A short escape from reality
The Tour Super is the ideal option for those who just want a ‘taste’ of the experience. After the first 15-20 minutes of theoretical-practical briefing, where you will learn the basic rules for safety while driving the sledge, we set off on the tour, which lasts about 40 minutes (the journey time is quite variable, as there are many factors influencing the pace and it is impossible to establish a constant speed).
The Tour Super follows a route through a magical snowy forest that accompanies us throughout the hike.
There will be breaks along the way for four main reasons: firstly the aim of this experience is not to take part in a dog sledding competition, but to experience a unique relationship with our team and with nature by having the opportunity to stop and appreciate the breathtaking views we will encounter; secondly, because we may need to catch our breath (lacking due to the altitude and physical exertion); the third reason is linked to the cleanliness of the track since our guide will take care of picking up the droppings, not to spoil the wonderful places we find ourselves in; last but not least, we may also stop to take a few photos.
Dog sledding is a sport that requires effort during the performance. Thanks to this effort, we can easily create a relationship of respect and cooperation with our cuddly friends. However, those who choose to experience this adventure must be healthy and in acceptable athletic condition; in this regard, but above all for the dog’s health, there is a weight limit of 90kg.
Children must be at least 3 years old to participate. The youngest children must be carried in the sled by the musher (instructor) who will be their guide throughout the experience. For children who aspire to drive their own sled, there are physical requirements in terms of minimum height and minimum weight, which will be clarified when booking.