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From Tromsø: Dogsledding Evening at Camp Tamok

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18 reviews

Activity provider: Norwegian Travel

From Tromsø: Dogsledding Evening at Camp Tamok

Activity provider: Norwegian Travel
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From US$ 209.55 per person

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Experience a unique way of transport in Northern Norway on an evening dog sledding adventure from Tromso. Get the chance to see the Northern Lights during this outdoor adventure.

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Duration 7 hours
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Live tour guide
English

Experience

Highlights
  • Drive the sled with your own team of huskies
  • Have a chance to witness the Northern Lights
  • Meet the huskies and get to cuddle with them
  • Enjoy a warm meal around a cozy fire after the tour
Full description

Mush your own husky team on this unique dog sledding evening tour through snowy terrain, surrounded by incredible mountain landscapes and scenic fjords.

If you're lucky, you might have the magical Northern Lights dancing on top of you. You do not need any previous skills to mush your own husky team. All you need is reasonable physical health and an eagerness to try something new. Join an authentic experience at the wilderness center Camp Tamok, a 90-minute scenic bus drive away from the city center of Tromsø. Upon arrival at the camp, get dressed in warm winter clothes and the other required gear for your dogsledding activity.

Your guides will then give thorough safety instructions and a practical demonstration on how to steer your own sled. Once you are ready, you will embark on your journey: two people will share each sled and a dog team.

One is the "musher" (driver) and the other can sit back and enjoy the ride. (If your group includes children, each child must be accompanied by an adult.) You will get the chance to switch places midway during the 10 to 12 kilometer dog sledding trail. Depending on snow conditions, you will spend up to 1 hour and 30 minutes completing it.

Even though this tour is not focused on hunting the Northern Lights, being outside on a dark winter evening might give a wonderful opportunity to witness the lights. After the tour, you will be served a hot meal in a traditional Northern Norwegian setting around the open fire in a reindeer herder's tent. After relaxing and warming up, board the bus back to the city and reflect on a memorable adventure.

Includes
  • Transfer to and from Tromsø city
  • English-speaking guide
  • Self-drive dogsledding
  • Winter overall suit, boots, mittens, and hat
  • Meal (warm stew) and hot drinks
    Not suitable for
    • Children under 7 years
    • Pregnant women

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    Meeting point

    Meet at Samuel Arnesen's Gate 7 in Tromsø. Find the bus marked with “Norwegian Travel”.

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    Important information

    Know before you go

    • The difficulty level of the tour is medium. You must have a decent physical condition to participate
    • If your group includes children, each child must be accompanied by an adult
    • You can switch places midway during this 10- to 12-kilometer dog sledding trail
    • Even though this tour is not focused on seeing the Northern Lights, being outside on a dark winter evening might provide the opportunity to witness the lights while going out on this adventure
    Customer reviews

    Overall rating

    4.8 /5

    based on 18 reviews

    Review summary

    • Guide
      5/5
    • Transportation
      5/5
    • Value for money
      5/5

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    It was just amazing. The dogs are so friendly and cuddly, and just want to play. Pick up and drive up to the camp was smooth, all information needed given well in advance. The thermal clothing and boots kept you warm and cozy. The actual sledding was a great adventure and when it's said you should be fit, it means it. Some running along with the dogs and pushing the sleight up the hills is required. Hot drinks and food served in the camp tents with beaming fire in the stove and staff answering loads of questions and keeping you entertained with little stories. It was super.

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    December 5, 2022

    Nice people who work there, well organized, even chaotic when looking for the dogs for your sled. But all went well. Was only a slightly shorter route than usual and we didn't know that, in the end an hour on the sled also due to the many waiting for other people who didn't really help the dogs to get up the mountain. But all in all good experience. And food was good and more than enough.

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    December 1, 2022

    Amazing experience. We went on an evening with low snow levels, which meant we couldn’t stay out as long as usual and terrain was a bit tougher. That said, the time we did spend sledding was incredible. The staff was friendly and knowledgeable and the dogs were adorable and also friendly. Would absolutely book again. Once in a lifetime experience.

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    November 26, 2022

    Product ID: 394843