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Tonstad

Dog sledding in Sirdal

Are you looking for an extraordinary winter adventure? Imagine steering you own dog sledge into the wilderness.

Nesbyen

Ranten sledge

Ranten sledding is located by Ranten Hotels at 1000 masl....

Sannidal

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.

Longyearbyen

Horse-back riding Icelandic - Spitsbergen Outdoor Activities

On Svalbard there are only 5 horses, therefore our groups are made up of 4 participants and your guide. Route and speed is determined by the experience...

Moss

Skihytta

At a height of 101 metres above Moss you will find Skihytta skiing lodge, steeped in history and tradition and sourrounded by beautifl forrest. 5 minutes from the Eg highway. The Skihytta has served walkers and skiers since 1936.

Aurskog

Killingmo Farm

Welcome to our farm - here you can visit and see the alpacas - take a coffe in our cafe ' - or just relax - welcome...

Søndeled

Hommen Gård (Farm)

Hommen farm- "Horse in Wilderness" is located in scenic surroundings in Søndeled between Kragerø and Risør, close to both freshwater and sea. We arrange riding tours on Icelandic for groups of minimum 4 per. from 2 hours up to 3 days.

Biri

Haupberg Gård

Location: The farm Haupberg is situated in beautiful surroundings in Redalen between Gjøvik and Lillehammer with a view of Lake Mjøsa. Seats 50 guest...

Venabygd

Venabu stables

The stables at Venabu have offered mountain horseback riding for more than 25 years.

Tromsø

Reindeer Sledding and Sami Culture - Tromsø Lapland

Join an authentic Sami guide, who comes from a Sami family with long reindeer herding traditions.
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