Incredible 2 Hour Siberian Husky Dog Sled Sightseeing Tour by the Myvatn Area

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Rd Number 847, 650, Iceland
2 hours
Nov. - May
Minimum age
4 years old


Shoot across the snow-covered Icelandic countryside behind a team of Siberian Huskies. This tour is perfect for those who love animals, adventure, and spectacular scenery. With only friends or family on your sled (max 3 addults)  per dogsled and guide (or musher), it also promises to be as personal as it is exhilarating.

You will begin this tour at the Unchained Siberian Husky Kennel at a farm called Vallholt, and before going anywhere will meet the dogs. As friendly as they are highly trained, you will have plenty of opportunities to give them a pat and cuddle. Your musher will then teach you the basics of dogsledding, and you’ll climb aboard.

It will be a two hours of adventure as you shoot up to eight kilometres through the stunning  area close to Lake Mývatn. As you travel through an otherworldly plain of white snow, you will be totaly "in the middle of nowhere". 

Because of these effects, Mývatn is considered one of Iceland’s most diverse and beautiful regions. There are few better ways to see it than from the back of a dogsled. You will have plenty of opportunities to take photographs so that you can bring a physical memory of this magical place back home with you.

Fans of the HBO Game of Thrones series may find some sites familiar as they shoot over the snow. It was in this area where the scenes North of the Wall were filmed, such as those of Mance Rayder’s wildling camp.

Once back at the kennel, you will have more opportunities to take your photos with the dogs and give them more attention, in thanks for the incredible experience they have just provided.

Do not hesitate to book this great excursion; jump aboard a dogsled and immerse yourself in the beauty of Lake Mývatn. Check availability by choosing a date. 

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Dog sledding tour with Musher
Kennel visit to meet the dogs
Cold weather gear (Warm overalls, hat and gloves, if needed)




Dog sledding

What to bring

Warm clothing and outerwear suited to rainy or cold weather
Sturdy boots for walking/hiking
Sunglasses (to combat snow glare)

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If you would like to book large groups or a private tour, contact us!

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