Sleddog Northern Lights Tour in Lapland
To see the Northern Lights whilst on a Sled Dog Tour in Lapland is nothing short of a remarkable and unforgettable experience. Whilst we cannot guarantee them, suffice to say we see then often, so you do have a good chance. Sled Dog Tours in the evening are a very special experience, trusting in your powerful husky companions to pull your through the snow shrouded dark forests.
Our Sled Dog Kennel is located approx 17km outside the main tourist centre of Kiruna, we will collect you free of charge and bring you to get changed into our warm clothes before taking you into the very dark Poikkijärvi Woods, only a few kilometres away from the Torn River where the world famous Ice Hotel resides. Here our guides will show you around the kennels and explain a little about the huskies we have here. We like to let everyone get involved if they want and that helps you get to know your super friendly Husky team before we head out into the Lapland darkness in search of Aurora Borealis.
We will give you a very important training and safety course so you can travel with confidence and take care of your dog team before we depart, we will be around to help you at all times but we try and leave things under your control. You will help prepare your team of Husky Sled Dogs and soon we will glide into the sparkling snow under the Arctic Moon.
On this remarkable Sled Dog Tour with us, you will travel through the glistening snow covered forests, across lakes and swamps which are frozen solid and enjoy a taste of the winter solitude in the darkness and still of the Arctic night. We will stop in order to allow you to change drivers and take some photographs. Our experienced guides will also try and take some pictures of you on the dog tour so you have some memories of your amazing experience you can view later.
Once we arrive back at our camp we will give our furry friends a little treat of their favourite RAW meat and our guides will take them back to their warm dog houses.
Then we will take you to our Firehut and traditional Igloo if we have had enough snow to build it and cook some delicious local Salmon or Mushroom soup served with polar bröd over the warm open fire. Hopefully our Lapland Northern Lights will come out to play and you will have a little time left to snap some wonderful pictures of the Aurora.
- Warm overalls for dog sledding and Winter fun.
- Transportation to and from your hotel (with a 20km radius - see 'Extra details')
- Tasty supper (Please let us know in advance if you are vegetarian or have any food allergies).
Prices & Pickup
1750 sek for adults
1625 sek for students (Valid Student ID will be required)
950 sek for children between 6 and 12
We will pick you up at approximately 17:30. We will notify in advance by text or call. The tour ends at approximately 21:00.
For any date prior to 15th of November and after 1st of April, whether we can do a tour depends on the weather conditions. We will not be able to confirm this until nearer the time. If you make any bookings on those dates we will contact you directly.
For last minute bookings, please call us directly.
We do not pick up from Kurravaara unless it is for 7 or people people. You have the option to either drive to the kennel yourself or to Kiruna where we will pick you up.
The minimum age is 6 years due to the extreme climate. We may in exceptional circumstances allow younger children but please contact us directly.
We have no upper age limit but however we do operate in extreme conditions sometimes. Please advise us if you have concerns regarding the ages of the people in your group.
Two people share a team of Sled dogs and dogsled, both have the opportunity to drive. If you want to be driven by our guide please contact us in advance and we will try to accommodate this for you.
Please also note whilst you do not need to be an Olympic Sprinter. However, sometimes depending on the snow conditions, you may have to help the dog team a little, which is normal in our sport. Do let us know in advance, if you have any health issues as we may still be able to accommodate you. We can and will take physically challenged people if it is possible. So, please get in touch.