Dog sledding is permitted in Reisa National Park on the paths and roads in uncultivated areas and everywhere in the mountains. Some people do dog sledding along the river in the wintertime and along the snowmobile trail from Gahperus to Somas.
It’s important that any dog sledding is done considerately and with caution, especially out of consideration reindeer which are easily scared by dogs.
Cycling is permitted on existing roads, paths and tractor roads in the national park and in the Ráisduottarháldi Protected Landscape Area. It’s important to stick to existing roads and paths, as much of the area is vulnerable nature.
The paths in the national park are rugged and unsuitable for cycling. However, the paths in the Ráisduottarháldi Protected Landscape Area are better suited for cycling.
Although the extent of horseback riding in Reisa is extremely limited, there are opportunities to experience Reisa by horseback. Any horseback riding in the national park and in the Ráisduottarháldi Protected Landscape Area must be on existing roads, paths and tractor roads, to avoid unnecessary wear and tear.