Sit down in the sled and guided by the musher and his huskies, who will lead you through the most mesmerizing places of the valley. A short but intense route that will allow you to discover the sensations that offer the sled dogs activity. It is one of the most authentic winter activities, with one of the best friends of man: the dog.
How to get to the Center
Pàrquing Cubil (sector Grau Roig), Grand Valira, Andorra
Once in Grau Roig, follow the direction of the parking lot named "Cubil", this is the road which goes downward. At the end of the parking, you'll see a beige yurt: here you go! The person in the reception will give you the necessary indications before beginning the activity.
On-site, you will meet the musher (sled driver) and get acquainted with dogs. You will live a hectic adventure, feeling the strength of the dogs and taking fully advantage of the landscape, in the middle of the snowy valley and in the middle of groves.
At the end, you can spend a favored moment with your dogs and reward them. A gratifying experience together with one of the best friends of the man.
• Qualified instructors (Catalan, Spanish, French and English speakers)
• Parking space
• All prices are subject to change without prior notice
• If the booking was made through a third party (travel agency, etc.), a voucher must be presented on arrival
• There are NO refunds on cancellations made within 24 hours of the activity time
• There are NO refunds for no-shows.
• Length: 2 km
• Minimum age: 3 years old (accompanied by an adult)
• Ski or winter clothing
• Snow gloves
• Snow or mountain boots
Kim, posted on 02-10-2020
Nice but fast
Durée : 5min
Attention la balade est rapide : on s’assoit, on se fait trainer sur 2km en 4min, un peu cher pour 110€ pr 2pers.
On apprécierait plus d’info sur les chiens, d’où viennent ils, où vivent ils ? Qui s’en occupe et comment? Que comprend le tarif payé ? Dommage..
merci quand même.
nice trip but very expensive.
We spent 4minutes on ride for 2km.
No explanations about the dogs, their lifestyles, or what about the price we pay..? Is it for their food or care ? What a pity..