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Dog Friendly Tours in Canada

Taking the dog out for a walk takes on a new meaning when you’re on vacation in Canada. After all, there are tons of sights to see, and smell, around every corner. Browse our dog friendly tours in Canada below for the scoop on self-guided walks, driving tours, and group tours that both you and your dog are sure to enjoy.

Dog Paddling Adventures

Dog Paddling Adventures offers 1-6 day hiking, canoeing, skijoring, and snowshoeing trips for dogs (and their people) in the Toronto area. The cost varies from $30 for a half-day hike to $635 for a weeklong adventure. All trips include camping accommodation, delicious meals, equipment, park permits, lifejackets and backpacks for both people and dogs, as well as the services of a wilderness guide.

Harbour Ferries

Whether it's a scenic harbour tour by boat, or a a quick trip from West Bay to Fisherman's wharf I recommend a ride on the harbour ferries. It's up to the captain and the fellow passengers if they'll take the dog, but I've never been turned down, even when traveling with a great dane and chocolate lab.

The Haunted Walk of Toronto

Ghosts and graveyards, hangings and haunts. From the old military town of York to the metropolitan city of today, discover Toronto’s ghost stories and darker history. You will never look at the city the same again. Haunted Walks Inc specializes in creating and sharing extraordinary experiences. We are best known for our award-winning evening walking tours by lantern-light of local ghost stories and darker history. Well-behaved dogs are welcome on our tours, but all dogs must remain on a leash for the duration of the tour. Dogs are regrettably not able to attend tours that frequent buildings. Please call for details, pricing, and tour schedule.

Hell's Gate Airtram

Drive the Scenic Fraser Canyon with its? 7 mountain tunnels into the historic heart of British Columbia and visit the biggest ?rush? on the Gold Rush Trail. You can see this place for yourself as you exchange mountain ranges aboard one of the only descending gondolas in North America. These aerial trams will give you a birds? eye view of this historic landmark where 200 million gallons of water per minute thunder through this 33 metre wide passage. ?We had to travel where no human being should venture for surely we have encountered the gates of hell?. ? Simon Fraser, 1808. You will witness firsthand what these words really meant to this early explorer. Facilities include: Simon?s Cafe, Gold Panner Gift Shop, Education Centre, Fudge Factory, Gold Panning, Simon?s Wall, Observation Decks & Suspension Bridge.
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