Horse Sledding

Horse Sledding or Pony Sledding:

Our "Pony Express" has taken Dogsledding to the Equestrian level. Our miniature horses - with big hearts - will gallop through the mountains evoking every sensation of adventure you  are seeking from a sledding activity.

As with our "chariot" Tours - our pony's are reserved for  150 lb (approx) or less. But our ex-race horses will easily carry larger frames or couples on this Unique & Thrilling adventure

And teenagers, - we have something especially designed just for you-. From ages 12 - 16 years, our uniquely engineered sleds, allow you to drive your own pony on these exciting & fully guided tours.

Children from 6yrs (45inches/115cm min height)  and up may ride – standing on back of sled with guide.  Child must be able to stand and hold on to sled for duration of activity

All sleds are `solo` operated with drivers standing on the back (same principle as dog sledding) with the major difference being – our Pony`s `run uphill`

Balance and coordination are required for this activity.


  • The promenade  takes a minimum of 1 hr passing through private trails on  forested & lake filled lands.
  • Possibility of viewing the numerous wildlife species (Moose, Deer, Coyote, Fox etc) that inhabit our territory.
  • Upon arrival take several minutes to warm up around our cozy & central fireplace, before heading off on your adventure.
  • Minimum age 8yrs  and minimum height 45inches/115cm)required for this activity
  • Of course you will be given a simple & clear briefing - on the joys of "pony-sledding".
  • The activity includes a chance to visit one of the largest kennels in Québec & Home to over 250 "Real Siberian Huskies" - as well as a chance to say "Bonjour" to the rest of our Pony`s & Horses.
  • Please be dressed for an "outdoor activity".

Physical condition

  • Pregnant women may not participate on this activity.
  • Persons aged 65 and over or with reduced physical mobility will ride with a guide.
  • It is important to inform us of any health issue that may impair your ability to undertake this activity.