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  • Arctic wilderness
  • Be a musher for a day
  • Dog sledding in beautiful nature
  • Experienced and forthcomming guide


Experience the most beautiful adventure in the fairytale Arctic wilderness and be a musher on a sled pulled by adorable Alaskan huskies.

You will feel the strength of your powerful team, as you ride through the winter wonderland of frozen lakes, forests and majestic mountains. On route, look out for fox, owl, snow grouse, eagle, reindeer and moose.

Parts of our trails are over steep and undulating terrain and therefor only suitable for fit adventure seekers. Two participants share a sled, alternating between mushing the sled and being a passenger.

Our trip starts at Radisson Blu Hotel in Tromsø. The drive to our camp takes about 35 minutes, where you will be greeted by our friendly staff and changed into suitable clothing before meeting your guide and the dogs. You will receive full instructions on how to mush your team and control your sled, preparing you fully for this unique adventure. The dog sled ride will take about 3 hours, weather dependent.

On your return, you will have the opportunity to unharness your team before saying good bye to your faithful dogs. A warm camp fire will be waiting for you, around which you can sit and exchange your stories of the trip whilst eating your packed lunch along with hot beverages and biscuits.

What is included

  • An experienced guide
  • Full mushing instructions
  • Arctic proof boots, winter clothing
  • Hot drink and biscuits
  • Pick up/ drop off at Radisson Blu Hotel Tromsø

What to bring

  • Lunch and water bottle
  • Long sleeved based layer and a jumper (woollen or fleece)
  • Gloves and a warm hat
  • Camera / GoPro

Please note

This trip is suitable for anyone with a good fitness. We do not recommend to join the activity if you suffer from back pain, epilepsy or heart problems or in the later stages of pregnancy.

Season: 01. November – 31. March

We do pick up from Lauklines Kystferie on request.

About your Localist


Hi, my name is Tore. I began mushing in 1978 and I have participated in Finnmarksløpet, Europe`s longest sled dog race, and completed the northernmost sled dog race 13 times. I have also participated in the world`s longest sled dog race Iditarod and The Yukon Quest 1.000 Mile International Sled Dog Race.

I have run both Ultra Marathons and ordinary Marathons, skied across Greenland, Svalbard and Alaska, and climbed some of the world’s highest peaks. I am half way through completing the Seven Summits.

I am a Certified Instructor for glaciers, mountaineering and kayaking, and enjoy nature’s joys and challenges. Any challenge of nature is first and foremost about safety, safety, safety!

Today, me and my girlfriend, Sandra, share an unique life. We love our dogs and always work hand in hand together to experience an adventure of lifetime!


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$ 210 p.p.

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