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.

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

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

The rain is pouring down in Jokkmokk and we are longing for the white clear winter days. The huskies has been in training already since the beginning of August and are just as happily excited and eager each new training run regardless of the weather. We sit wet and muddy on the quads and dream

With our sight fixed towards Sarek National Park we drove our fully loaded dogsleds west from Saltoluokta. This year Siergas Sami group had almost no reindeers in the area and we were relatively free to choose the route without interfering in their work with the reindeers. On this year’s Explore Sarek tour we had two

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

Our mission for this week was to carry luggage with dog sleds in Sarek National Park. The tour was made in cooperation with Mountain Guide Travel and the guide Magnus Strand who is an authorized mountain guide. During last autumn we got a request from Magnus to arrange with transportation, accommodation and food in Sarek

The 15th of March was the start date for one of our most extreme dog sled tours in our program. Eight days through Sarek National Park, where conveniences like cabins and marked trails don’t exist. This year we had Olle, Jens and Henrik as guests on the tour. Just before start we got green light

After a few days of rest for the dogs at home at the kennel we loaded sleds and dogs again for a new week tour (6 days) from Saltoluokta. On this tour followed Marianne and Roland from the southernmost parts of Sweden and Paola and Franco from Italy. On the first day we had hard