We reserved 3 hours of snowmobiling and 1 hour of dogsledding, plus a van picked us up and took us back to Chateau Frontenac. Snowmobiling was a lot of fun. The scenery was breathtaking. After we finished snowmobiling, about an hour later, we went dogsledding. We had experienced dogsledding previously in Huntsville, Ontario where the landscape was mostly flat. Here there was a lot of hills and dogs simply couldn't pull the sled uphill. My husband had to run and push the first half of our ride and I thought he would have a heart attack. I had to get out of the sled a couple of times going uphill. We simply weren't prepared for that kind of dogsledding. We switched for the second half and the trail got a bit better. I still had to push the sled a few times because there is no way the dogs could pull it by themselves. Overall it wasn't bad, but they should warn people that they would have to run with the dogs. Dogsledding in Ontario was way better. Almost forgot - be careful with their space heaters. There was one in the changing room right next to a bench. Our friend didn't notice this little heater and put his jacket on the bench. The jacket caught on fire. An employee noticed it burning, picked it up quickly and brought it to us. She made it look like it was entirely our fault. They should put big warnings next to these heaters. Also, if you want to buy your dogsledding pictures, make sure you ask for them right away. We figured it out a bit late when our ride was already waiting outside and had to wait for 20 minutes for 11 pictures to download. The computer they have there is very very old and slow. I regretted I didn't have my flash drive with me. I have to say that all the people were very nice and friendly. The place is very popular considering a huge crowd that showed up in the afternoon.
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