• Two people per sled – one sits/one drives

2200 sek

per person To book


2 people per sled (one person drives – one person sits)


With of 4 guests maximum per tour, we offer more personal dog sledding tours.

Our goal is to give our guests the best experience possible.


Duration : 5 hours (transfer and lunch break included)

Starting time : 9.00 am

Included : hotel transfer, lunch, scooter overall, snow boots, warm hat, mittens


After a 15 min transfer to our kennel, we will give you some warm equipments.

Once we have explained how to drive the sled, we will prepare the dog teams. You are welcomed to help us with the dogs if you wish. 🙂

We will drive about 1 hour and 15 minutes through some forest trails, some frozen marshes and a frozen lake.

During the ride, if we get lucky, we might see some local wildlife: reindeers, ptarmigans, wood grouses or a moose.

We will take a lunch break in a little wooden hut on a frozen lake.

While your guide prepares a fire in the hut, you can cuddle the dogs and take some memorable pictures with them.

For lunch, we will grill sausages on an open fire, served with a local flat bread, with some ketchup and mustard to make a local hot dog. 🙂

For those who are vegetarians or have food allergies, please let us know when booking the tour.

After lunch, we will head back to the kennel with a 20-30 minutes drive.


To book a tour, please email us the following information:

  • the name of the tour
  • the date
  • the number of participants (age of the children)
  • the hotel or address where you will stay (no booking without this information)
  • Your mobile number (with your country code) in case of emergency on the day
  • Are any of the participants over 100 kg?
  • Do any of the participants have medical conditions which could affect the tour?
  • Are any of the participants vegetarian or do they have any food allergies?


We take payments on the day of the tour by cash or card.

We do not ask for a deposit.

Stéphanie Peluchon - Owner & Guide

Stéphanie is French and has lived in Lapland since 2008.

She founded her company, Husky Voice, in 2011.

During the tours, she shares with her guests her love for huskies

and for Sweden.

About us