Drive your own sled dog team through Swedish Lapland and discover the charm and mystery of the forests, wetlands, and lakes. Enjoy the scenery and the great outdoors.
- Person 10+ years old | Max. 4 People
Experience the Aurora Borealis dancing across the sky
This guided Aurora and dogsledding adventure is a three-day tour package combined with one night in our cozy guest house called the Yellow House and the second night in our Aurora teepees.
We start this tour mid-day and will run the dog teams in the dark, lighting up with head torches and hopefully Aurora borealis dancing across the sky.
Note: All food comes from the neighborhood and most ecological ingredients cooked by chef Donald Eriksson. Special food or vegetarian is no problem but must be ordered when you make the booking. Alcoholic beverages can be ordered.
What is included
- We can provide warm clothing for adults and teenagers
- Lunch and dinner stop
- Not included: Travel insurance, alcoholic beverages, transfer
Arrival around 11 AM.
Lunch will be served in the guest house and you will also get your warm winter clothes.
We start this tour mid-day and will run the dog teams in the dark, lit up with head torches and hopefully Aurora Borealis dancing across the sky.
Just the slight sound of the working dogs and runners in the snow will be with you for that day. You get to know your dogs and start to form a personal relationship. With every stop, and praise for the dogs, they learn to trust you and you to trust them.
You stay in our cozy Yellow House the first night, eat local food and drink a glass of organic wine.
After breakfast for us and the dogs, its time to embark on the trails again. In harmony with the running rhythm of your team, you will enjoy nature in a way you’ve never experienced before.
You will see some of the beautiful, remote back-country of south Lapland, and become one with your dog team. The tour will take you over frozen lakes and rivers, up smaller mountains and through pine tree woods.
After a few hours behind the dogs, we will have lunch “on the trail.” We’ll make a campfire to keep warm while we are having lunch. Maybe it will be reindeer burgers served today, or perhaps our famous smoked salmon soup, once tasted, never forgotten.
We’ll be back to the kennel late afternoon.
Dinner will be served in the guest house at 19.30 before it’s time to go walk down to your Aurora teepee for the night.
After a musher’s breakfast, we’ll go down to the kennel again to set up today’s teams.
Today’s tour will be a half-day tour with outdoor lunch somewhere along the trail. We’ll come back to the kennel around 13.30.