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Dog sled expedition to the Arctic sea with Engholm Husky

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Dog sled expedition to the Arctic sea together with Engholm Husky. Suitable for experienced outdoor people who looking for something special.
It is special and quite demanding to cross the mountain plateau by dogsled. The coastal weather is very changeable, from bright blue skies with the sun dazzling to horizontal snow blizzards with white all around. The tour starts from the comforts of our Engholm Husky design Lodge, Karasjok - in the heart of the Sámi culture and heads north, to our remote lodge "Stenbukt". at the Arctic sea. Daily stretches of 35 -60 km. The nights will be spent in a tent and maybe some night in cabin. You will find more information on www.engholm.no

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Dog sled expedition to the Arctic sea with Engholm Husky

Dog sled expedition to the Arctic sea with Engholm Husky

Dog sled expedition to the Arctic sea together with Engholm Husky. Suitable for experienced outdoor people who looking for something special. It is...

Dog sled expedition to the Arctic sea with Engholm Husky

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