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My daughter Victoria and I traveled to Svalbard in the fall of 2019 with a few friends. It’s a place I have dreamed of going to for a long time and I don’t regret a second of it. It’s the place where your pulse immediately goes in resting mode, when the mighty mountains approaches the flights – the air so fresh that it freezes in the cheeks. I was overwhelmed.
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It all started with a call of the Arctic: it sent me to East Greenland as a 15-year-old teenager and at the same time, Martin started his dog sledding career on Svalbard, which then led him to become a member of the Sirius Dog Sled Patrol in Greenland.
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She is a fantastic, loving lady and I have yet not met anyone she couldn’t completely charm.
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With two good adoptions, I doubt I'll ever choose another way to get a dog again. We have skipped the puppy stage and can enjoy the Svalbard nature with the two best hiking companions one can get.
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By the end of 2018 we had made up our minds – we wanted to adopt a retired sled dog from Svalbard and let it move into our home, a small number of kilometers from Stockholm.
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At Green Dog Svalbard, each guide is responsible for 30 dogs. In no time, the 30 dogs will become your best friends. Most of one's day is spent with them. Each one is amazing. They each have their own personality and must be treated and handled in different ways.
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Bringing Andrea into our family has been and is, a great joy and incredibly good company and not least a fantastic travel companion.
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- Mom, he says. - Now I'm really looking forward to it. I wish we could live there forever. Do you promise to wake me up before we land? I also have to see what it looks like from the sky. Then he falls asleep. In my lap. On their way to their third visit to Svalbard.
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This is the story of when Ida, Ingeborg, Anette, Barbro, Guro and Monings travelled on a three-day dog trip on Svalbard. About when the world took a break. About laughter, cold temperatures (-35 chill factor to be exact), silence, frost in the moustache, dogpoop and northern lights.
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Vanskelighetsgrader

SG1
Passer for alle
SG2
Passer for de fleste
SG3
Passer for de med normalt god form
SG4
Passer for de med over gjennomsnittet god form
SG5
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Difficulty Levels

SG1

Suitable for everyone

SG2

Suitable for most people

SG3

Suitable for those in normal good shape

SG4

Suitable for those in good shape

SG5

This activity requires very good physical shape

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