Dogsledding in a Winter Wonderland

Join us on a mini polar expedition across the snowy Arctic landscape in the valley of Breivikeidet, near Tromsø.

  • Enjoy an exhilarating ride on a sled pulled by huskies led by skilled mushers.
  • Admire winter landscapes, including forests, fjords, and snow-covered mountains.
  • Warm up by the fire with a hot drink and homemade cake in a traditional Gamme hut.
  • Season

    Winter, Spring (December 1–April 30)

  • Difficulty level

    Level 3: Active - good mobility needed

  • Duration

    3 hours, 30 mins

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  • Max. passengers


  • Booking Code


  • From

    $ 439

  • Notices

    Drinks and cake are included. Wear comfortable walking shoes and clothes suitable for that day’s weather.

After a scenic 40-minute bus ride from Tromsø, you’ll receive a warm welcome at the winter wilderness camp in Breivikeidet. The staff will greet you and introduce you to the friendly, resident Alaskan huskies, who each have their own names and personalities. The dogs will be excited to meet you, so feel free to give them a cuddle or three.

Your musher will then go through some safety instructions for your dogsledding experience. Change into the provided thermal coveralls and warm boots before hopping on the sleds and getting ready for your guided adventure. Sit back in the sled and enjoy the beautiful scenery of Breivikeidet valley, surrounded by steep mountains and views of the Lyngen Alps.

After the sled ride, we’ll return to the camp to learn more about the lives of these Alaskan huskies. Your visit is topped off with a hot drink and homemade cake next to the open fire in a traditional Gamme hut.

View from sitting in the husky sled, full spead ahead View from sitting in the husky sled, full spead ahead