These trails would be good for kicksledders or skate skiers. Much of the trail has on-leash requirements, which kicksledders and skijorers fulfill. There is a hilly spot where we have to be careful, but it is a good trail for the most part.
Anyone is welcome to make suggestions for Pull and Play times and/or locations. We welcome your feedback. We want to be able to include as many members in the Pull and Play Meetups as possible.
This Meetup group is for anyone interested in enjoying the sport of Kicksledding. Skijorers are welcome, too! We have so much fun and want to share our passion with you! We will show you how to teach your dog to pull so you can participate in Kicksledding, Skijoring, Bikejoring, Scootering or Carting. As well as putting on Clinics, we also sell any and all equipment required for these sports.
If anyone is having trouble contacting us through the meetup, you can email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. For those of you attending clinics, you will need to email us or send us your email address in order for us to be able to send you the required registration forms. And everyone please remember to keep Marty's (780-271-8085) or Brenda's (780-918-9808) cellphone number handy and pass yours along to us as well, in order that we can keep in touch for last minute changes or for anyone who is directionally challenged (in case you get lost : ) ) Also, please "Like" us on Facebook -- Trail Dogs Canada Inc. -- so that you can share your passion with your friends.