Dogsledding Tours
Season 2016/2017

For detailed itinerary about the tour, just click on the tour.
Please email us for prices and availabilty: dogsledding@silent-way.com

Northern Light 6 days 6 Dec - 11 Dec  
Crystal days and Northern Light I 6 days

13 Dec - 18 Dec

Happy New Year adventure
7 days 30 Dec - 5 Jan  
Crystal days and Northern Light II
6 days 10 Jan -15 Jan  
Stars and Northern Light I
7 days 27 Jan - 2 Feb  
Stars and Northern Light II 7 days 7 Feb - 13 Feb  
Northern Silence
7 days 17 Feb - 23 Feb  
Sunshine Awakening I 7 days 27 Feb - 5 Mar  
Sunshine Awakening II 7 days 9 Mar - 15 Mar  
Private tour 12 days 17 Mar - 28 Mar  
Private tour 14 days 31 Mar -13 Apr  
Vindeln Mountain, Europe's biggest Nature reserve II 12 days 21 Apr - 2 May  

All the tours are included 2 days for arrival and departure

Dogsledding Custom Tours

Private Tours - Season from December to May
Private tours is for you who like to have all the dogs and the whole mountain for your selves. Example if you are a group of friends or if you like to come with your family.

Conference Groups - Season from December to May
We help you to put together a program that suits you and your company.

Full & Half Day - Season from December to May
On these trips you can choose to mush with your own team of Huskies or relax on a comfortable dogsled. For conference groups The Silent Way can organize up to 120 persons , sometimes bringing in as many as 10 dogsleds and 120 dogs

Four to Seven Days - Season from December to May
On this custom tour you will learn all the basics rules and all the commands a musher must know. Believe us that after this trip you will have many friends with four legs. This tours is the same as our Scheduled tours.

Eight to Fourteen Days - Season from March to May
On this adventurous custom tour, we can promise that you will meet all the challenges you desire, mushing silently through the wilderness, discovering what wonders nature has to offer

Eighteen Days Expedition Season from March to May
On this unforgettable expedition we cross the Arctic Circle following the trails up Sweden's highest mountain: The glacier-capped Kebnekaise (2111 meter). We mush through beautiful scenery in close contact with mother nature, experiencing long dogsledding trips with unknown challenges.