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Come and see our 300 Alaskan Huskies and take a trip with the dogsleds along the mountains and fjords of Kvaløya.
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.
More than 300 friendly Alaskan huskies await you on arrival at Tromsø Villmarkssenter. Some of these will be your personal porters on this hike in gentle terrain with views of the fjord and mountains.
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.
Join Tromsø's most experienced provider of Sami culture on a day trip to the island of Kvaløya for some nice scenery, exotic reindeer sledding (30 min) with lasso throwing as part of your introduction to Sami culture.
A full night of Active Dog Sledding, starting out from our base camp into a fairytale arctic wilderness. You will be mushing your own dog sled, pulled by a happy and friendly team of trained Alaskan Huskies.
Look for the Northern Lights as late into the night as you wish, sleep in a Sami Tent and go dog sledding the next morning.
Dogsled and sleep underneath the Aurora Borealis. A slightly more challenging Arctic experience but easily achievable. Sled with your huskies through early evening and into the night. Two meals are provided along with all the Arctic equipment you will need. So just bring yourself!
Join the authentic Sami guide, who comes from a Sami family with long reindeer herding tradi- tions. Enjoy an unforgettable experience of pure reindeer sledding (4 km) and Sami culture.
Train tomorrow's lead dogs! Of the 300 Alaskan huskies at Tromsø Villmarkssenter´s husky farm, the puppies are the most important.