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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.
This adventure includes accommodation, airport transfer, full board, Northern Lights Chase, Snowmobile and Dogsledding in magic scenery.
Two Days of Active Dog Sledding, is a winter overnight trip where you get to live the magic of the arctic wilderness. Share a sled or mush your own team of trained and friendly Alaskan Huskies.
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.
The most supreme wilderness challenge - where you get to feel a genuine expedition atmosphere, and encounter true harmony with nature.
This is a real adventure for those who crave a challenge and want to have a close encounter with the Arctic elements. You’ll experience a night in the Norwegian mountains and two full days of commanding your own team of Alaskan Huskies.
Hov Horsefarm offer horseback trips year round in Lofoten, summer and winter. Guided beach riding for children and adults Sundays in June, July and August 2013, meet up at Hov Horsefarm at 13 a.m.
A popular 4-hour trip that gives you a good insight into the Arctic forest wilds. We will teach you how to control your husky team and you will leave with a great sense of achievement after a warming camp fire, some homemade cake and tea/coffee.
Our two greatest loves are huskies and the outdoor life, so experiencing nature with a faithful four-legged friend is the best combination of both.