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Dog Sledding with Sami dinner - Evening – Tromsø Villmarkssenter

Dog Sledding with Sami dinner - Evening – Tromsø Villmarkssenter Photo: Lars Petter Skillstad © Tromsø Villmarkssenter Dog Sledding with Sami dinner - Evening – Tromsø Villmarkssenter Photo: Lars-Petter Skillstad (c) Tromsø Villmarkssenter Dog Sledding with Sami dinner - Evening – Tromsø Villmarkssenter Photo: Tromsø Villmarkssenter Dog Sledding with Sami dinner - Evening – Tromsø Villmarkssenter Photo: Tromsø Villmarkssenter Dog Sledding with Sami dinner - Evening – Tromsø Villmarkssenter Photo: Tromsø Villmarkssenter Dog Sledding with Sami dinner - Evening – Tromsø Villmarkssenter Photo: Tromsø Villmarkssenter Dog Sledding with Sami dinner - Evening – Tromsø Villmarkssenter Photo: Tromsø Villmarkssenter
Dog Sledding with Sami dinner - Evening – Tromsø Villmarkssenter Photo: Lars Petter Skillstad © Tromsø Villmarkssenter
Dog Sledding with Sami dinner - Evening – Tromsø Villmarkssenter Photo: Lars-Petter Skillstad (c) Tromsø Villmarkssenter
Dog Sledding with Sami dinner - Evening – Tromsø Villmarkssenter Photo: Tromsø Villmarkssenter
Dog Sledding with Sami dinner - Evening – Tromsø Villmarkssenter Photo: Tromsø Villmarkssenter
Dog Sledding with Sami dinner - Evening – Tromsø Villmarkssenter Photo: Tromsø Villmarkssenter
Dog Sledding with Sami dinner - Evening – Tromsø Villmarkssenter Photo: Tromsø Villmarkssenter
Dog Sledding with Sami dinner - Evening – Tromsø Villmarkssenter Photo: Tromsø Villmarkssenter
Dogsledding in the winter night can be a magical experience whether the moon or the green shimmer of Aurora Borealis lights the mountains. Guided by headlamps and the dog’s nose, we safely take you up into the mountains where hopefully the northern lights will dance for us.

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Dogsledding in the winter night can be a magical experience whether the moon or the green shimmer of Aurora Borealis lights the mountains. Guided by headlamps and the dog’s nose, we safely take you up into the mountains where hopefully the northern lights will dance for us.

With about one hour of dogsledding you also get to meet our 350 four-legged friends up close and spend some time with the puppies. After the trip, we gather around the fire and serve our hearty meal of Bidos, prepared with reindeer meat, broth and vegetables to warm you up again.

NB: If you wish to drive you own sled let us know when you book, but if the weather/snow conditions are bad you may have to sit in the sled driven by one of our guides.

Included: Guiding in the dog yard, transport (25 min each way), dog sledding (1 hour), dinner, outdoor clothes and boots
Duration: 4 hours
Number of participants: 2-15
Level of difficulty: Easy / family

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  • Riding & Sledging Riding & Sledging

Hours

Where:Radisson Blu Hotell Tromsø
11/1/2015 - 3/25/2016
Mon - Sun
6:15 PM - 10:15 PM

Facilities

  • General facilities

    • food/refreshments
    • duration (4 timer/4 hours/4 Stunden)
  • Activities

    • guided trips
    • dog sledge driving
  • Nature and terrain

    • nature
  • Grading

    • easy
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Dog Sledding with Sami dinner - Evening – Tromsø Villmarkssenter

Dogsledding in the winter night can be a magical experience whether the moon or the green shimmer of Aurora Borealis lights the mountains. Guided by he...

Dog Sledding with Sami dinner - Evening – Tromsø Villmarkssenter

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