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All reviews a great experience klondike highway the real deal dog sledding yukon quest sled ride the owner an hour tour company private tour cruise stop great stop a small gift shop her husband iditarod race mushers camp worth a stop
We booked this thru a tour company not the cruise line which worked out well! The shuttle was at port. The drive out to the camp was a highlight-we stopped at several points on our way home and the wild blueberries were a bonus. It’s...More
During a cruise stop in Skagway, Alaska, we decided to rent a car and drive up the Klondike Hwy. Since my wife is a major dog lover, I decided to surprise her by stopping her for some dog sledding. She was in heaven with all...More
Thank Don G
Tagish1, Owner at Tagish Lake Kennel, responded to this reviewResponded 13 September 2018
Thanks so much for stopping! We are glad you enjoyed your visit and we hope you come back for another visit! Happy Trails!
This was a great experience. To see the equipment used for dogsled racing, being among the dogs and listening to a description of race preparation from a musher made the actual dogsled ride that much more fun and exciting. Also take the time to visit...More
We took a tour with amazing friendly mushers Ed and Michelle in summer. So it was located at their summer business Tutshi Sleddog tours. The surrounding is really beautiful. You get all the nice mountain views. You can cuddle with puppies and then take a...More
Thank Petra S
Tagish1, Owner at Tagish Lake Kennel, responded to this reviewResponded 16 August 2018
Thank you so much for visiting! We are so glad you felt that way! Please come back and visit again!
We visited the kennel as a part of our tour from Skagway. We played with the puppies and did the gold panning. We loved the puppies so much! * Warning * You will want to take them all home with you!! The gold panning was...More
Tagish1, Owner at Tagish Lake Kennel, responded to this reviewResponded 5 July 2018
Thanks for your visit! We hope you come back again! Happy Trails!
A wonderful visit with Michelle Phillips. She not only gave us the expected sled ride but also explained all of the aspects of training and racing her dogs. She was so friendly, it made it a special experience. Not like the big tour bus run...More
Tagish1, Owner at Tagish Lake Kennel, responded to this reviewResponded 30 June 2018
So glad you enjoyed your visit! Thanks for stopping and supporting us. Happy Trails!
My niece did her research & chose Tagish primarily due to how well the dogs are treated. This was very important to her. We loved seeing all the puppies & other dogs as well as the racing dogs. The ride along the trail was fun...More
Tagish1, Owner at Tagish Lake Kennel, responded to this reviewResponded 26 June 2018
Thank you so much for your visit. I am so glad you came away with the understanding of how much we love and respect our animals. That makes me super happy! Thanks for the best wishes! Happy Trails to you!
What a great experience to meet Michelle and her all girl team, I arranged the trip privately but we came from the cruise liner Norwegian Jewel. Thanks for giving us a incite into your life and the Yukon Quest. Michelle, I grabbed your book "1000...More
The Kennel is Tagish. I'm guessing that Tutshi is probably some tour operator. We were on a cruise with my family. My sister chartered a bus that took us to the Yukon territory. Tagish was one of the stops that we requested... More
The Kennel is Tagish. I'm guessing that Tutshi is probably some tour operator. We were on a cruise with my family. My sister chartered a bus that took us to the Yukon territory. Tagish was one of the stops that we requested, so they were expecting us. However, while we were there, I noticed that they welcomed people without reservations.