There is a lot of preparation that needs to be done for the upcoming dog sledding season. One of them is to open our trail system that we use for our dog sled tours. To prepare the trails we use snowmobiles and we spend many hours a winter for preparation and maintaining of the trails.

We have got a really early and good start of the winter here in Jokkmokk and Swedish Lapland this year. The ice on the lakes are already thick and safe in our immediate area and the weather forecast continues to promise low temperatures. This means that we can sleep well at night. Because if no

Finally, is our new website up running. It was hard work and it took much longer time than expected. We hope you like it and hope that everything works as it’s supposed to do without any bugs. If you find a bug, or if there is something you don’t understand don’t hesitate to contact us

The hot summer is over, and the fresh autumn air fills our lungs. The colors of nature have begun to change over in the autumn’s rich color range, and the northern lights are back and flickers over the sky during clear nights. Now in the autumn we train the huskies so that they are in

The winter season 2017 passed by quickly. Time flies when you have fun. This is maybe one of our most important motto. We as guides should feel that this is as enjoyable and fun as you as a guest think it is. That’s why we only offer tours that we love to do ourselves. Tours

The tourist season for the summer is over and we spend most of our time with training the dogs for the approaching winter. The huskies are in good shape and is as happy and excited before every training run. If you are curious about how we train our sled dogs take a look at the

Autumn training of our Siberian huskies are in full swing since the beginning of August. The dogs are harnessed in front of quads which they pull. The sleddogs happiness to start working again after the summer break can not be mistaken. They are as eager and enthusiastic as we are. As the temperature drops, we

The German DW Deutsche Welle came to us for a visit in November. They were filming a feature about Swedish Ecotourism for their series Fair Lifestyle – Travel. Stina was out on an Overnight tour with dog sled at the time together with Hilde and Simon from Belgium. Matti and the DW reporter joined on

The auroral activity is intensive at the moment. Many evenings and nights the Aurora Borealis is dancing over the sky here in Jokkmokk and it seems like we are going to have another dog sledding season with lots of Northern Lights. It’s getting darker earlier and earlier and many training runs with our huskies are