Join our huskies on an adventure in the mountains and experience the wilderness in a new way behind dogs tails.



Mushing in the winter is a fantastic way to experience the wild arctic mountains, and the dogs take you closer and further into nature than you would think possible.

We want to give you the real experience of mushing your own team so we only take small private groups and will customize the day for you. We can either ride the fantastic and varied trails in Signaldalen, if you have some experience we can head into the mountains by Paras, sled to Treriksrøysa (the three borders Sweden-Finland-Norway, or find other hidden gems.


As our guest you will become part of the pack for a while, helping out preparing your own team, get to know the dogs, drive your own sled, and participate in feeding and afterwork activities. We will take our time, and maybe stop on our way making a bonfire, coffee, and eat traditional homemade norwegian food.


The dogs are part of our family and they are with us year round. Summer we hike, run or bike with them (mountainbiking is really fun), and play with the puppies.

Northern light tours behind the dogs tails on wheels or sled is an unforgettable experience. The night, the stars, the total silence and hopefully the Aurora Borealis, is my favorite time of the year. Signaldalen is very famous for northern light observations, as there are no light pollution, and Otertind makes an amazing background. At our farm you will have first row to an amazing show.

Half day trip: 1500 NOK/person, (4 hrs, max. 4 people)

Full day trip 2400 NOk/person (6 hrs, max 4 people)

For smaller groups we can provide a overnight stay at the farm, contact us for a price suggestion.



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