Self drive husky tour 5-hour
"Friends rookie musher tour"
Share a sled with a friend, included lighter lunch
5 hour tour
Dog sledding 22 km
Bigger groups on request
Self drive husky tour 5-hours
Experience the feeling of sliding in a snowy, untouched and quiet winter landscape with a friend. You share a sled, one driving and one sitting. Your team with alaskan huskies will follow the experienced guide`s team.
We stop halfway for a rest and prepare lunch over an open fire. Here are good opportunities to take photos and cuddle with the dogs.
For those who want to learn more and experience longer adventures, we can offer expeditions tours, both in the more sheltered but snowy forest landscape or in the more wind-exposed landscape in the Swedish mountains.
Facts and booking
Price per person:
Safety-instructions to drive your own team.
Dog team 5-8 dogs
Meals and drinks:
Salmon or reindeer meat and vegetables cooked on open fire. Hot blueberry drink and cinnamon bun.
The arctic climate can be very cold. You need to be well prepared to stay warm and have a good experience during the activity.
We recommend that you wear warm under layers of wool and down. Use warm wool socks on your feet and of course use warm hat and mittens. The out layer of clothing will you get from us.
Before we start the tour will we make sure that you are well dressed. If you miss any clothes so it is usually possible to borrow here.
Due to safety reasons the lowest age for participants are 7 years. Person under 14 years old are not allowed to drive the sled.
All tours start from our homestead in Krokfors. Please arrive 10 minutes before the tour starts. If it looks empty when you arrive, just take it easy and I will arrive soon. The reason is that I have picked up guests from a nearby hotel and we will probably arrive home in a few minuts.
Transfer to Laplandhusky:
We can help you with transportation to get here.
Follow the transfer link for prices and options.
It's easiest to book online, but it's also work good to use our booking form. To reach me on the phone can be difficult, as I'm often out in areas where there is poor phone coverage.