Welcome To Eden Ethical Dogsledding Home of the Un-Chained Gang
Eden Ethical Dog Sledding offers educational dogsledding adventures for couples and families - Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall!
Our goal is to provide a healthy, happy home for our dogs while giving guests of all ages a hands-on, educational, lifetime experience. Step into the world of true dog-pack dynamics
Our dogs, The UN-Chained Gang, are raised free-range and never chained! We have created a one of a kind working dog environment where respect for the dogs, public education and appreciation of their contributions to society are emphasized. Our incredible Alaskan huskies are joyful, intelligent and love people!!! They also LOVE to cuddle, play and help you learn to harness and hitch them into a team--and of course they are ecstatic to take you sledding on snow in winter or on wheels in the warm months!
Eden Ethical Dog Sled Tours are personalized and include learning to put together a dog team, harnessing and hitching the dogs to the sled and touring along our 15 kilometer network of specially designed and groomed trails. Enjoy taking in the peaceful woodlands, meadows and spectacular views of the Lowell Mountain Range. You'll also enjoy our comfortable education center, where you can learn about sledding and relax with complimentary refreshments; our exclusive Cabin Stop where you can warm up with hot chocolate and cuddle with the dogs; and summertime visits to the pond, where you can romp with the dogs as they swim and play while cooling off.
Our high elevation, micro-climate location - situated in the most reliable snowbelt in Vermont - guarantees snow when other a areas are thawing or bare.
Your host Jim Blair is an International and National champion Sprint Sled Dog and Skijor Racing champion. He and a crew of experienced mushers put safety and fun first.
Because we see dog sledding as such a life changing activity we hope to extend the opportunity to interact with our dogs to more people by becoming an educational non-profit serving youth and those with special needs.