Wild winter companions
Alaskan malamutes and Siberian huskies are born to run in the snow. Climb aboard a dogsled and your canine companions will help you cover long distances in sub-zero temperatures.
Icelandic horses thrive in the chill of winter. Their thick hair keeps them warm in the snow, making them the perfect companions for tours of frozen forests.
Camels might be at home in the heat of the desert, but they’re trusty companions in the winter too. Visit the Sahara in winter for a rare chance to see desert snow.
Hardy and sure-footed, mules accompany travellers as the winter sun sets over the snowy Grand Canyon. Spot eagles soaring through a sky glowing in shades of blue, purple and white.
These South American animals have soft, thick coats that easily resist the chill of winter. When temperatures drop they help to carry the load as travellers trek through the snow.