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Dogsled Tours in Kiruna

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We offer a variety of Daily and Private Tours

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Dogsled Tour during Sunset with Huskies in Kiruna

Dog sledding in Winterland

You will sit comfy and relaxed on warm reindeer skins in a big wooden sled, ready to explore the wonderful winter landscape of Oinakka.

from SEK 1,350.00

Dogsled Tour in Kiruna during Northern Lights (Aurora)

Northern Lights Husky Hunt

This tour will take you into the wonderful snow covered surroundings of Oinakka. We will take you through the sparkling frozen winter wonderland.

from SEK 1,395.00


Drive your own Husky Team

On this dog sledding tour you will get to drive your own team of sled dogs. Two people share a team of 5-6 Alaskan huskies through a beautiful landscape.

from SEK 2,300.00

Dog Sledding in Kiruna

Dogsled Tour during Sunset with Huskies in Kiruna

You will sit comfy and relaxed on warm reindeer skins in a big wooden dogsled, ready to explore the wonderful winter landscape of Kiruna and its surroundings. The dogsled will be driven by one of our guides who will take you through the sparkling frozen winter wonderland with old pine tree forest, frozen lakes and swamps.

Dogsled Tour in Kiruna during Northern Lights (Aurora)

This tour will take you into the wonderful snow covered surroundings of Kiruna. Enjoy the silence of the polar night as you wait for the Northern Lights to appear and light up the dark sky.

from SEK 1,495.00

Drive your own Husky Dogsled

Hundspannstur i Kiruna

On this dog sledding tour you can steer your own team of sled dogs. With a team of 4 Alaskan Huskies you will steer your own dogsled through the glittering frozen winter landscape with old pine forests, frozen lakes and swamps.

from SEK 2,500.00

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We have been offering tours through beautiful Swedish Lapland for several years and have grown into one big family. Learn more about us and get to know our charming Huskies.

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Start your adventure today, start your dogsled tour today.

Choose from a variety of breathtaking activities or send us your questions – We will be happy to answer them.

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Sit on a sled

Enjoy a ride through magical landscapes, sitting on a sled driven by your guide and pulled by eager huskies.

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Drive a sled

A hands-on tour for those who want to drive a sled and help preparing the dogs. Two people per sled: 1 driver, 1 passenger. We switch roles during the tour.

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Guided Kennel Visit

Meet our fluffy friends. Guided kennel visit (+ transfer time) during which you can cuddle the younger and older dogs. You will…

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Winter tours tours from end of november to mid-april.

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Evening tour

Enjoy an evening ride, sitting on a sled driven by your guide, her headlamp lighting up the way. If we are lucky, we might see some northern lights.

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Evening Snow Shoes Tour

Snowshoes tour in the evening – suitable for beginners We will follow a small trail in the forest, going up to a…

Husky Voice is a small dog sledding company, operating since 2013. We take a maximum of 4 guests per tour. We are based in Swedish Lapland, 200 km north of the Arctic circle line, about 12 km from Kiruna and 6 km from the Ice Hotel in Jukkasjärvi.

When booking an activity with Husky Voice, you get one contact, Stephanie Peluchon, from your booking to the end of the tour. Stephanie is French and lived 10 years in London before moving to Lapland in 2008. “My goal is to give you the best experience possible with a personalized guided experience. I look forward to meeting you on our tour.” Read more about Husky Voice >

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Summer & Autumn Tours Tours from June to November

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Hiking tour

Meet our friendly huskies and take a walk through the forest, pulled by one of them.

Train the Sled Dogs Tour - Husky Voice dog sledding

Train the sled dogs

Participate to the autumn training of our sled dogs. Help us preparing the dogs and sit on a quad driven by your guide.

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Northern light tour

Autumn is a great time to observe the northern lights before the snow comes. While waiting for the lights to appear, we might ear the ice “talking”.

Why choosing Husky Voice

Small groups.

4 guests maximum per tour

Personalised service

I try to give you the best experience possible.

Good care of our dogs

The well-being of my dogs comes first.

I have a kennel of about 16 huskies, mostly (fluffy) Alaskan huskies and a couple of Siberian huskies.

The dogs are part of my family. My “retired” dogs get as much care as my “working” dogs and have a place in our home until the end of their life. We are not a husky farm, we are a home with huskies! Discover our dogs >

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  • About Husky Voice

Husky Voice is a small dog sledding company, operating since 2013. We take a maximum of 4 guests per tour.

We are based in Swedish Lapland, 200 km north of the Arctic circle line, about 12 km from Kiruna and 6 km from the Ice Hotel in Jukkasjärvi.

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Kiruna Sleddog Tours

Welcome to Kiruna Sleddog Tours.The home of 6 time Iditarod finisher Mats Pettersson and his crew.

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Choose Your Next Adventure

Our goal is to help you create unique and memorable experiences. You will get an unforgettable holiday when you glide through breathtaking landscapes of Swedish lapland, deep snow-covered forests and explore the rest of beautiful nature under the amazing Northern Lights. 

What’s better than to follow us on our wilderness tours and stay in our relaxed accommodations at Kiruna Sleddog Tours. Enjoy Europe’s last wilderness on a sled or snowmobile with only the nature around you.

If you’re interested in longer multiple day tours, please check out our other kennel: Snowtrail Dogcamp . Located between Kiruna and Gällivare, laying far away from the road and in the middle of the woods it provides a unique experience for those who seek to disconnect for a while.

Welcome to Kiruna Sleddog Tours

We are an outdoor company which provides sleddog tours, snowmobile tours and fishing trips in the north of Europe and the arctic landscape. Our kennel is located in Kiruna (Sweden) 300 km north of the Polar Circle. We offer personal and private sled dog activities, from kennel visits to 2-3 hours tours, and to more demanding expedition tours. All year around.

This is also the home of multiple superstars sled dogs. Mats Pettersson, owner of Kiruna Sleddog Tours, has finished the longest and toughest sleddog races in the world, the Iditarod, 6 times before (2014-2019). And each year he competes, 14 of his racing dogs are selected to be part of his team in Alaska for a 1000 miles long race.

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We always work with professional outdoor guides. The safety of both humans and dogs is always our top priority, as is quality over quantity with our carefully curated travel services. When you visit Kiruna Sleddog Tours, you are getting a first-hand experience of what it is like to work with these beautiful, and powerful dogs. The kennel has approximately 60-80 sled dogs. Mats, the owner, has +30 years experience of working with huskies. All of the employees at Kiruna sleddog tours are equipped with extensive experience within the tourism industry and outdoor life and everyone wants to share the best possible adventure for the guests. Everyone working at the kennel knows each of the dogs by their name and personality. And we love to share it with all our guests. Come by the kennel, meet our dogs and guides. We’ll make sure you’ll get a sled dog experience you’ll remember and share for a long time.

Our offers are intended for companies, groups and private persons with an interest in unusual experience, example hunting trips with sled dogs, ice-fishing and aurora lights trips.

We always put the food in focus with exciting meals from Norrland and with raw material which comes directly from Nature. If you like we can tailor make your stay here after your very own wishes.

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Snowmobiling & Husky Tours Kiruna by Lapland Sleddog Adventures

Enjoy a stunning experience with Lapland Sleddog Adventures

No snowy, winter holiday would be complete without taking the opportunity for a sled dog tour with a gorgeous pack of huskies leading the way.

For husky tours Kiruna visitors will love, take a look at what we have to offer here at Lapland Sleddog Adventures. You can not only stay in our stunning guest lodge and relax in our sauna, but you can also choose from a range of different sled dog activities, from enjoying a sit-down dog sled ride, to driving your own dog sled and even seeing the Northern Lights on a sled dog tour.

Husky Tours

This is a sit-down dogsled ride.

Morning Forest Escape By Dogsled (in daylight)

Evening Aurora Hunt Husky Tour (chance to see Northern Lights)

Includes a break for coffee, homemade cake and husky cuddles!

Drive a Dogsled Tour

Would you like to drive your own dogsled ?

On this tour you get your own team of huskies and the chance to drive the sled through the frozen Lapland Wilderness and out over the Torne river.

Snowmobiling Tour

Would you like to take a snowmobile ride , speeding down the frozen Torne river to the famous ICEHOTEL ?

This tour is guided, with options to include the ICEHOTEL tour ticket and a buffet lunch.

Stay in our luxury lodge

Would you like to stay overnight in the wilderness but in warmth and comfort?

Come and stay with us in our luxury Swedish Lodge .

Both short day tours and multi-day packages are available to give you the best husky tour Kiruna has to offer.

Our day tours take place in both the daytime and evening, where a pack of 12-14 friendly and energetic huskies will transport you either on a stunning forest escape or beautiful aurora hunt. In terms of experiencing a snapshot husky tour Kiruna is the perfect spot.

Our multi-day tours include private experiences with our professional guides – and, of course, our wonderful team of huskies. Different packages have different experiences, so you can choose the perfect tour to make your trip just right for you. Options include a visit to the famous ice hotel, trips on a snowmobile and forest snowshoe walks. Not to mention, every tour includes a personal welcome at Kiruna airport, stays in our premium lodge, access to our private sauna, a chance to see the breath-taking Northern Lights and warm outer clothing and boots for the duration of your trip.

Multi-day options range from three days to a full seven-day ‘hands-on’ dog sledding experience, which includes nights in a deluxe lodge, cabin and tent for the full husky tours Kiruna experience.

 Lapland Sleddog Adventures is run by husband and wife team, Milos Gonda and Gaynor Leeper.

“Our goal is to provide superior service in sled dog tourism, whether that’s satisfying the wishes of our guests or giving the best possible care to our dogs. We put our heart and soul into everything we do and every experience we provide so we know our guests will return home happy, whether you’ve been with us for a few hours or a week.”

Feel like Gaynor is a familiar face?

You may have seen her and Milos on TV! Gaynor featured on Ben Fogles ‘Lives in the Wild’, Channel 5, Series 3, episode 4 back in 2014.

Ben went up to stay for a week with Gaynor and Milos to find out what moving from the city of London to the middle of the Lapland wilderness was like!

Back then Gaynor and Milos were living a slightly different life! so don’t fear as you won’t be subject to outdoor toilets and no showers. Since the program aired the luxury guest lodge has been built.

Read more about Gaynor’s dynamic change of life style  here  in an interview she did with The Times online in 2016.

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Dog Sledding Adventures

In kiruna in swedish lapland, day trips & overnight excursions, drive your own team or ride as a passenger.


Your No. 1 provider of dog sledding trips in Kiruna, Swedish Lapland

More than 30 years of happy dogs.

Dog sledding in Kiruna is a must-do during your visit to Swedish Lapland. Exploring the Arctic wilderness by dog sledge is not only a big outdoor winter adventure, it is also an eco-friendly way of travelling. We have been offering dog sledding trips in Kiruna and Jukkasjärvi for over 30 years and know all the secrets to a fun and relaxing outdoor winter adventure in Arctic Lapland. Our guests can choose between trips where they ride as a passenger in the sled and fully interactive trips where they drive their own dog team. Our motto is that Dog Sledding is for Everyone!

Your dog sledding adventure in Kiruna is just a click away

30 years experience.

Active Lapland is one of the most experienced providers of dog sledding trips in Kiruna and Sweden, for big and small groups.

Daily departures

Daily trips from mid Nov to late April. Reservations accepted up until 5:00PM on the day prior to trip. Free cancellations 7 days or more prior to departure.

Pickup from your hotel

Our pick-up service includes pickup and return transfer to/from all hotels within 20 km of Kiruna and Jukkasjärvi.

Professional guides

Our experienced dog sledding guides are our greatest assets. Many of them return to work with us season after season.

Winter gear included

Don’t worry about the cold – the use of quality winter gear is included in all our trips and will keep you warm and comfy.

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Our private wilderness camps provide the perfect setting for a peaceful and genuine nature experience.

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Our location by the Torne River makes it easy to combine dog sledding with a visit to the world-famous ICEHOTEL.


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4 of the best dog sledding tours in Kiruna

For many people visiting the far north of Sweden, a dog sledding tour is one of the highlights of their trip.

And it’s true: there’s a LOT to love about whizzing through a pristine snowscape with a pack of friendly sled dogs.

Kiruna is easily one of the best places in all of Swedish Lapland to start your sledding adventure, with tonnes of tourist-friendly amenities on its doorstep. Here are some tips and tour recommendations to get you started!

Kiruna is one of the best places in Sweden for dog sledding

Why is Kiruna such a great place for dog-sledding?

Let’s be blunt: Kiruna isn’t a beauty spot in its own right. Rather, it’s a large-ish, industrial-looking city that’s best known in Sweden for its enormous iron ore mine .

However, the area around Kiruna is stunningly beautiful. The frozen mountains and river valleys remain almost pristine, and they’re just perfect for dog-sledding adventures, with plenty of beauty spots to stop at for photos, snow angels and story telling around the campfire.

You’re also within easy reach of other big Swedish Lapland attractions such as the world-famous Icehotel .

Not only that, but Kiruna has two big advantages over other places that offer sled tours in Swedish Lapland.

Firstly, there are direct flights and overnight train services from central Stockholm (handy if you’re short on time).

And secondly, the city has a surprisingly good selection of places to stay, from cheap-ish hostels to high-end hotels that cater to a mix of Nordic businesspeople and international tourists.

The scenery around Kiruna is stunning

When is the best time to go dog sledding in Kiruna?

Snow can fall in Kiruna pretty much all year round, and it’s not unheard of to get flurries in September or even June.

That said, for the best chance of a decent covering of snow, you’ll need to visit between late October and April. Most Kiruna dog sledding tours operate between those two months.

Daylight should also be a major consideration when planning a trip to Kiruna. While December and January are very chilly, with an extremely high chance of good snow, they are also extremely dark months with barely an hour or two of useful light per day.

So if you’re keen to see the local scenery in all its glory (and still have a good chance of snow for your dog sled tour) our advice is to aim for the shoulder months of October, November, February and March.

What to expect on a dog-sledding tour in Kiruna

Most dog-sledding tours start with meeting the sled dogs at their kennels and getting a briefing from your guide, who will run through all of the basic safety instructions.

Normally you’ll ride for a while and stop for food somewhere in the wilderness – in most cases it’s a simple, traditional meal cooked over an open fire. Opportunities for chatting on the actual sleds are quite limited, so this can be a fun way to meet with other participants.

Longer tours can last for several days and include accommodation, musher training and other activities like ice fishing or snowmobiling.

For most tours, it’s possible to arrange to be picked up or dropped off from your hotel or Airbnb.

How much does dog sledding cost in Kiruna?

Just like in Tromsø , Scandinavia’s other big dog-sledding hub, husky tours in Kiruna can be expensive.

A half-day tour that allows you to drive the dogs yourself usually starts are around 2000 SEK (approx 200 USD) per person.

However, there are also more affordable options available, such as shorter tours where you get to meet the dogs and experience a shorter sled ride, usually just as a passenger rather than a ‘musher’.

So, is it worth the money?

Kiruna’s dog sled tours certainly ain’t cheap but for most visitors this is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that is definitely worth the cost.

Not only do you get to experience the thrill of dog-sledding through magical scenery, but there’s also a good chance you’ll be able to combine the tour with other bucket list activities like seeing the northern lights. Some tours like this one actually combine dog sledding with aurora spotting!

Having a hard time deciding which dog sled tour to book? Here are four of our favourites, including morning, afternoon and evening sessions that each offer something totally unique.

See the northern lights from your dog sled

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Setting out from Kiruna in the evening, this epic northern lights tour is something truly special.

After getting to know the dogs, you’ll learn how to steer your own sled through the darkness (don’t worry, the snow brightens things up a lot more than you’d expect).

Because it’s dark, you’ll have a very good chance of seeing the northern lights on clear nights – and whatever happens, you’ll wrap up the tour with a hot drink around the campfire and some traditional Swedish fika .

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Start the day with dog sledding

You can head out early on this Kiruna dog sled tour

Early riser? This self-drive tour might be just what you need.

Heading out in the morning, you’ll have a full five hours to practice mushing. Along the way, you’ll stop for hot soup and sandwiches in a Nordic tipi. There’s even a chance you’ll spot some of the local wildlife – from elk and reindeer to arctic hares.

Not a bad start to the day, and you’ll be back in town in plenty of time for a lazy afternoon and dinner.

Sled into the sunset

Sunset dog sled tour in Kiruna

For a mix of day and night sledding, try this option instead .

Departing from Kiruna in the afternoon, it’s a slightly shorter tour than the morning version mentioned above.

There’s less chance of seeing wildlife, but you’ll get to experience the wilderness in the daylight and then see the sun set over the snowy horizon. Of course, once it’s dark, there’s the potential for some aurora-spotting too!

Head far beyond the city

Kiruna dog sled tours

With free, early morning pick ups from lots of handy hotels in downtown Kiruna, including Camp Ripan and Scandic Ferrum, this sunrise husky tour actually gets going around 17km outside of town.

The sleds on this tour seat up to 4 people at once, making it a good option for families or small groups who aren’t too worried about driving the sled themselves, and just want to enjoy the experience.

Frequently asked questions

Still not sure whether to book your tour? These questions and answers should help!

Is dog-sledding a traditionally Swedish thing?

Some tourism websites claim that the Sami people, the region’s indigenous people, have a long tradition of using sled dogs for transportation and hunting. This isn’t true (Sami people traditionally used reindeer, not sled dogs ) and dog sled tours were first imported in the 1980s to try and bring more tourists to the area.

Is dog-sledding cruel in Sweden?

Dog sled tours aren’t actually that controversial in Sweden, at least from an animal welfare standpoint.

All of the companies that offer dog-sledding tours in Kiruna are held to high standards of animal welfare, and normally you can find information about their policies and commitments on their individual websites.

In our experience, Swedish sled dogs seem genuinely happy, at least once they are out on the ice and snow. But of course, there’s still a wider question about the ethics of using huskies for entertainment, so it’s important to do your own research and make an informed decision.

What should you bring on a dog-sledding tour in Kiruna?

When preparing for a dog-sledding tour in Kiruna, it’s important to dress warmly and bring appropriate gear for the cold weather. You’ll need warm clothing, including a hat, gloves, and sturdy boots. It’s also a good idea to bring a camera to capture the stunning scenery, as well as some decent filling snacks to keep you going during the tour.

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Sit Down Husky Ride Dog Sled Tour in Kiruna

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  • Fresh coffee made over a fire
  • Homemade cake served at our tipi tent
  • Arctic outerwear provided
  • Pickup and drop-off from designated meeting points
  • English speaking driver/guide
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  • Lapland Sleddog Adventures, Viltvägen 12, 981 46 Kurravaara, Sweden Take the Kurravaara road out of Kiruna. After 7km, as you start to go downhill look out for two small bus stop signs either side of the road. Turn right directly at the bus stop sign onto a small track. We are the first property on the right (500 metres). Arrival time is 09.30.
  • Please be ready at the pick-up location a few minutes before the times below, as unfortunately we are not able to wait for late guests. Please be aware the driver may arrive a few minutes earlier or later than the mentioned time, depending on the number of pick-up locations on the day. Scandic Hotel - 09.15 (for 09.30 tour), 12.30 (for private tour) Hotel Arctic Eden / SPiS (close to Bishops Arms Hotel) - 09.20 (for 09.30 tour), 12.30 (for private tour) Camp Ripan - 09.25 (for 09.30 tour), 12.30 (for private tour) PLEASE NOTE, if you select 'I will select my pickup location later', it is the guests responsibility to contact us with your choice of pick up location (from the above list) at least 16 hours prior to the tour.
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not recommended for travelers with back problems
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • Most travelers can participate
  • Infant seats are available for the vehicle transfer
  • Guests should be able to sit on a low bench seat with knees bent
  • Not suitable for babies under 2 years - very young children should be able to sit up unaided
  • Guests weighing more than 100kg should notify us before booking the tour. In some circumstances, unfortunately, we may request that you book 2 places on the sled, for your own comfort and the comfort of our other guests sharing the sled with you.
  • Guests must be mobile and able to sit on the sled with knees bent
  • Pregnant guests join at their own risk
  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
  • This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 12 travelers
  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

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  • soizeu 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Unforgettable experience…!! What an incredible and unforgettable experience (Lapland Triple) - one we will remember for a long time! Gaynor, Milos and the team are friendly and exceptionally experienced in their field and made us feel so welcome. We stayed for 3 days in their beautiful warm and fully equipped lodge and under their guidance and instruction, were privileged to dog sled with our own little team and snow mobile through the forest and over the frozen lakes. Arctic clothing and boots were provided so we were never cold! If I could give them 10 stars, I would!! We hope to return again one day!! Thank you! Read more Written February 23, 2024
  • davehD2009DK 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Superb Experience My daughter and I had an amazing few days doing the Taste of the Wild trip. The on site lodge accommodation was excellent. Our guide Maurice was fabulous. He was knowledgeable, friendly and easy to get on with which is so important on an overnight wilderness trip, nothing was too much trouble. The dogs were superb and it was clear just how much Gaynor, Milos and their team cared for each and everyone of them. Whether you want a shorter trip or an overnight trip like we did I would highly recommend Lapland Sled Dog Adventures - you won't be disappointed. Read more Written February 9, 2024
  • Christine1309 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Unbelievable fantastic experience absolutely worth it Very professional and well organized. The two guides were very knowledgeable and helpful. The dog teams were so enthusiastic and well trained it made the trip through the beautiful countryside amazing. Although it was -30 degrees it was a fantastic day and really worth braving the cold 🥶 Read more Written January 18, 2024
  • Jonnyle 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Highlight of our Lapland visit - A must! What a fantastic morning we had with the guides and the dogs. The guides were very knowledgable and shared this throughout the ride, which made it all the more interesting. The dogs were very excited to be working in the snow and clearly loved every minute too. Well worth doing this tour, a highlight of our stay. They have all the outdoor cloths to borrow if you don’t have what is necessary, so you’ll be super warm and prepared. Read more Written January 16, 2024
  • clare h 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Five of the most memorable days of our family’s life We stayed in the cabin onsite and it was perfect for our family of 5. Toasty warm, clean, with all the facilities we needed. The guides were friendly, helpful and helped us plan our days here. The dogs full of character and it was a treat to live alongside them for a few days . Read more Written January 13, 2024
  • _mervesena_88 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles great experience with a two year old kid It was an amazing experience for me and my family. We joined the tour with our baby who is 2. At first I was really anxious about his safety. But they were really caring and there was no necessary to get anxious. They provided us brand new arctic wear , we have not felt cold at all. I thank them all especially Michelle and Nathalie. We returned our home with a wish to go there again. My little son plays a game every day, he flies a plane and takes all of us to Kiruna for seeing the dogs. I strongly recommend ... Read more Written January 11, 2024
  • Stay10254994078 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Absolutely amazing! Highly recommended Absolutely amazing! Although we didn’t see the northern lights because of bad conditions due to cloud coverage, it was still an excellent experience that we’d highly recommend to anyone in Kiruna. The dogs were super cute, the staff very friendly, and the trip really relaxing sledding through the beautiful, dark, snowy landscape. Read more Written December 24, 2023
  • BellevueEuropean 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Great Christmas Experience Very friendly and informative guide that knew so much about the area and obviously loved working with the dogs. They had coats, boots, and snow pants that made the overall experience very warm. Read more Written December 24, 2023
  • rickl126 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Once in a lifetime incredible experience We’ve just come back to the U.K. after an amazing 48hrs in Kiruna. The highlight was the AMAZING private afternoon sled dog tour with Gaynor and Michelle. My wife and I and our 3 teenage boys learnt so much about the dogs, and the incredible views sledding through the forests and over the river in the thick snow were to die for! It’s often hard to get teenagers really engaged but they loved the trip (and of course the dogs) and rated it a true 10/10. The real highlight was when we stopped for coffee and fika and saw the most amazing nacreous clouds which are ultra rare and gave the snow an amazing pink hue. THANK YOU Gaynor and MIchelle - this was one of the most amazing travel experiences we have ever done! Read more Written December 18, 2023
  • Rhyan S 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Amazing family experience. Absolute holiday highlight. What an amazing experience. Absolute bucket list stuff. If you can stay a few days, do it and enjoy the range of activities. Whilst the day trips look fabulous, the ability to do longer dog rides (steering your own sled), wilderness cabin lunches, snowmobile safaris and helping with the dogs is great for the whole family. The staff were great and allowed the kids to really get involved. They also went out of their way to help with our food tolerances. Would highly recommend it. Read more Written December 16, 2023
  • Van-Evans6 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Don’t miss this experience! This was one of the funnest experiences I have had in my travels. I travel internationally one week per month, and have seen many wonderful things in the world. Occasionally,, an experience stands out. This was one of them. The dogs were sweet and hard-working and funny. The staff was friendly and generous. I loved that they let me guide my own team. The two hour experience was visually spectacular. I recommend these people for their personable and focused attention. Read more Written November 22, 2023
  • Sue W 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Amazing holiday with a great company From the minute we booked our holiday with this company we knew we were going to enjoy our time with Gaynor and Milias. ( Gaynor had sent us videos if her puppies prior to our arrival) and we couldn’t believe how much they had grown. It is obvious how much they care for their dogs and how well they are looked after. We stayed in their super cozy lodge which was really well situated and equipped with everything we needed for our self catering break We chose the two day sleddog adventure which involved going out with a great guide ,Geoffrey. We left base on the Wednesday morning and made our way to a cabin in the wilderness. This took all day with welcome snack breaks for us and the dogs and then a lovely lunch of reindeer steak sandwiches cooked over an open fire. Arrived at the cabin, and first of all helped unharness dogs and bedded them down for the night. We were allowed to help as much or as little as we wanted but we felt it was great to get to know our dogs learning how to harness them etc. Geoffrey prepared our moose casserole supper, and as there is no electricity was nice by candle light Then after dark we were treated to a fantastic display of the Nordic Lights. On our return to base the next day treated to a traditional wood fired Swedish sauna. Perfect On the next day we took a guided ski doo trip to the Ice Hotel which was well worth a visit, good buffet lunch and fun to look around the ice sculptures There was plenty of walking near by which was enjoyed The snow clothing provided was very good and although temperatures were down to -20oC we were never cold To summarise we had a fantastic trip and would certainly recommend this company Read more Written March 21, 2023
  • 819lisaf 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Amazing and unforgettable experience! My friend and I booked a snowmobile private tour just the day before the activity (planned for Sunday). It was really amazing, the weather was super and we enjoyed a lot riding the snowmobile through the forest and on the lake and the river in Kiruna. We were two in a single motorbike (paying 2700 sek for both), switching the positions and being the driver and the passenger time by time. At the half of the track, we sat in a typical tipi (the Sami tent) to warm us up a bit and have a cup of coffee and a delicious slice of homemade cake. Thanks for everything, you are the best!!! Read more Written March 13, 2023
  • haleybH5396UC 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Once in a lifetime amazing experience! My dogsledding adventure with Lapland Sleddog Adventures was absolutely amazing. It was an experience of a lifetime and everyone that works there is wonderful (and of course, all of the beautiful dogs ❤️). They provide all the cold weather gear you could need, so you’re very comfortable. Half way through, you get warm coffee and a treat. If you’re considering booking this experience, DO IT! You won’t regret it 😊 Read more Written December 1, 2022
  • Frederic523 0 contributions 5.0 of 5 bubbles Fantastic ! Multi Day Trip Into the Wilderness Passion for what they do, dedication to their guests and genuine approach, is truly what these people are about. The 3 of us had a week’s holiday we will never forget with Milos & Gaynor! They’re super experienced, well organised with brilliant and well looked after dogs and provide top notch equipment. Their lodge is of a very high standard, very comfortable and tastefully decorated. A special thanks to Milos who guided us into the wilderness for several days: He was unassumingly mega efficient to ensure everything worked as planned with a smile on his face. He was a fabulous coach to the 3 Artic rookies we were and, to top it all cooked us great food. What a guy! And of course, we were hugely grateful and felt privileged to be pulled by these incredibly powerful dogs across huge distances in stunning scenery. A connection with nature and the elements that none of us experienced before with such intensity - Priceless A Major Thank You Read more Written July 3, 2022

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Sit Down Husky Ride Dog Sled Tour in Kiruna provided by Lapland Sleddog Adventures

Kiruna Husky


This tour is ideal for you if you want to get a real outdoor experience later in the day while driving your own dog sled team through the arctic wilderness.

Kiruna nature tour by sled

Discover Swedish Lapland by dogsled during the sparkle of the polar night, with a twilight colored sky or the sun set.

Drive your own sled dog team

After picking you up from Kiruna town’s central area, we will take you to our home in Kalixforsbron, where you will meet our dogs and get dressed in warm winter clothing and shoes that we provide. You will usually be taught how to handle and harness the dogs. Two participants share one sled and take turns steering and sitting. For your and our huskies safety a detailed instruction is given by the guide before heading off into nature.


Work together with our well trained huskies whilst being pulled through the white blanked wilderness along the Kalix river. This sustainable way of transportation dates back to 1,980 B.C

warm up with hot lunch

Back home we will warm up around an open fire in our Nordic tipi with traditional Swedish Fika. Afterwards we will take you back to Kiruna Town.

 You will spend most time outside and be close to the dogs. Make sure you dress warmly and feel comfortable around canines.  This tour can be dark depending on the month you are visiting.


Balaclava/scarf, and layers of warm clothes, for spectacle wearers, consider contact lenses.

December - March

2:15 pm 6:15pm.

Included: Transfer from/to Kiruna Town, winter gear (winter overalls, boots, mittens, hats, headtorch), Fika together over the open fire.

Pick up is at 2:15 PM at the location chosen during booking, and drop off at 6:15 PM. at the same location.

2100 per person

Prices may differ during high season

1950 per student

With valid Student ID card

1000 per child

aged 0-12 years

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Kiruna Dog Sledding

Dog Sledding in Kiruna

Traditional husky friendly dogsledding tours in sweden, welcome to kiruna.

dog sledding in kiruna

Dog sledding in Kiruna is an amazing experience! This small town is way up in Swedish Lapland, and it’s a special place for people who love winter sports. One of the most exciting things to do here is dog sledding.

Long ago, the Sami people who lived here used dog sleds to get around, and now it’s a popular activity for tourists who want to explore the Arctic wilderness in a fun way. When you go dog sledding in Kiruna , you get to see breathtaking landscapes, meet friendly dogs, and feel connected to nature.

The dogs that pull the sleds are called Alaskan Huskies. They are strong, beautiful, and really friendly. As you glide through the snowy forests and mountains, you’ll get to spend time with the dogs and learn about how they are trained and taken care of. These dogs are well-loved and well-trained, and they absolutely love running and pulling the sleds!

Here’s your comprehensive and complete guide for how to plan a great husky sledding adventure in Kiruna.

ENJOY THE best Dog sledding TOUR in Kiruna

Morning self-drive huskysledding tour.

dog sledding in Sweden

Get ready for a snowy adventure in the beautiful Swedish Lapland on this guided dog sled tour! You’ll witness the transition from day to night as you barrel through the countryside.

Your adventure begins in Kalixforsbron, where you’ll meet our furry friends and get dressed up in warm winter clothing and shoes provided by us. You’ll learn how to harness and handle the dogs, and our expert guide will give you a detailed safety briefing before you embark on your journey under the starry polar night sky.

Work together with the well-trained huskies as they pull you through the stunning snowy landscape along the Kalix River. It’s an unforgettable experience! After your dog sledding adventure, you’ll warm up around an open fire in a cozy Nordic tent and enjoy a traditional Swedish Fika.

About this activity


  • Sledding through the snow-covered Lapland countryside
  • Expert guides who will teach you about the huskies and the Swedish Lapland
  • Warm up with a traditional Swedish Fika in an authentic Nordic tent
  • Take the reins yourself and feel the thrill of the ride
  • Enjoy the stunning views of the sparkling, snow-covered landscape lit by the sunset
  • Don’t forget your camera!

What’s included:

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Snowsuit, winter boots, gloves, hats, and socks
  • Guided dog sledding tour
  • Swedish Fika with cookies, tea, and coffee

Additional information:

  • Free cancellation available
  • Full refund for cancellations made up to 24 hours in advance
  • Reserve now and pay later
  • Duration of the tour is 4 hours
  • Check availability for starting times
  • Tour is led by a live guide who speaks English
  • Small group tour with a maximum of 8 participants

Aurora Self-Drive Huskysledding Tour!

Dog sledding tours under the northern lights in Kiruna, Sweden.

We’ll pick you up in Kiruna and take you to our home in Kalixforsbron, where you’ll meet our amazing dogs and gear up in warm winter clothing and shoes that we provide.

Before we head off into the wilderness, you’ll learn how to handle and harness the dogs. You’ll share a sled with another participant, taking turns steering and sitting, while our guide gives you detailed instructions for your safety and the safety of our huskies.

During the tour, we’ll cross frozen lakes, explore silent forests, and traverse sweeping marshlands, keeping an eye out for the amazing northern lights!

After our adventure, we’ll head back to our home and warm up around an open fire in our Nordic tipi with hot soup and sandwiches, followed by traditional Swedish Fika.

  • Become a musher for the evening and steer a sled pulled by friendly huskies
  • Learn from expert guides about huskies and the stunning Swedish tundra and chase the northern lights!
  • Enjoy tea, coffee, and a light meal in our traditional Sami Tent after the tour.

What’s Included:

  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off included
  • Winter gear provided, including snowsuit, winter boots, gloves, hats, and socks
  • Guided tour experience with expert guides
  • Light lunch included

Additional Information:

  • Free cancellation policy – Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund
  • Reserve now & pay later – Book your spot and pay nothing today
  • Duration of the tour is 3.5 hours
  • Live tour guide who speaks English
  • Hotel pickup (in Kiruna only!) is included – Please wait in the main reception at 6.30 pm (starting time)
  • Small group tour – Limited to 8 participants
  • Check availability to see starting times.

History of dog sledding in Sweden

Dog sledding has a long history in Sweden, dating back to the early days of the Sami people, who have lived in the northern regions of Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Russia for thousands of years. The Sami people have traditionally relied on reindeer for transportation and sustenance, but they also used dog sleds for transportation during the winter months when the ground was covered in snow and ice.

In the 19th century, dog sledding became increasingly popular in Sweden as a means of transportation in the northern regions of the country, particularly for mail and goods delivery. The use of dogsleds also expanded to other areas like logging, hunting, and fishing.

During the 20th century, dog sledding became a popular recreational activity in Sweden, with the rise of commercial dog sledding companies offering tourists a chance to experience dog sledding for themselves.

In recent years, dog sledding has become a popular tourist activity in Sweden, particularly in the northern regions of the country. Many companies offer dog sledding tours, from short rides to multi-day expeditions, allowing visitors to explore the remote wilderness while being pulled by a pack of hardworking and friendly sled dogs.

Sweden also has a strong tradition in dog sled racing, with many races taking place in the country, and the most well-known being the Femundløpet, a long-distance race that takes place every year in Norway and Sweden.

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Why are huskies the best dogs for dog sledding?

Some of the reasons why huskies are considered the best dogs for dog sledding include:

  • Endurance: Huskies were originally bred by the Chukchi people of northeastern Asia to pull heavy loads over long distances in harsh, snowy conditions. They have a high level of endurance and can run for hours without getting tired.
  • Cold tolerance: Huskies have a thick double coat that keeps them warm in subzero temperatures. They also have a lower metabolic rate than other breeds, which allows them to conserve energy and stay warm in extremely cold weather.
  • Speed: Huskies are known for their speed and can run at a steady pace for hours on end.
  • Strong build: The breed has a strong and athletic build, able to pull heavy loads in tough conditions.
  • Love for running: Huskies have a high energy level and love to run. They enjoy working in teams and are highly trainable.
  • Temperament: The breed is known for its friendly and outgoing nature, which makes them easy to work with and great companions.

All of these characteristics make huskies well-suited for dog sledding, as they are able to handle the physical demands of pulling a sled over long distances in harsh conditions while also being easy to train and work with. They are efficient and dependable in adverse weather conditions, strong and durable, and with a steady temperament, it makes them one of the best dog breeds for dog sledding.

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Dog Sledding Equipment Explained

Dog sledding equipment includes a sled, harnesses for the dogs, booties for the dogs’ paws, and a sled bag or basket for carrying supplies. The sled is typically made of wood or metal and is designed to glide smoothly over snow and ice.

The harnesses are designed to distribute the weight of the sled evenly among the dogs and provide support for the dogs while they are pulling. Booties protect the dogs’ paws from cold and rough terrain.

A sled bag or basket is used to carry supplies such as food and water for the dogs, extra clothing and gear for the musher, and any other necessary equipment. Some mushers also use a sled brake, which allows them to slow or stop the sled as needed.

husky cart tour

Is it possible to go dog sledding without snow?

Dog sledding is often associated with snowy winter landscapes, but did you know that it’s possible to enjoy this exciting activity all year round? With the use of wheeled carts, also known as “dryland sleds,” dog sledding can be enjoyed in any season, including spring, summer, and autumn.

One tour that offers this unique experience is the Autumn Husky Sit and Drive Cart Tour from Kiruna. This tour takes place in the beautiful landscapes of northern Sweden, where you will have the opportunity to drive your own cart pulled by a team of friendly and energetic huskies. The tour takes place on a specially designed track through the forest, providing a safe and exciting experience for participants of all ages.

What sets this tour apart from traditional dog sledding is the use of wheeled carts, which allows for a smoother ride and eliminates the need for snow. This makes it possible to enjoy the thrill of dog sledding even in the warmer months of the year.

The tour also provides the opportunity to learn about the care and training of the huskies, as well as the history and culture of dog sledding in the area. The tour guides are experienced and knowledgeable, and will ensure that you have a safe and enjoyable experience.

kiruna husky tours

How do you prepare for a winter dog sledding ride in Kiruna?

A winter dog sledding tour in Kiruna can be a thrilling and unforgettable experience, but it’s important to be well-prepared to ensure your safety and comfort. Here are some tips to help you prepare for your tour:

  • Dress warmly: Wear multiple layers of clothing, including a warm jacket, insulated pants, gloves, and a hat. Make sure your clothing is water-resistant or waterproof to protect against snow and ice.
  • Bring the right gear: Bring extra warm clothing and gear such as hand warmers, a face mask, and goggles to protect against the cold and wind.
  • Be in good physical shape: Dog sledding can be physically demanding, so make sure you are in good shape and able to handle the activity.
  • Research tour providers: Research different tour providers and read reviews to find a reputable company that offers a safe and enjoyable experience.
  • Consider the weather: Be aware of the weather forecast for Kiruna during your trip and be prepared for extreme cold, wind and snow.
  • Follow safety guidelines: Always listen to the tour guide’s safety instructions and follow their guidelines for handling the dogs and sleds.

By following these tips, you’ll be well-prepared for your winter dog sledding tour in Kiruna and can enjoy a safe and unforgettable experience.

Lapland Wilderness Tours

Dog-Sledding & Northern Lights

Lapland wilderness tours.

Taisto Thorneus owner and operator of Lapland Wilderness Tours, native of northern Scandinavia, has a long experience in the sub-arctic wilderness. With over 35 years as a professional guide and tour operator, he has won numerous national and international sled dog races and made a 1700 km sled dog expedition across the Scandinavian mountain range in 1983. The longest such trip on Europe’s mainland at that time. Recently between 2013-2016, Taisto has won The Swedish long distance championship 3 times out of the last five years, and in February 2017 succeeded in winning the Silver medal in the middle distance world championships in Ontario, Canada. He is a pioneer in developing sled dog tours for the enjoyment of many thousands of clients. All of our guides have an extensive knowledge working with Sled dogs and operating in our sometimes extreme Arctic environment.

Excursions at Lapland Wilderness Tours

With years of experience in the Lapland Arctic Winter, we have developed a exciting range of activities to suit everyone. We are home to over 100 World class sleddogs and you will have an amazing time meeting our dogs and driving with them . Our experienced team will teach you everything you need to know in order to drive your own team of Huskies through the dark moonlit forests and across beautiful frozen lakes.

SledDog Team over frozen lake

Dog-Sledding under the Arctic Sun

Low sun in arctic circle -40c

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World Class Sled Dogs

Dog-Sledding with world class Alaskan Huskies

We also have Wilderness Cabins in various locations that we visit on some of our tours to enjoy local cuisine and share stories of our experiences with the the dogs, often under the beautiful dancing lights of The Aurora.

You can also visit our unique Aurora Dome where inside with the comfort of seating and wood heated fire we can gaze at The Northern Lights and share some coffee, cookies and maybe some Reindeer & Vegetable Soup.

In summer we have a range of different fishing trips where we take you to our secret locations and with a little luck you can catch a variety of fish including Arctic Char and Salmon. Alternatively come and visit over 100 world class Alaskan Huskies and go for a short ride with them on the cart.

Inside the aurora dome

The Northern Lights Dome inside

Aurora Borealis over dome

Northern Lights inside Aurora Borealis Dome

Wilderness cabin

Keep warm and watch Aurora Borealis by night

An enchanting winter nirvana

Lapland Wilderness Tours offer you the opportunity to drive your own sled or be driven by one of our experienced guides. we have short tours of only a few hours or we can customise something longer overnight or over a number of days.

“Quite simply the best dog sled experience I have ever had, Taisto and his guides were helpful and funny and the Huskies were just amazing!” James Riley

Here at Lapland Wilderness Tours we strive to be the best at what we do. we want to ensure you have an unforgettable trip Dog-Sledding with us and our amazing world class alaskan huskies.

Lapland wilderness tours

We have various activities all year round Dog Sled and Northern Lights in the Winter Fishing Trips and Kennel Visits in The Summer

KAUPPINEN 187 98 192 KIRUNA SWEDEN TEL: +46 – (0)70 – 20 59 024 TEL : +46 – (0)70 – 215 7605


We will provide you with all the required winter clothing for all trips

070-567 01 45

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Dog sled with lunch

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Shared tour, are you coming by yourself then you have the opportunity to go with another group.

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