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Crazy Mushing is the name for our Long Distance Racing Dogyard.

Long distance mushing competitions are a test of endurance, skill, and teamwork between mushers and their sled dogs. These competitions can cover hundreds of kilometers across remote, rugged terrain, challenging both the physical and mental capabilities of the participants.
We do participate to the longest race in Europe, The Finnmarksløpet.


The bond between the musher and their dogs is crucial in long distance mushing, as they work together to navigate through the unpredictable conditions of the wilderness. This partnership requires a deep understanding of each other's strengths and weaknesses, and an unbreakable trust between them.

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The stunning natural beauty of the landscapes that these competitions traverse is a breathtaking sight to behold. The icy tundras, snow-capped mountains, and frozen lakes create a surreal and almost otherworldly atmosphere. The quiet solitude of the wilderness is only broken by the sound of sled runners gliding over the snow, and the harmonious barking of the dogs.

Despite the grueling nature of the competition, the spirit of camaraderie and sportsmanship is ever-present. Competitors often help each other out on the trail, sharing food and supplies, and lending a helping hand whenever necessary. The shared love and respect for the sled dogs, and the wilderness they traverse, create a sense of community among the participants.


In the end, the long distance mushing competition is a celebration of the bond between humans and animals, the beauty of nature, and the human spirit of perseverance and endurance. It is a true testament to the resilience and adaptability of both humans and animals, and a reminder of the power of teamwork and unity.

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