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It was very cold but they had good equipment to make sure you would be comfortable. The mushers are very competent so I felt good but glad I had a face mask for the wind. it was exotic to experience nature while being transported by...More
This was the most amazing experience. My husband and I are newly retired Australians and we were in the northern hemisphere to experience a European Christmas. We extended our journey to see the Northern Lights and go Dog Sledding. We loved every minute of our...More
This makes for a fun day trip from Tromso. They took us approx. 1 hour outside of the city. The lady who showed us around most of the time, Franziska, was super friendly and represented the company very well.
The dogs were great and the...More
The snow was deep and the air crisp and cold, minus 14 degrees.
We were greeted by happy, yelping dogs, eager to work, while those still in the kennels wanted their presence to be noted.though the dogs occasionally threatened each other, they appeared protective of...More
The company Aurore Alps has charged me 10% more than planned and I still waiting To ne refund ...The owner is not very clear about what is the problem... I recommand do not book in advance and see the other companies once in Tromsö
We did the night time dog sledding tour, which was absolutely magical. Pick up went smoothly, getting sorted for clothes, boots etc was easy and flexible. The actual dog sledding tour was amazing, even saw the northern lights for a little while.
Our only issue...More
An amazing day! Picked up and departed from tromso city centre, greeted by a lovely Italian girl (sorry I can't remember her name) who even provided a fantastic tour guide on the one hour coach journey to where we would do our activities! A very...More
Dog sledding was great fun, small group and the guide Sven was fine. The area where you get off the minibus to walk to the building to meet and the area to walk to where the dogs are is extremely slippery - quite dangerous really....More
We had a great time! We loved the tour and de beautiful nature
We met all the dogs and the tourguide introduced all the dogs we where sledding with to us
We would have loved to play or cuddle with the dogs but there was...More
We went last night, it is freezing once you are out sledding. Make sure you have lots of warm non bulky layers be a use you need to fit their overalls over your coat etc. They provide you with boots as well. I'd also suggest... More
We went last night, it is freezing once you are out sledding. Make sure you have lots of warm non bulky layers be a use you need to fit their overalls over your coat etc. They provide you with boots as well. I'd also suggest two pairs of socks and warm gloves or hand warming gel packs (my saviour) because the air can suddenly get cold on your hands when you're sitting on the sleds.
They have three fires going if you need to warm up or ask them to point out the restaurant part to warm up!