We enjoyed a stunning show of fall colours the past few weeks and now as the leaves start to fall we are really gearing up for winter.
Brisk morning air, happy & howling dogs…Brad is out on the trails working hard to make sure the trails are better than ever this winter!
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We are CLOSED to visitors till winter.
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Public Health Update:
Covid-19 has shaken all of our daily norms and forced us to look at what we do and how we do it with our own and others health in the forefront. The transition to this mindset has not been easy, but is essential to the new realities of the world.
Dogsledding at North Ridge Ranch is a fresh air experience that is enjoyed in small group numbers, where social distancing can be done. We think it is a best case scenario for getting families and small groups of friends that love dogs, being outside, active and enjoying the beauty that Muskoka has to offer.
After reviewing numerous Health & Safety Guidelines from multiple sources across the province and country we have addressed this health crisis with the following protocols:
Please note that our protocols are subject to change at any time.
The winter of 2020/21 will be our first time operating with Covid-19 protocols, so please be patient with us. If you notice anything or have any feedback for us around what we are doing, please kindly let us know what we should consider to improve.
Thank you and please be kind and patient with each other. GET OUTDOORS!
Brad, Leah & Brea
Welcome to North Ridge Ranch. We are very happy you stopped by and hope that we can share the magic and adventure of dog sledding with you in Muskoka. Huntsville, Ontario is where we call home and have had our kennel for over 15 years. Owners and Operators Brad & Leah Fetterley and over 60 amazing Alaskan Huskies make up a dynamic team that are excited to take you on an unforgettable dog sled tour through the wilds of Muskoka.