Dogsledding - a taster
5 km - Drive your own team of huskies 20-25 min trip on the frozen lake in the middle of Geilo.
Duration: 20-25 minutes on the sled – 1 hour in total.
Price: Children NOK 590, Adults NOK 790. Family price: 2 adults + 2 children NOK 2290.
Price includes: Dogsledding, hot drink, and a Norwegian snack.
Amount: We usually take 6 pax per trip, but this can vary. Please contact us if you need more information about group orders etc.
Meeting point: Geilo Husky camp in Vestlia - Bakkestølvegen 56 - about 50 meters down in the forrest from the road.
Parking: Parking by the red house in Bakkestølvegen 56. Park by the sign - it is important that you are not blocking helicopterlanding spot or Red Cross garage.
Age limit: Kids are from 0-11 years. Adult from 12 year old. We can refuse kids under 3 years if there is heavy wind or very cold, but all kids can do Husky taster. Kids from 0-4 years are best situated on the lap of a parent. Please let us know if you have children in this category.
Bring: Warm clothing and camera. (unfortunately, we do not offer rent of clothing).
Meeting place: Geilo Husky camp in Vestlia - Bakkestølvegen 56 - about 50 meters down in the forrest from the road.
Contact information: [email protected] or +47 905 98 252 / +47 924 66 920
Please be at our camp 5-10 min before your scheduled trip!
Have you always dreamed about trying dog sledding, or do you just want to try something completely different?
Get a taste of our dog life with dogsledding 20 to 25 minutes - depending on weather and snow. Average distance is 5 km. With Geilo Husky you get to run your own sled with some of the best trained Alaskan Huskies in Norway.
On a Husky taster we start with instructions from experienced mushers before you get to try to run completely by yourself for about 20- 25 minutes, half way you swap with your passenger. After the tour there will be time to snuggle with the dogs, take pictures and have a little taste of Norway by the fire. By the fire we also explain more about our dogs, training and our dog-life.
From 1th April, the dogs move up to Hardangervidda by the Halne Fjellstugu.