What you'll do
Go on a dog sledding journey through the mountains and forests of Norway. We'll meet at the host's house in the small village of Tylldalen. Then we'll say hello to the 40 sled dogs, learn how to harness them, and start sledding towards the old village of Hokstadt. Over the next two days we'll sled past beautiful old houses, stop to eat a traditional Norwegian meal cooked over a campfire, relax in an outdoor sauna, and discover the beauty of frozen mountain lakes. If we're lucky, we may even see the Northern lights.
- Meals and stays included
Every adventure is fully planned, from activities to accommodation.
- Led by locals
Adventures are hosted by local insiders who immerse you in their culture.
- One-of-a-kind access
Explore places and communities you can't easily access on your own.
2 breakfasts, 2 dinners, 1 lunch, other
2 nights in a house
Where you'll be
Hi, my name is Olivia, since I was born in Switzerland, in the 1980's. I have been surrounded by dogs and cats. In dog sledding I found a way to combine my passion for animals, sports and the mountain. In 2008 I started offering dog sledding tours, in the biggest ski area in Switzerland. In 2013 I obtained my diploma as a Dog Training Instructor. Since 2014 I am also a certified mountain leader. I moved to Norway in 2017 with all the doggies to get more space, more snow, more time with the dogs. I am looking forward to share my passion with you.
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Up to 4 guests ages 12 and up can attend. The activity level for this adventure is moderate. Previous experience not needed for joining this tour. This tour has an adventure touch, and requires participants to be ready to take an active part, be…
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This tour has an adventure touch, and requires participants to be ready to take an active part, be cooperative and enjoy a good physical condition. Pregnant women cannot participate.
3 day adventure
Dog sledding in Norwegian wilderness