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Mountain biking with husky - Bergbjørn Fjellservice

Address: Fosseveien 418, 9046 Oteren Show map

Address: Fosseveien 418, 9046 Oteren

With Signaldalen as a starting point, we have access to many single tracks. To cover larger ground and more easily enjoy the uphill, we put a happy husky in front of the mountain bike to pull you up the mountain. This actually makes the uphill great fun!

We start in the morning at our lodge in Signaldalen with a travel meeting to discuss where we are going, what challenges the terrain will offer and have a look at the map. We then mount the dogs and kick off up the valley. As an example, a day trip through Parasdalen up to the Gappo huts is a nice outing for everyone that has ridden a mountain bike before. Mannfjellaksla also offers great trails for the more experienced mountain biker.

This is also available as a trip with sleepover in the mountains, but requires a bit more equipment and demands a greater level of fitness and skill from the guests.

Included: guide, husky
Duration: 2-6 hours depending on the trip
Meeting time and place: by appointment
What to bring: your own mountainbike (the trip to Mannfjellaksla demands a full suspension bike), lunchpack and drink
Price: depends on the trip
- Mannfjellaksla from 800 NOK per pers (1-2 hours)
- Gappo from 1600 NOK per pers
- Continuing to Pältsa from 2500 NOK per pers

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