Long, long before you could glide around on the SkyTram or simply strap on some snow tyres, the only way to get about wintery Jasper National Park was sledding. They say the old ways are best and when it comes to mushing through the snow with a team of fluffy, white Alaskan Huskies for company, they’re not wrong.
Cold Fire Creek are Alberta’s dogsledding experts and the friendliest local folk to help you take the reins for the first time. If you’re not ready to go it alone, that’s fine too. Their guided tours are great for families and kids; cosy sleds in the coldest weather and nothing for you to do except cuddle up and enjoy the ride. Either way, Jasper looks fabulous and there isn’t a more typically Canadian way to show your appreciation.