Bowland Trails Husky Experience
Scotland offers a vast range of exciting experiences, from breath-taking landscapes and grand castles to ski resorts and award-winning golf courses. One incredible and unique day out in Scotland has to be the Bowland Trails Husky Experience, which is a real treat for all the family.
Set in roughly 90 hectares of beautiful countryside, with an altitude of 250 metres, the Bowland Trails Husky Experience gives the chance to see Scotland from a very different viewpoint. Over 40 Huskies are on hand to show visitors the beautiful area and provide a unique riding experience that you will never forget.
Visiting The Bowland Trails Husky Experience
A British, European & World Championship Team of sprint racing Siberian Huskies have created the unique experience at the Bowland Trails Husky Experience. Visitors can take an exhilarating ride around the stunning 220-acre estate, and as you arrive at the home of the beautiful and majestic creatures, you will be met by the friendly family team that is responsible for looking after and training the animals.
The Huskies will be introduced so you can learn their unique traits and begin to understand what makes them such special creatures. You will then be fully kitted out with protective clothing for your passenger ride experience with the Huskies.
As you speed through the beautiful Scottish countryside, you will experience various terrains throughout the private trails. During the ride, you will stop with the Huskies for a rest and a drink at a wonderful viewing point, making a perfect photo opportunity.
About The Bowland Trails Husky Experience
Bowland Trails Husky Experience is run by a local family and is home to their 40 Siberian Huskies, three Scandinavian hounds, two Maremma sheepdogs working as Stock Guardian Dogs. There is also a farm collie, a flock of registered Hebridean sheep, a Whitebred Shorthorn bull, some rescue hens and a herd of Highland Cattle. The huge array of animals makes for a unique visitor experience to Bowland Trails, which has a rich history.
The venue has hosted many sleddog race events over the years, and the family themselves often compete in the thrilling sport.
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