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Sleep next to the Husky kennels
Husky-Lodge where guests can sleep in wooden cabins next to the working dog kennels. Join them in their training runs all year round as they pull sledges and bikes around the natural woodland, fields and mountain trails.
If you're a Siberian Husky lover, you get to appreciate at first hand how loveable - and hard working these dogs are, whatever the weather, returning to relax in your cabin by the wood fire.
These hard working dogs love to run!
Set up in 2005 by 4 young local men, the lodge is situated next to a spruce forest.
There are 6 different sized wooden cabins:
1x 2-bed-cabin, 1x 4-bed cabin, 3x 6-bed-cabins, 1x 8-bed cabin
In summer months there is also a leisure camping area.
The main building houses a cosy restaurant, bar and conference facilities for groups of 15-34 people.
The Husky-Lodge is located at the entrance of Bisisthal, approximately 2 km east of the village center of Muotathal, located in the center of Switzerland. You'll find a mountain valley, village and a town with down to earth culture and unparalleled scenery.
As well as Siberian huskies, there are possibilities for other outdoor activities like ice climbing, snowshoeing, hiking, climbing, team events etc. At nearby Hölloch, you'll discover one of the longest caves complexes in the world - well worth a booked visit.
Approximately 150m north of the Husky-Lodge is a naturally sheltered rockface, now developed to create the unique 23m high Eiskletteranlage. It provides five or six different climbing routes.
After being welcomed at the Husky-Lodge, tour participants are equipped with harness, helmet, gloves and climbing briefing. Depending of the difficulty of your route, you'll be able to take a short break and enjoy the unique atmosphere opposite the Husky-Lodge. Once you reach the top you'll be asked to sign the guestbook before abseiling back down.