As a kickoff awareness event and fundraiser for the new non-profit New Hampshire Sled Dog Rescue, History and Education Center (NHSDRHEC), three Muddy Paw Sled Dog Kennel teams will attempt to summit Mount Washington via the auto road between March 7 and 9 (the most appropriate date based on weather conditions will be chosen).
Sponsors will be sought for canine athletes and mushers. In an exciting twist, two guest seats will be auctioned for the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to accompany the teams to the summit.
A dog team has not attempted to summit Mount Washington since 1932 so this event is not to be missed. NHSDRHEC is dedicated to sled rescue, northern breed education and preservation of New Hampshire dogsledding history.
Muddy Paw Sled Dog Kennel focuses on rescuing alaskan huskies in need of a home, giving them a "job for life" with the kennel. It offers a variety of dogsled rides in NH ranging from 2 to 50 miles, including dogsledding overnight trips. Guests of all ages and abilities are welcome to meet the Kennel’s rescue and second chance sled dogs, pet them, help to harness/hitch the teams and even help drive.
Located in the heart of the White Mountains in Jefferson, New Hampshire, Muddy Paw Sled Dog Kennel is just minutes by dog team (or car) to Santa's Village, 2 hours from Burlington, VT, and 45 minutes from North Conway, NH.
For more information visit Muddy Paw Sled Dog Kennel or email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 1-603-545-4533.
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