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Husky Homestead

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Denali National Park and Preserve, AK
+1 907-683-2904
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Kelly L

So fun to be able to love on and interact with the beautiful dogs!! Didn't think we ere ever going... read more

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Kelly L
via mobile
Wow! Simply Amazing!

One of the very best excursions while in Alaska! Jeff King and his crew do an amazing job! Oh the... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Terry H
Lincoln, Nebraska
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Enjoy a warm welcome and experience a true Alaskan lifestyle at Husky Homestead—home of Iditarod Champion, Jeff King. Husky Homestead is widely heralded as an authentic look into rural lifestyles based on 40 years of Alaskan adventures: from freight hauling on Denali to crossing the finish line in Nome, Alaska with a champion Iditarod team. Cuddle puppies upon arrival and share an intimate view of the Alaskan Husky as the team explodes from the dog yard and runs on our treadmill before hitting the trail for a training run. Get a behind-the-scenes look at what goes into creating a championship team and carving a life in Alaska's Interior. Hear compelling stories from the trail and see actual racing sleds, arctic survival gear and equipment used to traverse 1100 miles of Alaska's most rugged terrain. Our 2017 tour season begins May 10th and ends on September 21st. Special Note(s): Dress in warm layers. Wear comfortable walking shoes. Bring a jacket, gloves and a hat. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by parent or guardian. Outside portion of this tour is approximately 45 minutes, inside portion is approximately 45 minutes. We look forward to meeting you!
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
Denali National Park and Preserve, AK
+1 907-683-2904
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

So fun to be able to love on and interact with the beautiful dogs!! Didn't think we ere ever going to get the kids to leave!!

Thank Kelly L
Reviewed 6 days ago

One of the very best excursions while in Alaska! Jeff King and his crew do an amazing job! Oh the puppies! What a blast to socialize with the puppies!

Thank Terry H
Reviewed 1 week ago

Picked this activity because we had some time to kill before our bus ride into the park and they offered free shuttle pick-up service to our hotel. I had to "sell" my hubby on the idea of going to this attraction as he wasn't too...More

Thank ljtraveler_11
Reviewed 1 week ago

The visit to the Husky Homestead proved to be worthwhile. The bus picks you up at the main lodge of our hotel and the ride was about 20 minutes. Upon arrival we were greeted with a chance to hold 6 weeks to 6 months puppies....More

Thank Pam105
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We were the last tour, and they made us feel super special! Since it was just the 2 of us, we were very excited to sit down and talk to Jeff King 1:1 at the end of our tour. We were super excited to play...More

Thank cinike16
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Wow! Just the highlight of our 8 day Alaska-Yukon trip. From the moment you first arrive at the camp and are handed a husky puppy to the last few minutes talking with Jeff King, it's a trip you will never forget. You will see and...More

Thank Gary M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

During a recent visit to Denali NP we visited the Husky Homestead, training area and home of Jeff King, who ran the Ididerod many times and won it 4 times!! Very informative talks by trainers of the future sled dogs and a very interesting talk...More

Thank Mary136
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Last minute visit to Husky Homestead. Everyone was so friendly and welcoming. A shuttle picked us up right in front of our hotel. It was a VERY entertaining presentation. We loved it. I would highly recommend a visit to Husky Homestead.

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Thank tonin601
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I have 5 pups and loved to have the puppies in my arms. The staff and Jeff was great had a great time.

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Thank Missy H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This attraction/experience was by far my favorite/best Alaska experience. We had a wonderful time with all of the dogs and found the staff to be very welcoming and friendly as well as informative. It was exciting to meet and listen to Jeff King. Though I...More

Thank Tiger-Mouse3
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4 June 2017|
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Response from Carrie S | Property representative |
Yes! While they may not be a litter that belongs to Husky Homestead, we often welcome puppies from other mushers during our summer season. :) Our dogs are known for their friendly nature, and training begins with... More
13 December 2016|
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Response from Carrie S | Property representative |
Hello! Thank you for your interest in Husky Homestead! We encourage guests to book early to ensure that you can join us on the date and tour time that you would like. If there are any changes to your itinerary, we do... More
9 September 2016|
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Response from Carrie S | Property representative |
Hi susanshewmaker! Thank you for you interest in Husky Homestead! Yes, we do pick-up from the McKinley Chalet Resort. This time of the year we are not as busy, so booking once you arrive in Denali would be just fine... More