Our most popular experience combines dog sledding with a horse-drawn sleigh ride! Learn to drive the sled and socialize with the dogs.
Join our draft horses for a relaxing and beautiful sleigh ride through the wintry landscape of Duluth!
Duration: 40-45 minutes
Meeting Location: 4757 Datka Road, Duluth, 55803.
- Private Group (Up to 5 People)
- Private Group (Up to 8 People)
Fun Sleigh Rides in Duluth, MN
Enhance your Northwoods adventure with a traditional sleigh or wagonette ride! Our gentle Percheron horses, Sid and Ice, will pull you on our exclusive wagonette or sleigh with black velvet cushions and cozy blankets. The wagonette seats six to eight people comfortably in the back and our sleigh seats four adults comfortably in the back. Children can ride on laps, or up front with the driver! Better yet, consider the ultimate winter experience: a horse-drawn sleigh ride and dog sled tour, exclusive to Positive Energy Outdoors!
We offer rides year-round, including a fall colors wagonette ride, kennel tour and horse logging equipment demonstration. Our sleigh season runs from mid-December through mid-March. We are located over the hill from Duluth, where there is more snow than near Lake Superior. Please call us directly if you have questions about snow conditions.
Sleigh and wagon rides are available onsite or we can come to you. We are leaders in hands-on draft horse educational programs for all ages and offer half- or full-day driving clinics, draft horse day camps for youth in grades 2-8, as well as horse logging demonstrations, instruction and services.
Please note that those under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian sign a Waiver Form for them. Those under 16 years old must have a parent or guardian sign the waiver and be accompanied by an adult 21 or older.
Boots or mukluks with a removable liner (rental boots available), long underwear layer, fleece/wool pants or snow pants (avoid wearing cotton), a fleece top or wool sweater, parka, neck gaiter or scarf, warm hat that covers your ears, thin liner gloves, waterproof/windproof mittens that fit over your liner gloves, one layer of thick wool socks.
:Signed waiver, camera in a water-resistant case, sunscreen, sunglasses or ski goggles.