Early winter training
Winter season has kicked off for us at Frosty Trails with the arrival of Arne, Win, Tamara and Robert, who joined us for Early Winter Training during the first two weeks of december! It was the first time we let people… Read More »Early winter training
Training on snow now
We got our first snow of the year on October 10th, about 5 cm of wet autumn snow. On October 26th we had some 25 cm of snow on the ground – but it melted away in the next few days… Read More »Training on snow now
All the dogs got their flu shot today – the vet came by and vaccinated the dogs for kennelcough, which is basically a cold, but could put them down for a week or so. We don’t want them to get it… Read More »Vaccination time
Autumn training has started
Autumn training has started! We are now training the dogs by letting them run in front of a quadbike, and the dogs love to be out again! It’s still warm here, so we make stops on the way to… Read More »Autumn training has started
A lot of people ask me: “What do sleddogs do in summer?” And I usually answer them that summer is a resting time for the dogs, as they need to recover from another hard winter working season. So what do they… Read More »Summertime
Thanks for a great winter season!
Once more winter is over, the ice has melted and the last snow will soon disappear. We had a great season, with about 50% of our tours starting from our kennels in Kåskats. Next seasson we aim to start… Read More »Thanks for a great winter season!
First weektour of the season
Just finished the first weekt tour of the season. We had a great team with Australian mushers Steph and Sean and British mushers Russ, Bob and Henry. Thanks guys for a wonderful start of tyhe season! We drove some 180… Read More »First weektour of the season
A dog called Hawaii
With some of the dogs in heat, I thought I needed one more dog for this season! Hawaii seems a strange name for a sleddog, but he runs great and he is very eager to work! He’s also very friendly… Read More »A dog called Hawaii
The sleds are out! Gary’s here to help me train smaller teams and we are running four teams of 5-6 dogs. I’ve prepared 30 km of training trails, consisting of three different loops that I can combine for different distances.… Read More »Sled training