Our dog sledding team is comprised
of six to seven Siberian Huskies and Siberian Husky
mixes. Our dogs come from shelters, rescues, and Siberian Husky breeders. Occasionally, we also have a few
visiting sled dogs. For more information
on all of our sled dogs, visit our dogs
For 2013 - 2014, have a new lead dog, Vale, and a visiting team dog, Lumos, running with the team.
News and Upcoming Events
This year's Maine
Winter Cabin Adventure is in the books! Our Maine Winter Cabin Adventure offers four days and three nights of total immersion into dog sledding based out of our cabin in Maine. If you are interested in registering for our 2015 Maine Winter Cabin Adventure, please email Catherine.
Can-Am 2014! Maryland Sled Dog Adventures is training for Can-Am Crown Sled Dog Races in Fort Kent, Maine. Sled dog dad, Eric, will hopefully be running the team in the Can-Am 30 mile race. Stay tuned for more details!
We are completely booked for our Maryland dog sledding programs for the 2013 - 2014 season. We do, however, occasionally have cancellations. Email Catherine to be placed on our 2014 - 2015 wait list. We notify individuals on our wait list should we have any cancellations. For information on how our wait list works, please vsit our FAQ page.
Sledding comes to Maryland! No snow necessary.
Welcome to Maryland Sled Dog Adventures LLC!
Come experience dog sledding (aka mushing) and sled
dogs with Maryland Sled Dog Adventures LLC
in the scenic hills of Baltimore County, Maryland.
For more information on our dog
sledding programs, visit our Tours
page. For more information about
the mushers, visit our About Us
page. For details on reservations, please visit our
We are a small micro mushing kennel of eight
Siberian Huskies and husky mixes. Maryland
Sled Dog Adventures LLC is central Maryland's
only dog sled touring operation. Maryland
Sled Dog Adventures LLC is fully insured
and is a licensed Nature Tourism provider with
the State of Maryland.
||Maryland Sled Dog Adventures
LLC specializes in dog sled rides and patch
programs in dog sledding for Girl Scouts and Boy
Scouts, and is an approved high adventure vendor
and program partner with several local Girl Scout
and Boy Scout councils, including Girls
Scouts of the Nation's Capitol, and Girl
Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania. For more information
on our dog sledding patch program for Girl Scouts
and Boy Scouts, visit
the patch program on our tours page. To see
photos from our recent Girl Scout dog sledding
programs, visit our gallery.
To read what people are saying about our programs,
visit our Bark
|Maryland Sled Dog Adventures
LLC also offers dog sled rides, dog sledding
programs on dog sledding for Girl Scouts,
Boy Scouts, 4-H clubs, educational programs on
dog sledding for home
schoolers, and church groups, mush your own
dog sled team experiences, and bikejoring, canicross and skijoring lessons.
||We also do special events involving
dog sledding including delivering Santa Claus,
birthday parties and classroom visits to schools
in the Baltimore, Maryland area. Our classroom
programs on dog sledding are particularly
appropriate for classes reading books by Robert
Blake including Akiak and Togo,
Gary Paulson's Dog Team, and Jack London's
classic Call of the Wild and classes
studying Iditarod. If you are a small school group
(10 to 20 kids), we also offer dog sledding field
trips. We've even visited local libraries with
our sled dogs. Visit our tours
page for more information or contact
us for more information.
|Got a high energy dog? Want to learn
how to mush with your own dog? Check out our unique
Run What You Brung
program on our Tours page
and try dog sledding with your own dog. Our Run
What You Brung program provides introductory sled
dog training for dogs that have not mushed before.
||So I'm sure by now you are thinking:
This is Maryland, what if there is no snow? Temperatures
permitting, even when there is no snow, we can
still go. When not running on snow, which is much
of the time here in central Maryland, we dog sled
using our three wheel and four wheel dog
sled rigs (click for picture). In mushing,
a wheeled cart used for dog sledding when there
is no snow is called a “rig” or a “gig.” Our larger
rig allows us to carry a passenger seated on dog
sledding tours and dog sled rides. The larger
rig can be seen in our dog
sledding gallery, which has pictures from
|Do you have an adventurous spirit?
Do you love dogs? Want to spend four days dog
sledding on snow through the scenic Maine
woods? If so, check out our special women's only
Maine Winter Cabin
Adventure and then email Catherine
for more information and to register. Space is
limited to only four participants.