HUSKY TOUR IN THE SNOW: HUSKY SHERPA HIKE TO THE MUGNATIND
(1.738 meters above sea level)
At the doorsteps to the Jotunheimen National Park. A real classic, with a twist!
Bringing along our Huskies Sherpa, makes this tour unique, providing an extra dimension to this great nature experience. You will get your own Husky friend, to help you along the hike. Provided with a special backpack, the husky is more than willing to help you by carrying wood and food, while offering pleasant company. You will get overwhelmed by their kindness, generosity and friendly nature.
Bring your own lunch pack. We provide the campfire and coffee/snacks. Afterwards the tour, if you are crazy enough, you can take a bath in the chilly rushing mountain river? If you want us to arrange the lunch we will be happy to supply a real wilderness lunch for an extra of 200,-/person.
Once on the top, your efforts will pay off with a breath-taking view far into the spectacular Jotunheimen National Park, Home of the Trolls.
This tour requires an average ok physical condition and hiking shoes/boots, wind/waterproof shell.
Includes: Experienced guide, safety equipment, Husky Sherpa & coffee/snacks.
Hiking in Valdres
Walk the Besseggen Ridge, one of Norway’s most popular hikes, or enjoy the view of the Jotunheimen Mountains from the top of Bitihorn.
From the hilly woodlands of Begnadalen and Vassfaret in the south, to the snowcapped mountains of Jotunheimen in the north – Valdres offers some of the most rewarding hiking in Fjell Norway, whether you want to hike for several days, or just spend a few hours embracing the beautiful landscape.
Choose from 30 family-friendly hikes, use Valdres as a base to climb one or several of the 2,000-metre-high summits in the area, or go on a beacon walk and learn more about Norway’s history along the way. Most paths in this region are marked.
We can help you with all the information you need or you might wish to stop by the tourist information for brochures, maps and recommendations.
Generally the hiking season is from the end of June until mid-September.