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Team Lewis - Running for nature



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Want to experience what it's like to be a dog musher? Here, we offer dog sledding experiences of various lengths in the beautiful Synnfjellet, Innlandet, Norway! Our happy huskies are just an hour from Lillehammer and about three hours from Oslo. They are ready to take you on an adventure you will never forget. You'll handle your own dog team. Perhaps dog sledding is on your bucket list? Dog sledding for young children is also available on this tour! A perfect gift idea for adventurers!

As a small family business, our vision is different, and practically, we cannot accommodate large groups. This often attracts small groups. We can accommodate up to 4 adults on this tour. I also have a children's sled, so suddenly we have room for one more. If you are a larger group, you will take turns enjoying the campfire and dog sledding. If this is not for you, you may have to book a tour with a larger adventure agency. We also only take one booking per tour, which means if there is only one person in the booking, only one will join us. If there are two, two will join us, if there are four or five, you get the picture! This makes it easier for me to focus on the skills and level of the group, and introverts may feel more comfortable asking questions when they are in a familiar group. Additionally, it is less stressful for the dogs.

We stick together throughout our journey. You get to participate in most of the tasks that need to be done before and after the trip. In my eyes, life is not served on a silver platter, and people understand more about everything that needs to be done for a musher when they experience all aspects of being one.

If you wish, you can stay after the trip and spend time with the dogs. We have a couple of retired sled dogs and puppies at the kennel who deserve attention. Hot drinks and homemade biscuits are served. We can also light the campfire.

Currently, we don't have much to offer in terms of clothing, so make sure you read tips for clothing for our dog sledding trips. It's better to bring a little extra in the sled than to freeze because you underestimate the weather and temperature.

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As we say here in Norway; "There is no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothes."

Here are some tips and recommendations on winter clothing to keep you warm on our trips:

1. Inner layer: should be something that breathes, I recommend wool. Do not use cotton!

2. Thicker layers: I recommend wool, but you can also use fleece.

3. Last layer: windproof jacket and trousers, sometimes waterproof too, in mild conditions, but remember that it must be breathable material. Recommend a good hood where it goes in front of the face. Then you get the best protection for your face

4. A thicker jacket is fine to bring, which you can adjust by taking the jacket off and on. Here I use a down jacket, but a padded winter jacket or parka is also fine. This is especially good for the long trips, peak trips, Snaufjellet, overnight trips. A good hood that goes in front of the face is also something to think about as hoods (especially with fur trim) stop the wind from cooling the face. (I have a couple of parkas I can lend!)

5. Wool socks, maybe even two, if the shoes allow it. If it is too tight, it will have the opposite effect. It is important to be able to move your legs, otherwise they will get cold.

6. Good winter boots that are tight and not too tight!

7. Good warm and windproof hat and mittens. Do not wear gloves! I recommend having thin woolen gloves to use inside the mittens or keep it in your pockets, for use when handling the dogs.

8. Wool collar/collar to cover the skin from the weather and wind.

9. Snow goggles, not a must, but I recommend if it's very windy and snowy at the same time.


    Haugtun is 30 minutes from us. They are a historic farmstead with roots dating back to pre-Christian times. Eight buildings surround the yard, one of which is a farm boarding house.


    Synnfjellporten is 5-10 minutes away from us. They rent out cozy cabins that you can spend the night in. Here you have access to hiking trails, ski slopes and fishing lakes. In addition, they have a mountain inn. The menu varies according to the season, but the basis is good home-cooked food.


    Gamlestølen is 50 minutes away from us. Gamlestølen has pleasant cabins for hire with direct access to cross-country skiing trails, alpine centre, hiking trails, hunting, fishing lake, berry and mushroom tours. In addition, they have a mountain stogo where you can eat local food.

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    Spåtind fjellstue har mange overnattingsmuligheter og ligger bare 20 min unna. Du kan ha fra billig og basic til mer comfort hotellrom. Eller du kan leie hytter så vel som studio leiligheter. Du har og mulighet til badstue og basseng, restaurant, 300km med langrennsløyper, akebakke, cafè, utendørs sauna, TV-stue, peisestue.

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