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Husky northern lights tour

Kalixforsbron 4, Kiruna

Immerse yourself in the Arctic’s serene night with our Kiruna Husky Northern Lights Dog Sledding Adventure. This tour is tailored for those who yearn for the tranquillity of mushing a dog sled through the dark Arctic landscape, with the hope of glimpsing the elusive Northern Lights, far from city lights. While we cannot promise the Northern Lights’ appearance, their ethereal beauty can add a touch of magic to this unique experience. This evening journey offers an authentic polar night experience, extending until the bright days of April.

Your adventure begins with a pickup from Kiruna town’s central area, followed by a journey to our welcoming home in Kalixforsbron. Here, you’ll be introduced to our friendly dogs and outfitted with winter overalls and winter boots. Under the guidance of our experienced musher, you’ll receive instructions on handling the dogs. Our sleds are designed for two participants, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience for both you and our huskies.

As you glide through the silent winter landscape, you’ll discover the beauty of the snow-covered terrain under the night sky. Our faithful huskies will lead you through snow-covered marshland, past snow covered trees, and over frozen lakes.

Upon your return to our base, you’ll have the chance to warm up around an open fire in our traditional Nordic tipi. With Swedish Fika we like to share our experiences and knowledge about the nature and culture in Kiruna, Swedish Lapland with you and make it a night to remember.
Finally, we’ll ensure a ride back to Kiruna Town, leaving you with cherished memories of your Kiruna Husky Northern Lights Dog Sledding adventure, whether or not the Northern Lights decide to make an appearance.

Our package includes transfers to and from Kiruna Town, along with the essential winter gear, such as winter overalls, boots, mittens, and hats and head torches. We recommend dressing warmly with a balaclava or scarf and layering up for comfort. For those with glasses, consider contact lenses.