Wilderness, Rest, Back to Nature...
Dog mushing can be the greatest adventure of all time. Tired of the hustle and bustle of every day life?? At Wild 'n' Rest we offer a variety of year-round adventure with plenty of time to rest and enjoy the breath taking scenery.
Located on the Annie Lake Road just 40 km south of Whitehorse, Yukon. Wild 'n' Rest offers all-inclusive packaging in sled dog and sport fishing adventures.
Experiencing the magnificent scenery of the Yukon by dog sled is both exhilarating and breathtaking. At Wild 'n' Rest we offer the natural wilderness of the Yukon with time to stop and rest to enjoy what is before you. Along with our experienced guide, you will travel the Yukon. Our teams of Alaskan Huskies have been specially bred over generations to produce a dog built for strength, endurance, and performance. They are treated humanely and with utmost respect and we ask you to do the same. Sled dogs are special athletes. With positive reinforcement and encouragement they remain happy, and enjoy this traditional mode of transportation with you. Let our spectacular Northern Lights captivate you!
Our winter schedule begins November 15 and runs through to March 31. You will be picked up at the airport and taken to our location on the Annie Lake Road. Enjoy staying in your own log cabin nestled in the woods. Sit on the deck and view the mountains and beautiful scenery. Taste our delicious northern cuisine.
A chance to try something different...
Travel on a traditional mode of transportation--Dog Sled! The quietness of the winter around you, mountains in the foreground, the soft flow of your dog team's feet gliding smoothly over the white snow... Experience the thrill of driving your own sled dog team through the Yukon's most spectacular scenery. A sled dog adventure offers an unmatched opportunity to experience the wilderness in its natural state. Grasp the opportunity to view wildlife such as moose, fox, coyote, wolves, caribou and rabbits, to name a few.
We are a member of the Tourism Industry of the Yukon (TIA), the Wilderness Tourism Association of the Yukon (WTAY) and hold a wilderness first aid certificate.
P.O. Box 10361, Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada Y1A 7A1