49 EUR per person

December - March


7 years

Minimum age

3 hours


approx. 6 km

Total distance

max. 4 participants

Group size

Snack & Drinks


What can you expect?

With HuskyHIKING, you go on tour with your "own" husky. With a special hip belt and a shock-absorbing pull cord, you are connected to the husky and form a joint human-dog trekking team. The hip belt makes it easier for you to hold the dog and you have your hands free.

The Husky's pulling power provides you with good support when walking and gives you a good push. But if you think this is going to be a leisurely walk, you are sadly mistaken. Huskies have a brisk gait and you can expect a slightly faster pace. But don't worry, you've "only" got one Husky in front of you that you can slow down from time to time.

During the first few kilometers, you can get to know each other until you've settled in as a trekking team.

What is the program schedule?

Getting to know the dogs

First, you will get to know some of the dogs from the pack that are suitable for the hike. Our dogs are very people-oriented, curious and love to be stroked.

Instruction and putting on the equipment

After you have met the dogs and the dogs have met you, we will put on the hip belt together and, if you wish, you can put the harness on the dog you are going on the hike with.

General instructions and rules of conduct

Since this will not be a "normal" dog walk, but you will be dealing with very well-trained and strong sled dogs, there will be a short briefing and a few rules of conduct so that you know what to look out for when dealing with a dog.

We are going on a hiking tour

Now the dogs can hardly wait and we set off. At the start, you will feel the power of the dogs impressively on your own body and you will have to put up a good fight. But don't worry. After a few hundred meters, the dogs will calm down and adapt to your pace. You will notice how you and your dog become more and more of a team, which is great fun.

Mario will also be happy to tell you lots of interesting facts about the sled dogs and you can ask him all the questions you've always wanted to know about sled dogs.

Little picnic

At the halfway point, we take a short break for a small picnic, eat and drink a little something and simply enjoy nature and the company of the dogs.

Snacks and cuddles for the dogs

After the tour, you can reward the dogs with snacks, pet them extensively and take as many souvenir photos as you like

What requirements do I need to meet?

Minimum age for participation: 7 years

The hikes also offer children the opportunity to experience huskies up close. Children should be at least 7 years old or be able to walk 6 km.

Minimum age to walk a dog alone: 12 years

In order to be allowed to walk a dog alone, children must be at least 12 years old and physically able to hold a dog. Whether a child is allowed to walk a dog alone is decided on site.

As a rule, we always find a solution so that children are allowed to walk a dog on their own at least some of the time. Children who are not yet physically able to walk a dog on their own walk a dog together with an adult, i.e. the child and an adult are each connected to the dog with a lead.

Physical requirements

You don't have to be an athlete for the tours, but you should be able to walk 3 to 7 km. As huskies are pulling dogs and can pull very hard, you should be physically able to lead a dog. If you have back, knee or other health problems, we advise against leading a dog. If you can't or don't want to lead a dog, you can still take part in a hike.

No fear of the dogs

You will come into direct contact with our sled dogs, who may even jump on you.

What clothing is needed?

Wear appropriate clothing for the weather

You should wear clothes that are easy to hike in. In fall and winter, you should dress according to the onion principle, i.e. several thin layers instead of one thick one. And remember, we are on the move and it can quickly get warm in a jacket that is too thick. That's why several thin layers are more advantageous, as you can put them on or take them off as required.

For footwear, we recommend good hiking or trekking boots that are lined and have a good tread. The same applies here: wear shoes that you can comfortably walk several kilometers in.

We recommend taking a rucksack with you in which you can carry drinks, food and everything you need.

We recommend the following clothing:

Lined hiking pants

Lined hiking boots

Warm hat

Thick winter gloves or mittens

A warm winter jacket

A thin woolen buff or face shield


Wool instead of cotton

Cotton should not be used for socks and thermal underwear, as it does not protect against the Arctic cold as well and you will freeze much faster in it.

What else is there to know?

Safe experience

Depending on the weather conditions, the program items must be adapted. It should be a safe and fun experience for two and four-legged friends! In principle, the tours take place in all weather and snow conditions. However, if it is not possible to carry out the booked program properly on the day of the event due to force majeure or if the program endangers people and dogs, an alternative offer will be made.

We adapt to you!

It is important to us that everyone can take part in the tours within their physical and mental capabilities. The activities can be adapted at any time!


Participation in our events is at your own risk and responsibility due to their adventurous nature. Events of this kind take place in the great outdoors, where every stay is associated with certain risks.


The participant is not insured by us as the organizer. Each participant is responsible for taking out adequate health and accident insurance (including sports accidents). Despite the professional and safe execution of the activities, accidents involving personal injury and/or damage to property cannot be ruled out. No liability is assumed for accidents. Participation is at your own risk.

Where does the tour take place?

Where do we meet?

Säter 17

92172 Björksele

Shuttle service

If you are not mobile, we can pick you up and bring you back within a radius of approx. 25 km for a tip for the dogs. Please let us know in good time.

Please be on time

Every tour with us is specially prepared, so it is important that we can start on time.

Please allow enough time for your journey, depending on the weather.

Should there be a delay, please let us know by phone. You can find the contact details here: To the contact form

How much does the hiking tour cost?

Adults aged 16 and over

49 EUR per person

Children aged 12 and over

29 EUR per child

Children from 7 - 11 years

12 EUR per child

Payment conditions

Day tours must be paid within 7 days of receipt of the booking confirmation and invoice. If the day tour is booked less than 7 days before the start of the tour, payment must be made immediately so that the total price is paid no later than one day before the start of the tour.


All payments must be made to us by bank transfer or PayPal. The bank and PayPal details will be communicated with the invoice. Cash payment on site is not possible.

Cancellation and cancellation fees

The booked tour can be canceled in writing. Depending on the receipt of the cancellation, we will charge the following cancellation fees:

  • up to 72 hours before the scheduled tour: cancellation free of charge
  • 48 - 24 hours before the scheduled tour: 30% of the total amount
  • Less than 24 hours before the scheduled tour: 100% of the total amount

When do the tours take place?


December - April (depending on how much snow there is)


From 10:00 a.m. or by arrangement

Available dates

December 2024
January 2025
February 2025
March 2025

Any questions?

We will be happy to answer your questions. The best way to write to us is via our contact form. We will get in touch with you as soon as possible.

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