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Langedrag Wildlife park

The houses at Langedrag are situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty. They look like fairytale castles, 1000 metres above sea level with a bre...


Hunting the Northern Lights from a Dog sled in the Lyngen Alps – Tour in Lyngenalps

Experience a real Arctic adventure when you run your own dog team in the Lyngen Alps. You can now do this trip in the evenings while you experience the magical light here in the north.


Dog sledding near Hovden

Experience nature in a new and exciting way. Learn how to manage your own dog sled team. Haukeli Husky offers dog sledding from Tjønndalen in Arabyg...


MAD Husky Tours Summer activities

Kennel Visit MAD Husky Tours Kennel Visits are a great way to meet the musher and the race dogs of Mel Andrews. A guided tour of the kennel introduces...


Visit Green Dog Yard

Visit a dog yard! Here at Svalbard lives more than 700 dogs - come and meet 150 of them!

Nedre Heidal

Øien Øvre Equestrian Centre

We offer equestrian activities in summer and winter. In winter we go sleigh riding or horse riding in the forest. In summer we’re based at Høgsetra mountain farm in Heidal and offer half-day, full-day and overnight horse-riding trips.


Well lit trail at Rykene near Arendal

The well lit trail at Rykene is 2,5 km long. It starts at the sports stadion in Rykene and is looked after by the local sports club Rygene IL.



We work together with the Venabu stable and are able to offer horseback riding through the summer and autumn.


Well lit trail at Kjenna on isle of Tromøy

2,2 km long and well lit trail at Kjenna on the isle of Tromøy. Drive in the direction of Skilsø on Tromøy and then follow the sign to Kjenna.


Morning ride – Northern Light Dog Adventure

We can offer a beautiful view of the nature and mountains among us, like the beginning of the Lyngen Alps and Tromsø’s highest mountain Jiehkkevárri (1834 masl).
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