Get close to Lapland's nature as possible and experience Sweden's stunning landscape by hiking on snowshoes or being whisked away by our beloved huskies while on a dog sled experience. Once you are Off the beaten track on our scenery tours, you get a close-up sensory experience of Kiruna winter.
Take a hike through deep snow on snowshoes. Under a deep blue sky, you cannot get closer to the pure silence of Kiruna Nature. Catch a breath-taking view of all that Swedish winter has to offer, look for nature tracks and learn about Arctic Wildlife. Gathered around a bonfire we like to share our knowledge about the local culture and how past generations of indigenous people survived in the north. More than a walk in the park, this is a fun and challenging family outing to remember!
We run our husky sleds every morning and afternoon during winter for our Nature tours in Kiruna. This is not your typical tourist dogsled ride. You will drive your own sled deep into the wilderness while you check for animal tracks, break new trails and work with our experienced guides. Learn about the local wildlife and keep an eye out for tracks for an authentic dog mushing experience.
Deep in the Swedish Arctic Winter, You are bundled up against the cold. The land is white and blanketed with snow. Your breath is steaming in the cold air. All sound is naturally dampened by the snow, you'll experience a unique type of quiet and peace. But this is no spa retreat, this is an arctic adventure activity, surviving in these climates isn't a walk in the park. However, your experienced guides will ensure you are safe every step of the way.
In Kiruna, the arctic winters are long, dark, and cold. However, in the dark is where we see the light. The Northern Lights! Experience the thrill of driving your husky dog sled through the snow by starlight as the aurora dances in the sky above you. Perfect evening activity for your next adventure holiday.
Learn how to safely spend a night in a barren snowy environment by building an igloo to sleep in. Gathered around a bonfire we like to share our knowledge about the local culture and how past generations of indigenous people survived in the north.