Training Trails -
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Blackfoot Recreational Area, 40 minutes east of Edmonton.
There are specially designated trails for mushers, kept nicely groomed and has a variety of trail loops ranging from 1km to 33km. Trails can be mixed and matched to give the desired distance. Great for any musher's needs.
Check the website for more information: http://www.dotheblackfoot.ca/
The Houston race trail is open for training. Trail distances are 4 miles, 6 miles and 9.5 miles. For further details, contact Steve Rooke.
The trails are open all winter for running dogs and will be groomed regularly. These trails would be an excellent place to stop and run dogs for people heading north to Alaska. The trails are 10-12 ft wide and have rolling hills through a spruce forest. Mushers should not encounter any snowmobilers as is it is closed to snowmobiling, except for trail grooming.
Algonquin Provincial Park
Three sled dog trails. Miles of ideal wilderness training trails with interior camping opportunities.
For more details, please see our web page: www.mush-quebec.com
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