Autumn has arrived in Lapland and all our tours for the summer and fall is now over. Last tour for the season was the Wildlife Expedition in Sarek National Park. Matti and the 7 participants saw many moose and got to see the northern lights but the last day in Sarek turned out to a
It’s the end of summer and we have been enjoying the summer with many nice adventures. We film a lot and make videos of our tours but also films of our huskies and the kennel. Here is a video from when Aija, one of our new Siberian Husky puppies, went on here first tent camping
Sarek National Park is the oldest National Park in Europe and here you will find the largest moose (elk) in Europe. Hunting has been banned in Sarek for a long time and therefore the moose have the chance to grow really big and they do not become so shy to humans. These are some of
Soon the summer is over and the beautiful autumn makes its entrance. The month of September offer a color exploding landscape, mosquito free days and dark nights with a chance to see the northern lights. We offer two hiking tours in September and there are still a few places left.
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
It’s time to plan for the summer. We are looking forward to dipping the paddle in the lake, pack our backpacks and lace up our hiking boots. The land of the midnight sun is the land of opportunities and the sun doesn’t go below the horizon during night. We get filled with energy and can
In the end of September, we head in to the valley of Rapadalen in Sarek National Park. Join this 7-days Wildlife Expedition in search of Bears, Lynx, Wolverines and last but not least the largest Moose bulls in Scandinavia, 18-24 September. Some of the highlights: ● Helicopter drop into Europe´s most remote wilderness ● Hike
The training of our sleddogs are in full swing. After the summer’s well deserved rest-period, we always start to train our huskies in the first part of August. Since we don’t have any snow on the ground at this time and therefor are unable to go with dogsleds we let them pull our quads instead.
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
Experience the autumn in the valley of Rapadalen in Sarek National Park. A 6-day wildlife expedition in search of Bears, Lynx, Wolverines and the largest Moose bulls in Scandinavia. Sarek National Park is the most remote wilderness area in Europe. No roads, no trails, no cabins, just pure nature. ● Helicopter drop into Europe´s most