Join us on a 7-day extensive learning trip just for gals! This trip will take mushers from Cantwell to the lodge on the famed Denali Highway.
This popular trip is back with two trips planned. We like to keep the groups small, so we have maximum of 6 mushers per trip. Learn how to mush your own team and meet some of the 1000-mile canine athletes. No prior mushing experience is necessary but you must be active and relatively fit.
Four Expert Human Guides
Learn to mush and travel through the remote Alaska Range led by exceptionally accomplished, professional, and experienced guides. Safety and fun are the top priorities with a ratio of FOUR guides to six guests.
Paige Drobny – From Cantwell, Alaska, Paige is a top-10 Iditarod and Yukon Quest musher as well as a recipient of the Vet’s Choice Award. Paige has completed many Iditarod, Yukon Quest, and mid-distance races throughout Alaska and Canada. She has TWO masters degrees- one in fisheries and one in business administration- making her one of the most educated poop-scoopers in the sport of mushing. Paige has her Wilderness First Responder Certification.
Ryne Olson – From Two Rivers, Alaska, Ryne is a multiple-time Iditarod and Yukon Quest finisher as well as the Copper Basin 300 Champion and recipient of the Vet’s Choice Award. Ryne has a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Ryne co-owns a herd of reindeer for tourism, education, and packing. When not exploring remote corners of Alaska by dog team or with reindeer, Ryne is also a private pilot and escapes to the wilderness by air.
May Rose Huntley – From Denali, Alaska, May Rose is a professional yoga instructor for over eight years with a Masters Degree in Education from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. She’s a “Jill of all trades” with experiences in mushing, cross-country cycling, hunting, and the culinary arts. She facilities daily yoga whether it be on the sled, at camp in the snow, or snuggled at a lodge. May Rose has her Wilderness First Responder Certification.