Val de They Wolf Pack


The Val de They 'Wolf Pack' is a team of pedigreed Siberian Huskies who compete in skijoring and dogsledding events, but also welcome the public for tourist activities.


• Husky dog hiking

Guided hike of approximately 1 hour. Using a harness made of a comfortable belt and attached lead, your trust-worthy husky partner will help tow you along a groomed and relatively flat trail.

• Dogsledding experience

Families or groups will love this dogsledding experience which includes meeting the dogs and learning to drive a sled (drivers must be 18 or older, children will participate in the activity as passengers).

Initiations are available on certain Wednesdays during the winter (see below).

1. Dogsledding initiation
Meet the dogs, and sit down on the sled for a 3km ride, learn how to harness the husky dogs and how to start/finish (handler's work). Then, enjoy some cuddling time with your new furry friends and take loads of photos to remember this great experience!

2. Introduction to mushing
Learn about the dogs, where mushing comes from, the equipment and the skills needed (approximately 20 minutes). Then take a seat on the sled for a 3km ride and learn how to drive (approximately 5 minutes per person). Learn how to harness, how to start/finish (handler's work) and cuddle your new furry friends, taking photos to remember this great experience, and have a chat to the musher.


• Husky dog hiking

In summer, hikers have two options: a short route (about 1 hour walk) or a long route (about 3 hour walk). The trail is wide and relatively flat, accessible even for children. This is an all-weather activity!

• All-mountain scooter with the pack

For this fun and sporting activity lasting about 1 hour, the person tries driving an all-mountain scooter harnessed and towed by 1 or 2 dogs. The scooters, made by Kickbike, are equipped with powerful brakes. This activity requires being able to help the dogs if necessary on the tracks.

• Quad training with the pack

Become an honorary member of our team and experience a real training session with the dogs. Guests will spend the whole day out and about, exploring the region's magnificent landscapes but, as passengers, do not need any sports skills. This activity will not take place in temperatures above 15 degrees; departure is before daybreak in all weather conditions.

See you at the Morgins stables!

Please arrive at the time chosen when you made your reservation regardless of the ZONE printed on your ticket.



• Husky dog hiking
Short tour 1h (winter + summer):
CHF 150.- package 2 people (+ CHF 50.- per additional person and CHF 40.- per additional child)
Group rates on request

Long tour 3h (summer):
CHF 100.- per person
CHF 80.- per child form 10 years old
Group rates on request

• Introduction to dogsledding (winter)
CHF 200.- flat rate for up to 4 people for 30 min.

• Introduction to mushing (winter)
CHF 350.- for a family or group of up to 6 people for 60 minutes, with educational explanations, presentation of the dogs and trial drive of a sled with 2 dogs (if weather conditions are ok).

• Skijoëring (winter)
CHF 200.- rate for up to 2 people, CHF 50.- per additional person for 60 minutes
Cross-country skiing equipment not included.

• All-mountain scooters (summer)
CHF 150.- for a package of 2 persons.
CHF 50.- per additional person.

• All-mountain scooters (winter)
CHF 200.- for a package of max. 4 persons.

• Experience quad training with the pack (summer)
CHF 100.- per person. This activity is for one person at a time.

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