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“If you want a Disney experience look elsewhere. This is the real deal.”
28 Dec 2017
“Memorable excursion ”
If you are looking for a memorable adventures holiday, dog sledding in Trysil is the right thing to do. Experience one of the most beautiful areas of true wilderness left.....and make your next adventure an Uncommon one.
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I have been on this adventure 3 times now, each time with friends, in total 18 people I know from every walk of life have been and everyone thought it was the most amazing experience. It's a must do in the tick box of life,...More
Highly recommended. We took the 40 minute trip in heavy snow. Nils showed us how to control the sled, pretty straightforward, and introduced us to the Alaskan huskies who were gorgeous and friendly and very excited to go out on a run. The circuit we...More
I was a little apprehensive due a number of poor reviews. However, once we went for this experience, was not disappointed one bit. Yes it is expensive, but welcome to Norway.
The huskies were all keen and excited to take us out. Emily the guide...More
We took the 40 minute dog sled experience. It was such fun! We were a group of two adults and three children. We needed two sleds. Two children went with a guide and two adults and a child went alone. The route was scenic after...More
Good trip, overall a great experience. We had been on a similar trip previously in Finland some years back, so not quite as magical the second time. Although good, this was not the easiest to book or get to as no transfer option, this meant...More
The huskies were very funny and lively, and friendly. This is a really fun short trip (1 hr) and we highly recommend it. It's the second time we have done this! Its a half hour taxi from the Park Inn, 20 mins from the Radisson...More
As I approached the centre the only thought was "Awesome"this is the real deal, Dogsledding is a sport so dont expect to tour aimlessly about the Norwegian countryside, this is full on and superb! For those who want to know (from a German Shepherd owner...More