Cold Fire Creek Dogsledding has been providing Jasper National Park and the Robson Valley with their unique winter adventures since 1998. Because such winter activities as dog sledding are not currently permitted in the Parks, enthusiasts have to travel outside their boundaries in order to participate. The 120km drive from Jasper is very scenic. You will have the opportunity to see Mount Robson – highest peak in the Canadian Rockies and possibly even a moose, lynx or pack of wolves near Moose Lake along your way.

Instructions from Jasper, Alberta

We are situated 120kms from Jasper. From Jasper, head West on Hwy 16 towards Kamloops. 90kms down the road you will see Mt. Robson – highest peak in the Canadian Rockies. 13kms from there you will pass a weigh scale on the left. Immediately after you will be at a junction. You want to keep right and continue on Hwy 16 west towards McBride/Prince George. 15kms past the junction you will see Terracana Resort on the left. GO SLOW! You are real close. 1.5kms ahead the Hwy will continue down a steep hill and over a bridge. Immediately after the bridge, at the bottom of the hill, on the right hand side is the Small River Rest Area. Pull in the rest area and follow creek 0.5kms to our parking lot. We will be there getting ready for your tour.

Cold Fire Creek Dogsledding

GPS Coordinates: N 53 03' 26.2" W 119 36' 50.1" 
Phone: 250.968.6808
Toll Free: 1.877.295.8505 (North America)
Fax: 250.968 6807