The Guided Sled Dog Tour In Wyoming That Takes You Straight To A Relaxing Hot Spring

No matter how much we love winter, spending our days shoveling and snowshoeing to get the mail can get a little tiring. This winter, make it a point to treat yourself to a trip through the snowy woods of Bridger Teton National Forest to relax at Granite Hot Springs. Oh, and put down the snowshoes, because this is one trip you’ll want to take on a dog sled.

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You’ll want to plan your trip well in advance, as the sled dogs only go out once a day and availability is limited. Book your trip online, here. The sled dog season typically runs until April, depending on trail conditions.

If you’re looking for a less outdoorsy hot springs retreat, visit the Saratoga Hot Springs, which are accessible via car. Watching Snow Fall From This One Hot Spring Resort In Wyoming Is Basically Heaven!