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Kragerø Ridesenter (Equestrian Centre)

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.


Guided nature walk with packhorse

Join us on a guided nature walk with packhorse and the hunt for the old Ruste Farm. We walk with the nature guide and his horse into the valley. Expe...
  • 4 hours
  • Mountain
  • Forest


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...


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.


Two Days of Active Dog Sledding - Active Tromsø

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.


One week of Active dog sledding - Active Tromsø

The most supreme wilderness challenge - where you get to feel a genuine expedition atmosphere, and encounter true harmony with nature.


North Experience

North Experience offers activities and accommodation in Troms.

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.



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