Hoarfrost River Huskies Ltd.
Join us on a dogteam trip between November-May. All participants drive their own sleds. Five to ten days on the trail and one to four people in a group. All trips are custom made to suit your abilities and group size.
Join us for a flightseeing trip or use our air charter services. We operate an air charter company with two small bush planes on floats, skis, and tundra tires and can customize all sorts of fly-in outdoor adventures and flight seeing tours of the north. For adventurous guests, take an dogteam expedition from our homestead to the tundra. Our dogteam trips are remote, rigorous, yet comfortable excursions.
Our base is located on the northeast tip of Great Slave Lake, 165 air miles from Yellowknife and 210 miles by lake from the nearest road access. Our family of four has lived here year-round since 1987.
We operate an air charter company with two small bush planes on floats, skis, and tundra tires and can customize all sorts of fly-in outdoor adventures and flight seeing tours of the north. We frequently serve as base camp for researchers, geologists, writers, photographers, and historians. We are ready to fly you where you need to go, winter, spring, summer or autumn.
Both the Aviat Husky and the Found Bush Hawk are perfect for flightseeing. The Husky holds one passenger and is known for going low and slow, and with the option to open a window or door it is perfect for photography. The Bush Hawk holds up to three passengers for flightseeing. The large windows and lack of wing struts on the aircraft make for a beautiful, clear view of the area you are flying over.
Let us know where you want to go and we can take you. Our base is located at the northeast tip of Great Slave Lake.