skins on the sled, and some tours have warm local clothing for the trip. 

3. Can I pet and feed the dogs?

You should never touch sled dogs when the owner is not around. They are working partners to the hunter, and not pets. If you are going on a dogsledding tour, ask the guide, who will say yes or no, and may point out the dogs which are ok to go close to. 

There are tours that take you to visit dogs teams if you would like to come close to the dogs and learn about the dogsledding culture.