Husky Trekking

  • Season: 1. June – 9. September 2020: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays
  • Included:  guiding, transfer (25 min. each way), rain clothes and boots, hot lunch
  • Price: Adult: 1040 NOK
    Student/Youth (13-17): 936 NOK
    Child (4-12): 520 NOK
  • Meeting time/point: 09:15 in front of the Radisson Blu Hotel
  • Departure/Return: 9:30/14:00
  • Duration: 4.5 hours
  • Moderate difficulty: If traveling with children, please inform us of their age.
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If you love dogs and the life outdoors, experiencing the arctic nature with a four-legged hiking buddy is an absolute must-do!

Trekking is more than just another outdoor activity. It is a great way to clear your head and put things in perspective. Be it out on the trails with happy huskies as your companions, walking through sunlit birch woods or having lunch around a campfire – while trekking you can enjoy untouched nature, immerse yourself at the moment and recharge your batteries. Follow us into the wilderness and experience it for yourself!

Upon arrival at our center, you will receive rubber boots and rain clothes if necessary. And then we are off! Our guide will take you and some of our energetic huskies out on a hike through the arctic wilderness surrounding our center. We usually do not give a dog to each guest, as our dogs are strong and trained to pull – most guests are happy to rotate handling them. Be prepared for some exercise!

To restore your strength, we will have a campfire lunch on the trail (if the weather permits). A hot portion of Bacalao, a traditional Norwegian fish dish made from locally sourced ingredients, and a piece of our signature chocolate cake for dessert. A vegetarian option is available upon preliminary request.

After 1.5 – 2 hours hike and lunch, our guide will give you a tour of our dog yard and tell you all about our center, our life with the dogs, and dog sled racing. Of course, you will also have the opportunity to cuddle and play with our puppies!

Moderate Difficulty: All participants must be able to trek uneven terrain while handling a dog. Small children and infants can participate if parents can carry them.