Join one of our local guides for a hike to the beautiful Blåisvatnet, accompanied by one or more of our joyful and playful Alaskan huskies.
The huskies at our kennel come in all different sizes and shapes and with a variety of different personalities. Some off them are calm and focused and know how to save their energy, while others are full off curiosity about their surroundings and are always up for an adventure.
If you are more than one person joining us for this trip, we will try to match you up with a dog that will be a good companion for you. You will have a hipharness to attach your dog to the leash, so please let us know if you have problems with your back.
The guide will tell you more about the dogs on the hike and also about the area that you are moving through. We will stop at the lake and have lunch, which will also give you an opportunity to take photos of the bright blue lake and the sharp peaks of the Lyngen alps that surrounds the lake.
Note: If you have already been on a hike to the lake or you prefer to see a different area of Lyngen, please let us know and we will arrange for an alternative route for you and the huskies.
This trip is suitable for people off all ages with a nomal level of fitness.
Duration: 3-4 hours. The hike is 8 km long.
Participants: Min 2 persons/Max 8 persons
What to bring: Wear hikingboots if you have them. Bring a small backpack and a waterbottle.
Meeting point and time: 10.00. The parking lot at Blåisvatnet is about 4 km east of another lake, Jægervatnet. If you are driving from Lyngseidet, turn off in the direction of Svensby then head towards Jægervatn and Sør-Lenangsbotn. On the right-hand side off the road you will find the parking. If you dont have transportation while visiting this area, we can arrange to pick you up.
Contact: Tom Frode +47 917 15777. Helga +47 932 55 686. lyngenoutdoor email@example.com
Price: from 1150 NOK per person including lunch. Children under the age of 12 is 50% discounted.
Transport: Upon request we can pick you up in Tromsø (extra cost)
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