Picking a line or good route is an essential part to any good dog adventure.
Your choice of path will massively influence the fun on the walk.
Personally I am a big fan of going off-trail and making it up as I go along. With an extensive knowledge of the woods I will pick an area to explore and then do exactly that.
I will head in a rough direction, playing with the slopes and contours around us, but always within the capacities of the dogs in my group.
In picking a line I will often spot an area of wood or small hill which I have never stood a top before. And so we walk towards the goal. Clambering, jumping, jumping over and ducking under obstacles in our path.
On the descent I use very much the same approach as if I were to be skiing the slope in question. No cliff drops unless into deep powder but finding fun, meandering ways to descend.
It is this playful approach to picking a line which elevates the experience for both Walker and your dogs
Doggies: Zoe, Deano, Ferd, Simba and Wilma
Doggies: Lucy, Isak, Sara and Ilex
Doggies: Lucy, Haraka, Trassel and Ellie
Doggies: Saga, Kira, Marmite, Pippi and Ben
Doggies: Fridtjof, Leesi, Milli, Lottie and Lucy
Doggies: Sunny, Mari, Nola, Pippi and Tex
Doggies: Wilma, Zappa, Lucille, Ville and Fant
Doggies: Jello, Quila, Leopold, Freia and Lexi
Have a lovely evening with your doggies and we are back again in the morning for more dogwalking in Oslo nature.
Christina, Karianne, Linn, Veronica, Alex and Matt