As a guest you will enjoy the expert help of our professional guides who will take care of you in every possible way. You will be in charge of your own team of 5-8 dogs.
The tour leader will manage a team of 8 to 12 dogs and carry most of the food and equipment. Your personal belongings, some dog food and equipment will be in your own sledge. We travel between 30 to 55 kilometers each day.
The day for you begins around 07.00 ��' 08.00 with a nice breakfast that your guide has prepared. After the breakfast we all pack our bags and go out to feed the dogs and clean after them. Around 10.00 ��' 11.00 the sledges are packed and it is time to go. After two ��' three hours we will stop to give the dogs a piece of meat, snacking and we also have lunch. The lunch for us depends on the conditions out; if it’s around minus15 C and below we just have a quick stop with a warm soup or energy bar and a cup of tea. If the weather is nice we sit down and make lunch over the stove.
After lunch we proceed again for another couple of hours until we reach the lodge where we will stay for the night. The dogs get their reward with a snacking and a good hug and we also give them a bed of straw to lay on before our dinner. After dinner we go out to the dogs again and give them a good meal and if it’s cold and windy we put on a jacket. The evening is rounded off with a warm drink and a sandwich before snuggling into our sleeping bags. During the day you can enjoy the vast expanses of this gorgeous landscape. We travel very quietly and if we are lucky we can spot mountain birds, eagles and animals such as reindeer and elk which are common and, of all Sweden's wild creatures, these are the ones you're most likely to spot. The shyer creatures such as lynx, wolverine, bears and wolves we often just see tracks from in the region we travel.
The terrain we travel through varies immensely. From dense forests and mountain birch covering the ground to open highlands with breathtaking views and deep valleys with lakes, full of white untouched snow. The Northern Light, the Arctic light, the colors, the smell of nature and the silent are something you have to experience because this cannot be explained by words alone.