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You are welcome to visit the renowned and most experienced breeder of the Lyngen Horse in Tromsø. We have breeding mares, foals, virile stallions and playful youngsters who will be most happy to show you how they are a living proof of Northern Norwegian culture and history.
You are welcome to visit the renowned and most experienced breeder of the Lyngen Horse in Tromsø.
Our photo knowledgeable guide will help you with your camera, and guide you so you can take great pictures to bring back home.
Explore the Lyngen Alps on horseback. We offer you the possibility to ride the local Lyngs horse, a sturdy horse or another suitable breed, and take you comfortably and safely along one of the many trails found in the area.
A week to enjoy the best of Lyngen – on a horseback, by foot, driving around to see the midnight sun and try your fish luck. You will stay in a cabin, made of timber that looks like an old Viking house. Most of the food we serve is made from local farmers or caught in the Lyngenfjord.
We want to invite you to experience an exciting Lyngen summer!
A luxurious Katamaran (45 foot Lagoon Sailingyacht, flybridge, two Saloons) will serve as accomodation for the 3 days. With departure from Tromsø, you will sail to the fascinating Alparea, the Lyngenalps.
The ultimate dog sled experience for the adventures.
For a real arctic adventure, it would be difficult to beat driving your own team of dogs as you steer them across the unspoilt wildernes of Lyngen Alps.
One of Tromsø Villmarkssenter’s main ambitions is is participating in the "Finnmarksløpet", Europe’s longest dogsled race (1000 km). Training of both dogs and people throughout the year is essential and summer is the time for new puppies to try their hand at teamwork.
Join Tromsø's most experienced provider of Sami culture on a day trip to the island of Kvaløya for some nice scenery, exotic reindeer sledding (30 min) with lasso throwing as part of your introduction to Sami culture.
Reindeer sledding is the oldest form of transport in the north, and an ancient part of Sami culture.