Welcome to Sirdal Husky Farm where we create authentic experiences through a mix of history, people, and nature. They stake their pride in sharing the treasure of unspoiled nature with our guests. And they love recounting local history and giving guests the chance to engage in meaningful fun and play between humans and animals. Also, they offer husky adventures and team building for companies, as well as activities for families, groups, and school classes.
Activity, experiencing nature, sharing history, and culture are the foundation of a Sirdal adventure. Join them for an unforgettable adventure, winter, spring, summer, or fall.
“Life is not just a game, but it is important to play in life” – Norwegian philosopher and outdoorsman
Sirdal is in the mountains of southern Norway. It has a population of just 1,800 people in an area of 1,500 square kilometers (about 580 square miles), so there is more than enough room for everyone. It is home to Europe’s southernmost herd of wild reindeer and Sirdal is part of Norway’s second-largest protected nature reserve.
In the old days, Sirdal was an isolated and impoverished community. However, the area has always been rich in natural, untarnished beauty. When part of this wild countryside was tamed by the dams for hydroelectric power plants, some economic benefits naturally trickled down to the municipality. Sirdal is now a modern village, a short distance from ferry and airport connections to the Continent.
Sirdal has enough nature for everyone. Even though there are roughly 4,000 private cabins in the region, there is still plenty of room to enjoy pristine wilderness areas.
The area has southern Norway’s best network of cross-country ski trails and a variety of alpine slopes to choose from.
The impression is that red dominates in ethno motifs but in brutalist aesthetics. The red color [Chilli Pepper] in this visual identity comes in handy, just enough to spice it up. Red color details can be seen on the site through CTA buttons, a symbol, or a reduction of graphic details. While graft black [Black Pepper] and faded paper [Garlic Clove] are dominant throughout the identity. The website combines the offer of this fine dining restaurant. In addition to the Menu page and fantastic food that Paprika offers, users have the opportunity to make a table reservation through the booking system.