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Dog sled with Alaskan huskies and Malamutes in beautiful mountain scenery by Sjusjoen is an absolutely wonderful way to experience nature and interacting with animals. Tours are frequent in winter and in autumn we drive with trollies! After the tour...more
Friendly staff and very nice and fit dogs. It seems like some of them go on competitions and use these tours as training.
It was a very nice trip and I'd totally recommend it to anyone who has the opportunity. I will most likely repeat...More
When I travel with my teenage son I always try to find something unique to do, something representative of the culture of the place we're visiting, and something he'll never forget. This activity fits the bill perfectly! Although a little cumbersome to reach from Oslo...More
This trip was a surprise for my daughter and me. Our Norwegian friends booked it, so all in all there were 7 of us on the 15 km trip on a beautiful, clear day. The younger teens could not drive the sled, so they ended...More
We were a family of 4 (2 young children). The kids rode in the lead sled with the staff member leading, which they enjoyed (and they were put in a muffler to keep warm). For us, one person leads the sled, while the other rides,...More
My husband and I took our teenagers and we thoroughly enjoyed it. Ida could not have been more helpful with emails before we arrived. We paid by credit card, no cash required. We did 15km, two people per sled, one "driving", the other seated, with...More
Our Norwegian hosts took us on this 15 km dog sledding trip--and it was a new experience to them as well. The expansive views of dotted with cabins and wind-stunted trees were breathtaking, but the experience of rising the sled made it unique. Basically all...More
Must do if you are staying in this area. It's quite an experience we arrived a bit late Sleds being readied dogs going mad -12 degrees ....quick instruction and we were off!!! Charging through beautiful scenery it was amazing.
We returned to base for for...More
We had a great 15k tour at 15.30 . We watched the sun go down while we were on the sledges. Afterwards mixed with the dogs in the tent having a hot drink. The people running this tour really love their dogs so you know...More
We did the 6km tour in the afternoon. We booked online and was assigned the tour time by Ida through email later. The meeting location is about a 30 min walk along the main road from the last bus drop off point from Lillehammer. It's...More