We were one of two couples to do the winter day scenic mushing. The location is beautiful, up on a ridge in the forest. We found that it was not as difficult to locate as their website suggests. The directions were very detailed and easy to follow. If this were a night tour, on the other hand, it might be a bit more difficult to navigate. The location is certainly off the grid. Once there, it was an immersive dog experience -- learning about them, playing with them, having them jump all over us. The dogs are excited and friendly, and weigh about 40 to 60 pounds, so you are not getting pummeled by some huge husky. But if you don't like dogs, this is not the tour for you. Each couple had one person sitting in the front sled and one person standing on the rear tag-sled, which gives a reasonable feeling of what it is like to actually mush. The tag-sled set-up makes this tour worth it on its own -- it is so much better than just sitting. The trail on which the mushing takes place is lovely. Our one negative is that the actual sledding is fairly short. The majority of the time is learning about, meeting, harnessing and unharnessing the dogs rather than going out on the trail.