The autumn is here and the temperature dips. After the summer’s midnight sun has brighten up the nights it’s once again dark at night. Nature’s colors shift from the healthy green shades to vibrant yellow, orange and red. The other night we saw our first Northern lights / Aurora Borealis for this season. Winter is

Throughout history, people have always been amazed and fascinated by the green and red light dancing over the sky in the nights. In Latin it is called Aurora Borealis. We who live above the Arctic Circle see it once in a while. Even so we often stop and look up to enjoy the spectacular light

Jokkmokkguiderna is proud to be listed as one of Volvo Cross Country Travels Top 50 Scandinavian Adventures . Last winter a film crew from Volvo was here filming me and 8 of our huskies . Their plan was to film us dog sledding in Sarek National Park but they had very short time, just one

Now you find us at Youtube! We have lots of material that need to be cut and edited and we will publish more movies gradually as we get time. This movie is from a dog led tour in the Tarravalley 2009. During this tour the photographer Hillebrant took the photos in the gallery Photo safari

Under de senaste åren har vi färdats mycket med våra hundar i området öster om Sareks Nationalpark. Här följer man en bit av Kungsleden och får en kombination av Svenska Turistföreningens bekväma stugor och det som ofta kallas Europas sista vildmark. De gamla fjällnära skogarna kombineras med Sareks höga och vassa fjäll. Ett område som

We drove north to Kiruna to pick up 7 dog sledges where they had been on repair and got some parts exchanged. It’s always nice to visit Göran Larsson who builds the Oinakka sleds, or to be more correct he IS Mr. Oinakka dogsled himself! We are not sponsored by Oinakka but use these sledges

During two very intense weeks Volker and me (Matti) from Jokkmokk has been on a course by the Wilderness Medicine Institute of NOLS. The host of the Wilderness First Responder course in Sweden is Crossing Latitudes. This is the next step after “the Wilderness First Aid course that both Stina and me made in Jokkmokk

Many of our guests choose the more environmental friendly way to travel and come with the night train from Stockholm to Lapland. The train company SJ that run the Stockholm – Jokkmokk stretch is now introducing a new travel term guarantee by delay on the train. If the train get 1 hour delayed they give

Finally we can present a new page on the web site about our Siberian huskies. The sled dogs are the centre of our business, both when it comes to our income, our time and the most important is that they take the largest place in our hearts. The name of the kennel is Working Husky

Laponia got the inscription as a world heritage by UNESCO in 1996. It’s the only world heritage in Scandinavia that fulfills the criteria for both cultural and natural importance and is one of 25 in the whole world. Laponia is a big nature area of 9 400 km² including Sarek, Padjelanta, Muddus and Stora Sjöfallet