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Longyearbyen

Lodge dogsled-Spitsbergen Travel

Hushed paws against the unscathed snow This three day expedition will give you a uniquely Arctic experience; travelling through the endless white in total silence.The eager polar dogs will drag the sleds loyally through Spitsbergen’s amazing valleys, up narrow river paths and over soft, snow covered plains.

GIMSØYSAND

Lofoten by Horse - Horsebackriding on Icelandic Horses in Lofoten

A wonderful experience for one and all! We ride along sandy beaches, past ancient remnants from the Viking Age, up to Storhaugen Hill with its magnificent view, continue to the small fishing harbor Hovsund. We adapt horses, speed to the rider's own level. When: All year round Who: Beginners and experienced riders, individuals or groups Price: NOK 550 per person. Min. 2 participants Duration: about 1,5 hours.

Røros

Rørosrein

At walking distance from the centre of Røros, we offer reindeer sled tours, as well as leading, feeding and lassoing the reindeer. You can even join...

Tønsberg

Jarlsberg Derby

Jarlsberg is one of Europe's record holders. Races every Friday at 6 pm. The highlight of the year is the international Grand Prix Event in July. A gre...

Uvdal

Uvdal Aktivitetsgård

Uvdal Activity Farm is situated in beautiful surroundings, and has the Hardangervidda National Park right next door. On our farm there are horses for t...

Oslo

EKT Riding school and visitors' farm

The visitors' farm where the animals roam free - a unique place for animal lovers of all ages. EKT Riding School and Visitors' Farm is located at Ekebe...

Bøverdalen

Horse back riding, Raubergstulen

At Raubergstulen you can experience the magnificent nature near Galdhøpiggen on horseback.

Tromsø

One day of Active Dog Sledding - Active Tromsø

A full day of Active Dog Sledding, starting out from our base camp into a fairytale arctic wilderness, only 35 minutes outside the city of Tromsø. Share a sled or mush your own sled, pulled by a happy team of trained Alaskan Huskies.
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