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Dogsledding Iceland is the first dogsledding kennel in Iceland having provided dogsledding tours throughout the highlands and glaciers of Iceland since 1998.
Dogsledding Iceland is the only dog sledding tour operator that runs tours all year round in the South Coast of Iceland. They have been operating from many different locations in Iceland (Langjökull, Mýrdalsjökull glacier, Hólmasel, Húsafell, among others). As for today, they are operating in Hólmasel, just 1 hour away from Reykjavík.
Mainly working with Greenlandic dogs, Dogsledding Iceland provides people with an experience unique in the world of dog sledding and an insight to the traditional uses of sled dogs. These dogs are tough, hardy and stubborn sled dogs known for their strength and ability to resist any kind of extreme weather conditions. Working through anything with their tails wagging, not bothered by what mother nature throws at them.
The company has also rescued a few Siberian Huskies for the past years, this smaller built artic dogs with their pretty blue eyes are a perfect combination with the Greenlandic dogs allowing the teams to run at a faster gate than usual freight dogs.
The latest addition to the kennel are the Alaskan huskies defined only by its purpose, which is that of a highly efficient sled dog, this breed is the most popular nowaday, used international in the races and competition.
Dogsledding Iceland's team members have a serious passion and addiction to mushing and live with their dogs wherever they set up their camp!
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Our instructor was really great. She was so enthusiastic and the dogs love her!
Excellent - so informative and in tune with the diogs. She also read her passengers and quickly put those who were worried at ease and those who were cold in the right place in the sled