Dog Sledding Lunch Tour – Passenger

Activity facts

Duration: 4 hours Suitable for: Everyone Age limit: 5 Included: Lunch & a seat as a passenger in a dog sled Gather at: Meeting Point
On this exciting tour you will travel as a passenger in the sled and enjoy an exhilarating dog sled ride in the beautiful boreal landscape that surrounds the Torne River.
Your team is driven by an experienced musher who is happy to answer your questions throughout the trip. Halfway into the journey a warming lunch is served at a cosy wilderness camp. The tour ends at Icehotel.

Booking Information
For all our tours that include food we need to know your diet restrictions or food allergies. Please fill in this information in the booking flow.

At the activity day, we gather at Meeting point 15 minutes before start time, equipped and ready. Please note that you as a guest are personally responsible to visit Riverside Lobby well ahead to get equipped. Read more important information down below.

Practical information about our tours


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Your clothing is the most important part in order to be able to enjoy your activity to the fullest. We strongly advise you not to underestimate the cold in the Arctic during the winter months and to carefully follow our recommendations regarding clothing and equipment. Our guides have the right to deny anyone dressed wrongly or too cold to join the tour.

It is mandatory to wear warm clothes that are adapt to arctic weather. Loan of warm winter overall, warm shoes, gloves, and balaclava is included for you as a guest to this tour. Visit Riverside Lobby well in advance to get equipped.

Required to bring
Dress warm underneath, preferably in thermal clothing, a warm middle layer, and hat. Can also be nice to bring your own glasses or ski goggles.

Bring a camera for chances to take great photos during the tour.

Keep in mind

Children under 5 years old are not recommended to do this activity, especially between December and February when it can be very cold. We have Arctic weather which means that we during winter have extreme temperatures and short daylight hours. In winter, temperatures in Jukkasjärvi can drop down to as low as -40 C (-40 F).

Safety is always of highest priority to us at Icehotel. We therefore reserve us the right to deny anyone with a severe medical condition or physical limitations to join our activities, if we feel that it is a risk of safety. If you have any medical conditions or other concerns regarding your physical ability and want to join any of our activities, please advise our booking department before booking, you reach them at [email protected]
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