Get away from the daily stress, in contact with the Greenlanders and the Alaskan Malamuts, the largest sled dogs in the world; you will get some new energy. You will learn a lot during the day about the dogs, try to drive a dog sled through the winter landscape around Mattjischhorn. Feel the strength and endurance of the dogs.
At the Malamut GmbH they say: Work active and help, that is how you see what it takes to be a real Musher (the driver of a dogsledge) !!
- Welcome greeting at 10.00 from the Malamut GmbH guide at Mountain Lodge Arflina.
- A short hike with the dogs up to the trail.
- Build a camp
- Explanation and information about the dogs, the sleigh, equipment and how to drive the sleigh.
- Sleigh ride with the dogs for each participant next to the Cluner lake.
- Delicious soup for lunch
- Glühwein warmed on open fire
- A walk to get back to Mountain Lodge Arflina
- Bus transfer to Heuberge
- Consumptions in the bar or restaurant
- On request the following can be booked on spot: Sledging down to the village
- Airboarding (only Friday and Saturday)
- Ski/snowshoe tours with a professional and educated guide
- Ski passes
- Stay over at Mountain Lodge Arflina
The participants need the following equipment
- good Winter-/Skiclothes (no Jeans!)
- hat, glowes and Sunglasses
- fixed, ankel-high Hikingshoes or boots
Price per Person
- Adults and children over 13 years
- Wednesday until Friday: CHF 290.-
- Saturday and Sunday: CHF 310.-
- Children 6-12 years (only together with an adult): CHF 130.-
- For groups more than 10 persons get a group price.
- The workshops are available from Wednesday-Sunday. Monday and Tuesday are the days off for the dogs.
- You can book as a single person, couple or group from 4-8 persons (larger groups on request).
- Dates will be announced upon request.
- Insurance is up to each individual
- Children under 6 years old are not allowed to come.
- We ask if you are a dog owner not to bring your own dog to the tour. From experience it might be some anxiety among the dogs. Thank you for your understanding.