Traveling with Sled Dogs

Dogtracking – it is pedestrian tourism in rough terrain, in which a man moves in a hitch with his four-legged friend. It has now become quite popular active hobby in European countries such as the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany and Italy. This kind of sport promotes better coordination and mutual understanding between the person and the dog. Dogs of any breeds can take part in the hikes, the main thing is that it should be healthy, not aggressive, and show a desire to participate in the hike.

The breed of our dogs – Alaskan Husky and Mounted Mestizos (mixture with the Norwegian driver). Walking with them is held at any time of the year.

Traveling with Sled DogsIn general, dogtracking is used by couches to maintain a good physical form of dogs during the snow-free period, which they achieve in the winter season. But, recently, such trips have become especially popular among the guests of our Center, as an unusual movement over rough terrain and direct contact of man and dog. A clear and irreproachable response of the dog to the voice commands “left”, “right”, as well as the amazing perception of these animals by human mimicry and emotions, thereby even more surprising people. In addition, the dog as a great companion, pawing and dragging in the heights, helps to go faster than a person usually walks.

Hiking with dogs for many people is a great way to break away from the city bustle, and perhaps find a true friend.
On this page we offer you several variants of tours from a two-day hike to a route for 2-3 hours. Read, be inspired.

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Tiezhnoe trip for two days

 Tiezhnoe trip for two daysAn interesting hiking trip with a sled dog on rough terrain with halts and a lodging at a warm base of the national park or in a tent on the shore of Lake Baikal in the summer.

Cost: from 11250 rubles per person

Date: summer 2017

Places:Pribaikalsky National Park

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One day of adventure

 One day of adventureActive walk with a sled dog (with a hot taiga lunch) to 30 km. In this active journey through the forest, together with your four-legged friend from our Center, you can enjoy the beauty of the forest and communication with amazing animals. Walks are held at any time of the year.

Cost: from 8000 rubles per person

Date: all year round

Places: Pribaikalsky National Park

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Dogtracking up to 3 hours

Dogtracking up to 3 hoursActive walk with a sled dog. In this small journey through the forest together in a new four-legged friend you can enjoy the beauty of the landscape and the communication with these amazing animals. Walks are held at any time of the year.

Cost: from 700 rubles per person

Date: all year round

Places: Pribaikalsky National Park

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Baikal husky

Included in the price

  • Accommodation in the Shelters Shelter (or renting a tent) for a two-day route
  • Sleeping bag for a two-day trip
  • Bath for a two-day route
  • Meals on the route
  • Rent a sled dog
  • Rent of special driving equipment
  • Instructor-riding with a sled dog
  • Windproof clothing and boots with liner
  • Payment for visiting the Baikal National Park
  • When a group of 5 or more people tents, sleeping bags and food are delivered to the special. technique in the Orphanage Shelter for a two-day route or to a glade in the version of a one-day route
  • The certificate "Baikal Kayur" with the signature and seal of the Center.

The price does not include

  • Personal things
  • Backpack for 30-40 liters.
  • Trekking Shoes
  • Transfer Irkutsk-Listvyanka-Irkutsk


  • It's good to have a small backpack (30-40 liters) for food that is evenly distributed among all the participants and your belongings (camera, camera, personal items needed on the route).
  • In the absence of their trekking shoes, we offer rubber boots with inserts.
  • When going on a two-day tour, put on a summer thermal underwear, take a spare T-shirt, replaceable light clothing, a warm jacket (flisk), a changeable lightweight shoes, a flashlight.
  • The maximum number of participants on the route is 5 human. With large groups (up to 15 people), the group is divided into 3 parts and is controlled by its cavier in each group.