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Enjoy a very special experience in Sweden's wild nature.
Enjoy the seclusion and silence as the dogs drag you across the untouched snowy plains.
Explore the landscapes of Swedish Lapland on a sled.
These lovely dogs are full of energy and will pull your sled effortlessly.
Experience impressive nature...
...and the original way to travel around these parts.
Hear the fine snow crunching under the runners
Feel the power of the dogs
Explore the landscapes with your guide
Take a dog sled ride through the this magical land of the dancing northern lights and the midnight sun. Far away from civilization you can leave the stress of everyday life behind and cross the far north in the original way. The endurance of the dogs and the unique landscapes make this an unforgettable experience.
For many people, driving a dog team over frozen lakes and through snowy landscapes is a life-long dream. Now we will make that dream come true - in Swedish Lapland, no less.
From far away you can hear the barking of the excited dogs, just waiting to be harnessed to the sled. Get to know the dogs and learn from your guide how a dog sled is steered and what is important in communicating with the animals.
At first it is hard to imagine that a handful of dogs can pull a full-grown human on a sled for hours over frozen lakes, snowy forest paths, and mountainous trails. But before you know it, the dogs will be pulling you effortlessly over the snow and the adventure will begin. Sit on the sled while your musher, the sled driver, guides your sled over the snow-covered ground. Feel the wind that the strong dogs with their incredible energy generate. Capture unforgettable moments with your camera and enjoy the silence in the endless expanses of Swedish Lapland.
Please note that this experience is only possible in combination with a stay at IGLOOTEL.
Duration of the trip: 1,5 hours