Dogsledding with outdoor dinner (eng)
During this exclusive dog sled adventure our dogs take you on an unforgettable and silent ride into the Swedish wilderness. We travel by the moonlight and stars until after a while we arrive at the camp, where we have set up a cosy fireplace in the middle of the forest. Surrounded by snow covered pine trees as a shelter from wind the nature offers us a magnificent dining room. We will start a food experience by serving some local produced delicacies as starters. Then we cook our own Swedish traditional meal “Kolbulle” over the fireplace while the guide tells stories about the region, forest and foods. “Kolbulle” is an old Swedish dish that was eaten by “charburners” and lumberjacks who used to live out in the wild for months at a time. After the “Kolbulle” we will boil a local produced coffee over the fire. When we have enjoyed the food, we head back home in company with our dogs.
This trip takes about 2,5 hour plus transfer and includes a stop for an outdoor meal. Transfer is included in the price and we pick you up at your hotel before the trip and drive you back after the activity. You can also rent a set of warm scooter overall, gloves and boots.BOOK THIS ACTIVITY WITH OUR PARTNER HERE
Who is this “Dogsledding with outdoor dinner” for?
Dogsledding with outdoor dinner is an easy accessible adventure for travellers who like to get out in the Swedish nature, do something unique together wit friends, family and other guests and enjoy a swedish traditional outdoor dinner, made over open fire.
Dogsledding and outdoor swedish traditional dinner.
Pick up at the hotel.
Approx 2,5 hours plus time for transfer.
From around five years.
Your own gear
Warm clothes including warm gloves, warm hat and warm shoes. (A set of snowmobile suit, gloves and warm shoes can be rented, indicate size when confirm booking).
The dinner is “Kolbulle” (Kolbulle contains gluten and pork). Let us know if you are gluten intolerant or vegetarian while confirm the booking.
For companies and groups we also have other concepts with even higher flexibility. Contact us for a quote and suggestions for set up.
Published by: Rickard Fredriksson, founder of Explore Åre.