In addition to our popular winter sleddog tours, we offer a wide range of year-round outdoor activities in the vicinity of Hetta, Enontekiö. You can find the full range of products available from the drop-down menue on the left. Alternatively, this section provides some quick links.
When it comes to actual mushing, our husky safaris range in length from 2 hours to 7 days, with the shortest standard product being a 2km taster ride, and the longest, a 200km journey. In order for you to find the ideal product for you, choose first, whether you are interested in an experience that can fit into a ‘single-day’ or one that fits, rather, into our ‘multi-day’ safari category. Within the 'single-day' category we have a number of so-called ‘core’ safaris. These are available at short notice, on tracks that we permanently keep open through the winter. All other products require a degree of pre-booking, even if only to ensure that we have time to prepare the wilderness cabins that we will visit with you and the food that we will serve.
Our NEW week-long northern lights multiactivity week packages are offered in Autumn, at the same time as our husky guide school and Lappish bushcraft courses and husky-training camps.
Autumn is our main training season for the dogs and would-be mushers are welcome to join our conditioning camps. This is the time of year when guides are with the dogs nearly every hour of the day, trying out new combinations of dogs and reminding them about how to behave. If it is the dogs that drive you, this could actually be the best time of year to experience life with the huskies.
For those who simply wish to visit the homestead, learn about the life of sled dogs and guides and interact with the dogs, you are more than welcome to drop by at any time of the year. The dogs (particularly the pups) are friendly and sociable and will love it if you choose to add on an optional extra activity like a training walk, an agility course session or a GEE HAW maze challenge.
We offer some activities through the year although in winter, we may, for instance, need to use snowshoes when hiking (and the guides need to be better at finding the trails).
In addition to farm visits, summer visitors may like to take part in our multi-activity adventure days, canoe journeys or husky hikes.
We also have a range of training schemes available to those of you who have been fully bitten by the husky / mushing bug. You can join us for anything from one day (for a taster experience) to a year (for gap-year placements) if you are interested in the 'behind-the-scenes' life of a husky guide.