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Get a peek into the life with huskies trough our day-trips

 

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Activities winter season

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Dogsledding day-trip

Join us in a small group where our dogs takes you into untouched nature

Monday - Sunday from November to March

Duration: 5 hours

Time: 08:45 AM and 02:15 PM

Group size: 1-7 people

Price per person: 1 890 NOK

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Dogsledding expedition

Join Tommy and our alaskan huskies for 5 days in the wild

April

Duration: 6 days

Time: 11:00 AM (11:00)

Group size: 1-

Price per person: 18 500 NOK 

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Two days of dogsledding

A one night adventure where your dog team will take you over new lengths 

On request from 14.01.23 to 25.03.23

Duration: 30 hours

Time: 11:00 AM

Group size: 1-6 people

Price per person: 6 500 NOK

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Exclusive overnight stay in arctic gamme

One of our mushers will transport you in their sled to spend the night in private nature surroundings

December to March

Duration: 18 hours

Time: 06:00 PM

Price per night (2 people): 14 000 NOK 

Activities summer season

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Husky hike

A walk in the nature of our area with a couple of huskies

Every day from 20.05.2022 to 30.06.2022

11:00 AM (11:00)

Duration: 1 - 2 hours

Group size: 1-4 people

Price per person: 995 NOK

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Hike & Camp

Join Karianne and our huskies for one night in the nature of Kvaløya 

On request from 20.05.22 to 30.06.22

Time: 02:00 PM (14:00)

Group size: 1-4 people

Price per person: 3 800 NOK

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Wagon ride

Enjoy a ride in the wagon of one of our professional mushers

Every day from August to September

09:00 AM (09:00) and

06:00 PM (18:00)

Duration: 1 - 2 hours

Group size: 1-6 people

Price per person: 1 890 NOK

Living with dogs means that you will dedicate your life to the well-being of the animals, and in our case that means being outside 365 days a year, in any weather. You will always put the dogs first

 - Karianne, musher at Kvaløya Husky AS

Waits

Waits

Tommy

Tommy

Karianne under the aurora borealis

Karianne under the aurora borealis

Fenris

Fenris

Loke

Loke

Brothers Kompis and Ferdinand

Brothers Kompis and Ferdinand

Sun halo

Sun halo

Havga and Flekk

Havga and Flekk

Tommy and Anna

Tommy and Anna

Leo and Lou

Leo and Lou

In the morning of overnight trip

In the morning of overnight trip

The drive to the kennel

The drive to the kennel

Aurora Borealis

Aurora Borealis

Bruce

Bruce

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About the kennel

Kvaløya Husky AS was founded in 2019, after a dream of having dogsledding as a profession for several years. Tommy started dogsledding 22 years ago and has gained a lot of experience since then. Our dailylife consists of caring and training the dogs, as well as maintenance of the dogyard and preparing for races. 

 

The company has 4 employees, who has a personal relation to every single dog. 

 

We believe that life is best spent outdoors, and there is nothing better to do than spend time with animals. Per now we have 51 Alaksan huskies, which is a medium size polardog. Our dogs range from puppies to senior dogs. 

When you visit us we want to give you some time to disconnect from the city noice, as you feel the fresh arctic air and get to know our amazing dogs. 

Reviews

A really special part of our visit to Norway. We visited on the last day of their official ‘season’ and were treated as if it were the first. Karianne met us from the Radisson Blu at 5pm and drove us to the site, appprox 40 minutes away. Loved that the centre is small (currently 44 dogs) and the sea views spectacular. I chose to be driven in the sledge but my husband wanted to try driving and he totally loved it… as did I. Tony was our other guide and he was so engaging and entertaining, teaching my husband and allowing him to really have the full experience of being in command of the pack. The ride was exhilarating (and never felt in the slightest bit afraid in Karianne’s capable hands). The dogs were awesome and we learnt so much about them from Karianne and Tony. Lovely time after the ride hanging out with the dogs and then enjoying a hot drink by the fire in the tent and chatting.