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Dog sledding in Sirdal

Dog sledding in Sirdal Photo: sirdal.no
Dog sledding in Sirdal Photo: sirdal.no
Are you looking for an extraordinary winter adventure? Imagine steering you own dog sledge into the wilderness.

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We certainly do not know a better way of escaping from the busy city life!

Tour options 2011/2012:

1) Ring trail around Sirdal Husky Farm. Suitable for families, a light meal incl. Total duration: 3 hrs. Price: nok 500 per person (children 4-10 yrs half price).

2) Day trip for 3 - 5 persons. The trail and destination is chosen dependent on the weather and snow conditions. The trip is concluded by a light meal at Sirdal Husky Farm. Price: nok 2000 per person.

3) Day trip for 3 - 5 persons. Concluded with woodfired sauna and hot tubs, in additional to a three couse dinner at Sirdal Husky Farm. Price: nok 2750 per person.

4) Dog sledging incl. 1-3 nights accomodation in a tent or cabin. Suitable for 3 - 5 persons. Price: starting at nok 3250 per person.

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We certainly do not know a better way of escaping from the busy city life! Tour options 2011/2012: 1) Ring trail around Sirdal Husky Farm. Suitable...

Dog sledding in Sirdal

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