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Arctic dogsled-expedition in the polar-night.
Aurora, full-moon, or storm and darkness. Fantastic experiences are waiting for you and your dog-team in the arctic wilderness.
We pick you up at your accommodation, and equip you with headlight, and warm clothing, before we drive out in the majestic Adventvalley, to meet our friendly dogs, and very often also puppy’s, who loves the attention.
Our experienced guides show how to put together and dog-team, and 2 and 2 guests working together put up their own dog-team of 6 eager and enthusiastic huskies.
The guide will carry the necessary protection against possible polar-bears, and lots of local knowledge to share. The route may vary depending on weather. This is a thrilling experience in the darkness of polar-night.
The trip is about 4 hours, and is suitable for all with normal good health.
Drive your own dogsledge on wheels. Come with us and drive your own dogteam.
The darkness and the snow arrives at about the same time in Svalbard - and the white cover makes the polarnight seem less dark. The structures of the landscape is very visible on days with clear sky and moonlight. The soundless way you move when dogsledding, is simply an amazing experience.
This expedition takes you deep into the wilderness. It will give you a great taste of the Arctic wildlife.
This is an option if you would like to have a full day in the magnificent Svalbard nature. 1 person per dogsledge.
Dogsledding on Spitsbergen is a special experience, during the polar night the experience is unique. Drive your own dogsledge and join us for a 2-daytrip under the northern lights.
This is the trip for those who wish a longer expedition by dogsledge where you don't overnight in tent. 3 days of dogsledding in the Arctic is a fantastic experience!
Join us in the footprints from Fritjof Nansen and mush your own team to the famous Ship in the Ice!
Drive your own team of dogs on the road in Adventdalen, where you may see more of the Arctic fauna, like reindeer or birds. We visit the Trappers Station for a hot drink after the trip!