Say hallo to a bunch of huskies
Season: 1 November to 9th December. (After 9th December dogsledding will be sold only in combination with visit to the ice domes)
Departure: 10.30am from Clarion Edge Hotel. please meet 10 min before your departure
Duration: 7 hours tour | 90 min. dog sledding
Capacity: Small groups 2-16 persons
*Please note the 2 hour transfer time to the dogyard. The location is far away to get you into the untouched nature.
Price: 1.850,- NOK P.P.
Dog sledding is a tradition of travel in the Arctic. Our dog sledding consist of a musher, a sled and Alaskan huskies. It´s an adventurous activity for your Arctic holiday in Tromsø. We love doing this and want to share the amazing feeling of leading a dog sled with happy and strong Alaskan huskies. From our kennel we slide into the snow-covered highlands of Kvaløya, between trees and over hills.
If we are lucky – the Northern Lights will dance on the sky above us on the late evening tour. For the really passionate polar adventurer we also offer a 7- days Dog Sledding Expedition in the beginning of May 2018.
You don´t need any experience because our guides will give you all the equitment you need, teach you how to use the sled and then into the wild we go. We will pick you up with our mini-bus in Tromsø city and drive you back after the tour.
For all departures, pick-up at Scandic Ishavshotell in Tromsø. Please meet up 10 min before your departure. Our driver and mini bus will meet you in front of the hotel
Dog sledding with our Alaskan huskies is an active experience. The sled team consist of two and two people on one sled sharing a team of dogs. Alaskan huskies love to run and together with the team you have to help and push on parts of the tour. Team work is essential in dog sledding.
Because of the activity level, we do not recommend dog sledding for people with physical disabilities, back problems, pelvic problems or for pregnant women past five months. Due to safety reasons the lowest age for participants are 7 years.
If you have any additional questions, do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to hearing from you.
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