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.
At this time of year, we work a lot at home around the house and our kennel, both with administrative work but also maintenance of equipment. Occasionally we try to slip out on shorter trips in the surroundings of our home. Here is a short video from a hike just outside the center of Jokkmokk.
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
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
Here is a short movie from our kennel. Today we have 42 Siberian Huskies in the kennel and a litter of puppies will be born in October. Every day we let all the huskies free run in the big playground where they play around and socialize with each other under supervision from us. Training 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
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
A roasting hot summer in Jokkmokk with +27 C in the shadow. The summer proceeds with some shorter canoe tours, kennel visits and with people renting canoes and kayaks from us. Today a solo travelling guy rented a canoe for a two weeks canoe adventure in lake Karats. Two weeks to enjoy the silence and
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