A Denali Destination…Where Dogs are King!
Enjoy a warm welcome and experience a true Alaskan lifestyle at Husky Homestead, home of four-time Iditarod Champion Jeff King.
The Husky Homestead tour is widely heralded as an authentic look into rural Alaskan lifestyle based on over 40 years of Alaskan adventures: from freight hauling on Denali to crossing the finish line in Nome with a champion Iditarod team. Cuddle a puppy upon arrival and share an intimate view of the Alaskan Husky as they explode from the yard on a training run and witness their beauty in motion as they run on our 50′ treadmill. 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.
- Cuddle a puppy
- Meet champion sled dogs
- View summer training in action
- Discover and appreciate an authentic Alaskan lifestyle
- Transportation provided from most area hotels
Booking a Tour
Husky Homestead’s tour season takes place just outside the entrance to Denali National Park, Alaska, and runs from mid-May to mid-September.
Husky Homestead buses pick up our guests at Denali area hotels located between miles 229 and 239 of the Parks Highway. All guests arrive at Husky Homestead in our buses, regardless of whether or not they have private transportation during their stay in Denali. We are happy to assist you in making plans for which hotel to meet us at for pick up, just give us a call or drop us an email.
We offer three tours daily. Pick up times will vary by location. Reservations are required for our tour. Tour length is approximately 2.5 hours including transfer time. We offer a 4-hour cancellation policy for a full refund.
$59.00 / Adult
$39.00 / Children 12 and under*
Infants / free of charge
*Children age 12 and under are welcomed with an attentive parent, and will have the chance to join our staff and some puppies for a “Puppy Party” as an alternative to the 2nd half of our presentation.