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Address: 5189 Rt 100, West Wardsboro, VT 05360
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Husky Works Mushing Co. provides dog sledding adventures in the southern...

Husky Works Mushing Co. provides dog sledding adventures in the southern Green Mtns. of Vermont. Located just minutes from Mount Snow and Stratton ski resorts. Come experience winter as never before. Be pulled by a team of Siberian huskies on the ride of a lifetime.

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A truly wonderful mushing experience with owners who are true animal lovers!

My family's experience with Husky Works Mushing Company was above and beyond what we had ever imagined. As animal lovers we were only interested in a company who had the best... read more

Reviewed 1 March 2017
tracey917
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Stony Brook, New York
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Stony Brook, New York
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Reviewed 1 March 2017

My family's experience with Husky Works Mushing Company was above and beyond what we had ever imagined. As animal lovers we were only interested in a company who had the best interest of their dogs first and foremost We positively found the right place. Laura , the owner , has 39 of the most well cared for Siberian Huskies. She... More 

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East Northport, New York
1 review
Reviewed 25 February 2017

We cannot thank Laura, Jeremy, Larry and all of the beautiful huskys more for the most incredible morning. My 11 year old son and I were completely blown away and absolutely in love with this experience. We can't wait to do it again!

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Thank lauraholden97
2 reviews
Reviewed 24 February 2017

My boyfriend and I had the best time! The owners taught us about how they care for the dogs and we learned a lot about this activity. I love how passionate the owners are about taking care of their animals and that they love what they do. The experience was very enjoyable and worth every penny. It can be pricey,... More 

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Thank Crystal D
Greenwich, Connecticut
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Reviewed 16 February 2017

I don't have enough good things to say about Husky Works. We drove up in a snowstorm and were 45 minutes late and they were so sweet when we arrived. Although they knew we were running behind, they sure didn't act like it was a bother. It was snowing about as hard as it could and they were still excited... More 

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Springfield, Massachusetts
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Reviewed 13 February 2017

When we drove up, we received a warm welcoming (not only from the owners, but from the Husky's as well!) They gave us an overview of the husky breed, dog sledding, and their history and let us hang out with some of the older retiree dogs, and then we bundled up, strapped the dogs in and headed out. They brought... More 

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Thank TheDarkTraveler3
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Reviewed 12 February 2017 via mobile

Laura, Jeremy (owners) & Larry were all awesome. Very down to Earth, knowledgable, & fun - can clearly tell they love what they do despite it being a lot of work. They have close to 40 dogs on site, all of which are beautiful, friendly and well cared for. Such a cool experience to see so many dogs doing what... More 

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Thank Carmine P
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Reviewed 10 February 2017 via mobile

A fantastic experience! We learned so much and had a beautiful and fun morning. A great way to get the family outdoors! The dogs are beautiful and even sing! We hope highly recommend going there!

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Thank Margaret K
New Haven, Connecticut
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Reviewed 29 January 2017

You don't have to go to Alaska to experience the unbelievable beauty and energy of dog sledding! Husky Works Mushing Co. is easily accessible in Vermont and Laura and Jeremy, the owners, are passionate about their love of the sport and their amazing Siberian Huskies. These dogs truly love to run and hearing their excitement as they were being hitched... More 

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Thank hydepark9698
1 review
Reviewed 28 January 2017

Getting to interact with the dogs, learning about the different personalities in the pack, and mushing with Laura and her husband are worth the 4+ hour ride to Vermont. Laura and her family's love for the all the huskies really made this an unforgettable experience for dog-lovers and casual dog appreciators alike. Stop reading and go!

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Thank Pim V
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Reviewed 6 January 2017 via mobile

The huskies here are so happy, healthy, and extremely well taken care of. The ride itself was very fun and beautiful. The owners were extremely friendly and passionate. Would highly recommend to anyone!

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