Winter

Aurora Wilderness

An amazing night tour suitable for anyone who doesn’t want to or isn’t able to drive their own dog sled. In this tour you and your group sit on a larger sled, driven by a professional guide. The sled is big enough for up to four adults, and you’ll be sitting on a warm reindeer skin. The tour takes you along the frozen river and through forests. On a clear night, the tour is lit by the moon and the starry sky. With some luck, we will also see the magic Aurora Borealis dance across the sky.

When
Thursdays and Saturdays
January at 6 pm
February–March at 7 pm

Price
From SEK 940/person

How it works
In this tour you are passengers on a sled driven by a professional guide. It’s very important to dress warm. You can borrow winter clothing at no cost, please let us know upon booking if you need this. We have a limited supply of children’s clothing. Contact us with any questions.

Good to know

  • Dress warm for your husky tour. Adult-size warm clothing and shoes are available to borrow in sizes S-XXXL/37-48.
  • We have a very limited supply of children’s clothing. Please dress your child very warm.
  • When it’s very cold we have safety precautions in place. In temperatures below -18 c, we don’t allow children under 12 on the tours. In temperatures -28 c to -32 c, we alter all tours to 1,5 hours. Below -32 c, we cancel all tours.

 

For who?

  • You need to be 15 years old or older, 155 cm tall and weigh minimum 50 kg in order to drive your own sled
  • Children under 3 years are not allowed to participate on a husky tour
  • Children ages 3–5, or shorter than 120 cm, may participate on a tour sitting in the lap of an adult only. For that reason, only 1 child between 3–5 years sled (with 2 adults) is allowed. If you want to go with several young children, please contact us before you make a reservation.
  • Children ages 5–15 may be a passenger but may not drive the sled.
  • For safety reasons, we do not recommend a dog sledding tour if you are pregnant. We advise against participation on a dog sledding tour from around week 20 of pregnancy.