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Vestnes is one of the main places in Norway for Icelandic horses, and several holiday- and activity options are available. Icelandic horseriding holida...
Do you want to control your own dog sledge? Or maybe you want to sit on the dog sledge while the musher leads 6 ore more speed loving dogs?
Dagali Fjellpark is one of very few places in Norway that offers airboard, a controllable air mattress for use on snow. The airboard has grooves on the underside and you conntrol it with your body weight. Our ski lift is authorized for airboard, so yor take the lift to the top and run down the alpine slopes.
Take part in an arctic adventure. Now you have the chance to drive your own dog-sledding team, while experiencing the wilderness of the Lyngen Alps. The guide will give you a few tips on how to drive your team of dogs, before heading from the “basecamp” in Svensby.
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.
Now you have the chance to drive your own dog-sledding team, while experiencing the wilderness in the Lyngen Alps. The guide will give you a few tips on how to drive your team of dogs, before heading of from the “basecamp” in Svensby.
It is an exciting experience to spend your autumn holidays at Langedrag.
- We have 27 sled dogs. In the autumn holidays there is mushing every day....
A fun and challenging experience. The riding takes place mainly in Icelandic horses. They are active, but safe for those who are uncertain. If you want to ride a larger horse, tell us when you book. We have sturdy, Norwegian Dole horses who loves a ride in the snow.
Snow rafting, snowmobile and toboganning Fun activities at the farm Brusletto for the whole family. Meet at Stall Brusletto 2,5km east of Geilo sentre....
Kragerø Ridesenter was established in 1997 and can offer equestrian training for all levels. Helle and Trond Clemmetsen who owns and runs the place are graduate of the Norwegian Equestrian school. Both have the highest distinction.