Cairngorm Sleddog Centre.

Situated in Aviemore, at the foot of the Cairngorm Mountain Range, The Cairngorm Sleddog Centre is unlike another other outdoor adventure you can experience in the UK.

Alan Stewart & his family offer a unique opportunity to experience the awesome thrill and power of a top class sleddog team in training for European events & Mountain expeditions. Meet our team and learn about the training and conditioning of the dogs, with spectacular views of the Cairngorm Mountains and the wildlife in the surrounding area.

The Cairngorm Sleddog Centre is the only daily working sleddog centre in the UK and one of only 5 in Europe. For more information on the Cairngorm Sleddog Centre and the work that we do with our wonderful sleddogs click the link below.

What We're Offering

Important Notice For This Season
Nov to April 2019 - 2020

What we are going to offer visitors this winter is our "Sleddog Experience"...join the kennel on our daily routine which includes a 50 minute training session on the remote forest trails the sleddogs, watch them get prepared, visit the famous Mushing Barn then join the Stewarts on a real training session ... no jolly husky ride!

The Experience uses a 6x6 side by side offroad ATV & 12 dogs ... professional training / mid distance racing in Europe & an insight into our way of life.

Booking is essential 07767270526 or e-mail

Maximum on training sledcart 6 persons £85.00 per person.

No under 12 years old/ No over 16 stones per person(100kg).
Please dress warm & waterproof.

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We've had the pleasure of working with some amazing people over the years, here's what a few of them had to say.

Bear Grylls

UK Adventures with Bear Grylls Feb 2015

We had the pleasure and privilege to have Alan provide his dog team to a project we were working on. Alan and his team have carved out an amazing and well balanced life in a tough, yet fantastic part of the world. Scotland is a rugged environment where Alan and his dog team have grown to prove that people jand dogs, can live harmoniously in and thrive.

Thanks Alan and keep going!