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Husky afternoon tour

Kalixforsbron 4, Kiruna

Experience the magic of Swedish Lapland’s nature with our Kiruna Husky Afternoon Tour. This Kiruna Husky tour is designed for those seeking an authentic outdoor experience in the Arctic wilderness. Depending on the month you will see the polar night, the twilight sky, or a stunning sunset. Our favourite form of silent transportation through this natural arctic environment is a sled pulled by our Alaskan Huskies.

Your Kiruna Husky tour begins with a pick-up from Kiruna town’s central area, where we’ll take you to our home in Kalixforsbron. Here, you’ll meet our friendly Alaskan Huskies running freely on the yard and ready for some cuddles. You’ll receive expert guidance on handling the Kiruna Husky dogs. Our sleds are designed for two participants, taking turns steering. Our guides work to ensure the safety and well-being of both you and our huskies.

Experience the journey with sled dogs through the pristine Arctic landscape over frozen lakes, swamps, along the picturesque Kalix River and through snowy birch forests. This sustainable mode of transportation has its roots dating back to 1,980 B.C. Let’s find the tracks of mooses and reindeer, foxes and arctic heirs in the snow. We like to share our experiences and knowledge about the nature and culture in Kiruna, Swedish Lapland with you and make it a day to remember.

Upon your return to our base, we’ll gather around an open fire in our traditional Nordic tipi, indulging in a heartwarming session of Swedish Fika. Finally, we’ll provide the transfer back to Kiruna Town, leaving you with cherished memories of your Kiruna Husky Afternoon Tour.

We provide all the necessary winter gear, including winter overalls, boots, mittens, hats, and a headtorch. We recommend dressing warmly with a balaclava or scarf and layering up for comfort. For those with glasses, consider contact lenses.