Dream away to the white snowy expanses and imagine the wind on your cheeks when you stand behind the sled after a bunch of happy Siberian huskies. Here is a video from one of our tours called Crossing Lapland with dog sled. Although the film was shot in 2009 is just as relevant today. The

Once again we can look back on a wonderful winter season! Lapland has once again delivered a winter full of snow with sparkling northern lights, cold, storms, quiet starry nights, sunshine, blue sky and much more. Our huskies are closest to our hearts and they have as always helped us in the best way to

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

Dog sledding season is on! November has so far delivered with snow, cold temperatures and fabulous Northern Lights . What more can you wish for! The first Overnight tour with dog sled has already been done with a happy couple from Australia that took a visit to Jokkmokk on their Scandinavian road tour. We are

Soon we can sum up yet another fine winter season. For our part a really good season from several angles. Lots of bookings, fantastic tours and last but not least very nice guests as usual. Now in the end of the winter season we can conclude that the dogs are doing well and are in

Elsa and Rasmus from Denmark were two of four guests that joined on our longest tour called Explore Sarek National Park 2013. They sent us a movie with film clips and pictures from the tour and wrote: Hej Stina and Matti! Thank you for a fantastic trip in Sarek National Park. It has been an

We have had lots of guests and lots of wonderful tours so far this winter. Spring is now approaching and the longer dog sledding adventures are running. This winter have offered us lots of snow and quite cold winter days but that’s just perfect for dogsledding. Most of our longer dog sledding tours and expeditions

We have been able to run dog sledding tours since November. In the beginning only short tours but now the winter is in full swing and Jokkmokk’s forests are like a winter wonderland with lots of snow and it feels like sledging in a book of fairy tales. We have lots of fun trails and

Christmas is over and soon 2011 is history. In the days in between Christmas and New Years Eve I head out on a midwinter tour with Emily and Mathieu from France. Emily and Mathieu booked a private tour for just the two of them. Four days and three nights out in the woods full of

It seems like the winter is here to stay. The snow cover the ground and the ice on the lakes is growing thicker and thicker. This week we could go on another four day dog sled tour</a in the Jokkmokk forests. What I appreciate the most on these tours is to just live out in