Tromsø: Husky Sledding and Guided Ice Domes Visit
- Duration: 7 hours
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All around this was a great experience. Finding the bus and checking in was easy, the ride was smooth. Dogsledding was one of the best experiences of my life! Our guide was great, instructions were clear, and the dogs were really really happy and excited to do their jobs! Driving the sled was harder than I thought, but not so hard it was not enjoyable. In fact it was all part of the fun. There were about 4 pairs of us, and we all at some point would lose our footing and fall off. Then we were off to the Ice Domes, which was a bit dopey but the level of work and effort into making these every year is very impressive and admirable. We fed a couple of 8-month old reindeer through a fence, they were really cute. Of course we would have like to have been in the pen with them, but by that point we were exhausted. Overall I highly recommend.
It’s really nice to meet the husky. They are super cute and energy. But the ice dome is not worthy to see it. Due to the covid, the scale of the ice dome is just like one-forth as previous years. But it doesn’t mention on the website. I think it is not really honest.
The Ice Domes are fine. They're an interesting oddity but nothing amazing, honestly. It was fun to be out in the country, in the valley, and to see the beauty of nature in winter. The "warm" room was lovely, and the fish soup was delicious and welcome.
The whole experience was amazing. The people were helpful and the dogs lovely. The ride had a nice pump and adrenaline and the dogs looked like the enjoined the ride as well. From best activities in Tromsø.
An absolutely a awesome adventure with a fantastic guide! The reward at the end, with the incredible views from Pulpit Rock made this day the experience of a lifetime and will never be forgotten!