Catch a ride with the huskies
Huskies love to run and they love cold. They can run distances of 50 kilometers in one day and prefer temperatures well below freezing. The leader dog in the team understands commands like “left”, “right” and “stop” and takes the lead from the musher.
Experiencing the bond between the team of relentlessly running, enduring huskies and the musher guide, and learning to interact with the husky dogs is only part of the experience. Traveling through the roadless country, on narrow woodland trails, and across frozen lakes with only the steady sound of paws on the snow and the creaking of the sled is exhilarating.
There are dog sledding tours for every taste and difficulty level, from short 90-minutes tours to extreme, multi-day expeditions. You can choose to come along as a passenger on the sled or try to drive a team of dogs with your own sled. In the summer and fall, you can experience the husky puppies and how the dogs are trained for the winter season with quad-bikes on a kennel visit.