Hiking tour

Price750 kr

Tour Description

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

 

You will be teamed up with a husky matching your body strength.

You will wear a comfortable padded belt (provided by me) and the husky will be attached to the belt with a leash. The dog will pull you as you walk.

This tour does not require a fitness level but you should be in good health condition.

The walk (5 km) starts on a gravel road and continues on a forest path along the river Torne.

Halfway through the walk, we will take a break and we will serve you some beverage and some cookies.

 

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Tour Highlights

  • Tour from June to October
  • Duration: about 3 hours (transfer included)
  • Starting time: 10.00 am/3.00 pm (booking in advance only)
  • 4 guests maximum per tour
  • Free for children under 12 years old

Know before you go

  • This tour requires a good health condition.
  • Children under 10 years will not be attached to a dog, but they will hold a husky on a leash.

Tour includes

  • Cookies and a beverage
  • Equipment: Rubber boots and rain jacket if needed
  • Pick-up and drop-off from Kiruna hotels & from some airbnb (please check with us)

Services

  • Free for children under 12 years old
  • No cancellation fee (Let me know ASAP in case of cancellation)
  • Payments on the day by card, cash (Swedish currency) or Swish

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Tour overview

  • Price750 kr
  • TypeSummer
  • Contact nameStéphanie Peluchon
  • Contact phone+46 72 72 68 807
  • Durations 3 hours

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