dog sled

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Synonyms for dog sled

a sled pulled by dogs

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From Longyearbyen in Norway, the world's most northerly town, travelers can appreciate a dog-sled tour, where packs of eager canines pull delighted explorers through incredible landscapes.
Also, it enlightened me about what it is like to participate in a dog-sled race.
Their spiritual flocks, including Pastor Julie's flesh-and-blood flock of Shetland sheep, would compete in snowshoe, human dog-sled and sheep races, snow-sculpture competitions, Bible spelling-bees and other events.
An Inuit lady quit her US$60,000 a year job to follow her heart and operate dog-sled rides for tourists.
He designed a Web site that shows many of the dog-sled tour businesses in North America, including 11 in Colorado.
The company's modes of transportation include a small fleet of aircraft, dog-sled and skis.
Whether you're going with friends, family or for a romantic sled ride for two, a dog-sled ride in Lake Placid is an authentic Adirondack experience you won't soon forget.
This latest series begins with him boarding a luxury ocean liner for a cruise across the Caribbean, during which he joins up with the Jamaican dog-sled team, gets lost on a reef in Mexico and has a run-in with a ferocious tiger.
He begins by boarding a luxury ocean liner for a cruise across the Caribbean, during which he joins up with the Jamaican dog-sled team, gets lost on a reef in Mexico and has a run-in with a ferocious tiger.
INTREPID: Laura Bowlt and Chris Burkett will dog-sled 200km across ice for Battersea dogs and cats home.
25), the Chilly Chili Cookoff (March 3), a snow parade and fireworks and dog-sled races, winter sports equipment demos and ski races throughout the week.
They were at Mammoth with Mia's father, Andrew Mercer, especially for the dog-sled ride.
Attractions include the ceremonial start of the famed Iditarod long-distance dog-sled race each March, native art and craft shops, restaurants, pubs and Anchorage Museum of History and Art, which includes fascinating exhibits tracing Alaska's history from the earliest native settlements.
Hankies out - meet Grizzly, a character with a soft heart but a ferocious bite - as the local bear thug found out when he tried to attack a dog-sled racer in the wilds of Canada.