If there's one thing we can always count on, it's epic snowfall in Ontario. And even if you're not actually too fond of the cold, there are so many super fun winter activities in the province that will totally make you forget about how freezing it is out there. Skating and tobogganing are a few classics, but if you're looking for a more exciting choice, then this Ontario dog ride is just the thing.\nBeing escorted through the forest with pretty much the cutest dogs ever is pretty magical, and romantic. And it's actually quite the adrenaline rush too, making this a perfect winter date idea.\nNorth Ridge Ranch in Huntsville, Muskoka has a large pack of simply gorgeous Alaskan Huskies whose strength and speed are something to really marvel at.\nOf course, half the fun comes from giving these doggos all of the pets and love they deserve.\nWith over 60 dogs on-site, there's so much cuteness for you and bae to take in when you visit the ranch. Of course, wintery Muskoka views are pretty breathtaking as well.\nSo, if you're looking for the perfect winter activity to share with your BFFs or your one true, why not give this a shot?\nView this post on Instagram Fun fact: I am German/Austrian background - so I celebrate Christmas today 🎅 Happy Holidays and I hope you enjoy some well deserved time off. Love you all. ❤️🇨🇦 Also this looks like Santa stole my camera and I’m chasing him down in a sleigh. 🤓 *zoom in* A post shared by Chris Hau (@thechrishau) on Dec 24, 2018 at 11:45am PST\nRanch owners Brad and Leah Fetterley tell Narcity that they have been operating this dog sledding business on their property since 2001, and the dogs really draw a crowd.\n"Our visitation is usually around 1500 people per winter."\nView this post on Instagram #travelwriter #travel #instatravel #travelgram #instago #passportready #travelblogger #wanderlust #ilovetravel #writetotravel #instatravelling #instavacation #travelblogger #instapassport #postcardsfromtheworld #traveldeeper #travelstroke #travelling #traveltheworld #igtravel #getaway #travelblog #instago #travelpics A post shared by Paul Glancy (@paul_glancy) on Mar 8, 2016 at 8:45pm PST\nOn your trip, you can expect a team of roughly five to eight huskies to pull you through the woods.\nEach sled can hold two people, one passenger and one driver. A guide will lead in front on their own dogsled to make sure everything runs smoothly and can take a passenger as well if you're a group of three.\nBut hang on tight. These pups can travel up to 30 kilometres per hour, though they usually keep it to about 15.\nView this post on Instagram just smiling and pretending i’m not over winter - who else is with me? 🙃 A post shared by Janik Guy (@janikguy) on Mar 4, 2019 at 11:57am PST\nView this post on Instagram made 72 new friends today A post shared by emilygabriele (@emilygabriele) on Jan 28, 2018 at 2:58pm PST\nNaturally, these powerhouse pups need some rest too.\n"Rest between rides is dependent on each dog," the Fetterleys tell Narcity. "Some dogs only run one tour a day and some dogs run both tours. Generally, there are about one to one-and-a-half hours between the time the morning tour gets back to the kennel and when the afternoon tour heads out."\nSo, prior to your ride, be sure to show the pups some love.\nWhile some dogs are timider around strangers than others, they're all very friendly and most of them love pets, according to the North Ridge Ranch website.\nView this post on Instagram Was this just a week ago 😭 #vsco #vscocam #alaskanhusky A post shared by gimmosaur (@gimmosaur) on Mar 29, 2019 at 6:02am PDT\nThere are two types of trips to choose from. A one-hour option and a half-day option. The one-hour will cost $135 while the half-day will cost $205 per person.\nSo, if you're a dog lover, a snow lover, or you just fancy finally getting that true Canadian dog sled experience, why not make this the year?\nNorth Ridge Ranch\nPrice: Starting at $135\nWhen: Tours begin on Saturday, December 14\nAddress: 1823 Williamsport Rd., Huntsville, ON\nWhy You Need To Go: You can go on a magical adventure through the Muskoka forest with the cutest team of dogs you've ever seen.\n View this post on Instagram Living my best life. 🐕🐕 #mush #dogsledding #muskoka #huntsville #northridgeranch #canada #canadian #exploreontario A post shared by Boss Lady Caitlin 🍕🍷 (@caitlinalison) on Feb 11, 2018 at 3:21pm PST\n\nWebsite\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.