One-Hour Dog Sled Tour for One, Two, or Four at Deerhurst Resort (Up to 60% Off)

Huntsville

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In a Nutshell

Instructors introduce their teams of dogs, explain dogsledding commands, and embark on scenic tours along wooded trails

The Fine Print

Expires Mar 17th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. 24hr cancellation notice required. Not valid on Family Days (Feb. 16-Feb. 18). Not valid during Christmas break (Dec. 22-Jan. 4) or March break (March 9-March 16). Children must be 12 or older. Must sign waiver. Subject to weather conditions. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose from Three Options

  • $37 for a one-hour dog sled tour for one (a $75 value)

  • $69 for a one-hour dog sled tour for two (a $150 value)

  • $119 for a one-hour dog sled tour for four (a $300 value)

On a one-hour dog sled tour, instructors introduce visitors to the team of dogs, explain the commands that the dogs respond to, then embark on scenic dogsledding rides along a wooded trail. Tours depart six times daily, with six sleds per trip.

Deerhurst Resort

Spanning a majestic 760 acres of waterfront wilderness, Deerhurst Resort entertains visitors with a dazzling array of amenities and activities just two hours north of Toronto. Guests relax in homey hotel rooms with feather duvets and pillows, with the main building a 10-minute walk from the lake. By the water, visitors can lounge on the beach, compete in volleyball matches, and learn to waterski, kayak, or canoe. Fishing boat rentals allow fishermen to venture to the center of the lake, casting lines in hopes of snagging sizeable northern pike and fabled lake trout made entirely of gold.

Between May and October, golf enthusiasts rove the greens on two 18-hole courses, leisurely competing with friends or taking pointers from the golf academy's instructor, Dave Castellan. The warm weather months allow swimmers to frolic in three outdoor pools and tennis players to hit outdoor courts, including three lit courts so players can photosynthesize at all hours. Deerhurst also offers scenic pony rides for children and mountain bike rentals for cyclists looking to explore the surrounding countryside.

Indoors, visitors can rev up their adrenaline on the rock-climbing wall or sink into a blissful trance with massages and pedicures at Shizen Spa. Because of a draconian government mandate demanding that people must eat food or perish, Deerhurst's chef Rory Golden sees that the resort's five restaurants offer a diverse selection of dishes for all palates. The staff demonstrates their commitment to creating seasonal fare with locally sourced ingredients by harvesting their own herbs, honey, maple syrup, and shiitake mushrooms on the premises.

Extraordinary "bucket list" opportunities, such as skydiving and helicopter tours
Outdoor activities, from cycling to sailing