Dog sledding/Hundspann

Aurora Borealis HB, Ekorrsele 35, 922 91 Vindeln, Sweden. Tel +46-(0)705 799 338 Maria / +46-730 933 076 Donald

Winter time is the best time to be high up in the North. Nowhere else you will be able to enjoy the prickling cold, the beauty of the Northern lights or the glittering of snow in sunlight as up here. Sweden’s North is one of the least populates areas in Europe and therefore the best place to experience wilderness as its realest.

And what could be a better way to do so then driving a team of sled dogs on our wooden Oinakka sleds through forest, over wetlands and on snow-covered trails and roads.


Join us on a fascinating trip, varying from one hour to several days, and get to love our beautiful, hard-working Siberian Huskys and wonderful Swedish nature. Be part of the team and learn more about the dogs, life in the kennel and help with preparing your own sled and dog team.


“Hike, Come Gee, Haw over?” It may be Greek to you, but those lead dogs know what it means, and they´ll be happy to teach you a thing or two about driving a dog team.

Since 1993 we´ve successfully taught thousands of novice mushers, ranging in age from 10 to 85. This is an exciting, active vacation with friendly dogs.


Now it´s your turn! Step on the runners with us and mush off through the north woods on a real adventure.

Tour program


Family tour - total time 1,5 hours. This tour is suitable for families with kids under 10 years.


Troll tour - approx 1,5 hour dog sledding tour. This is one of our shortest tours, yet a very memorable trip.



Rookie run - approx 1,5 hour dog sledding tour. Or how to get infected by the dog sledding virus.



A taste of mushing - 3 hours incl a warm meal. On this tour you will discover the charm and mystery of dogsledding


Window to the wild - 2 day, 2 nights tour. Be part of a unique way of living and open a window to pick up the scent of wilderness


Aurora Borealis tour - 3 day tour. Watch the amazing Aurora Borealis dancing across the sky from the runners of your sled