The Lapland Husky Trail

Spend five days sledding through the rolling highlands and deep forests of Lapland for an experience you will never forget.

Location: Lapland

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Booking Fee: £399 or £199.50 with code LC50

Fundraising Goal: £4150

When: 28 March 2020 - 4 April 2020

Sledge 250km from Norway, into Sweden for blood cancer patients!

Ever dreamt of driving your own team of spirited huskies across the Arctic, with civilisation left far behind? Well, now that dream can become a reality!

This five-day trek sees you sledge across the Arctic driving your own team of huskies, through the highlands and deep forests of Lapland for an unimaginable experience. You will sledge 250km from Norway, into Sweden before finishing at the world famous Ice Hotel in Jukkasjarvi.

After meeting and greeting your huskies, you’ll start your adventure and spend your first night in a traditional Lavvo. If you’re not used to sledging don’t worry, it is suitable for beginners, as you will receive full training so this will not affect your enjoyment of this icy adventure. You will, however, have to erect your own tents, cook and fulfil all camping duties with the equipment provided.

You will have the opportunity to live a true Laplander experience, watching the beautiful Northern Lights and personally tending your dogs. This will be a truly unforgettable experience for anyone involved.

Additional details

Booking fee: £399 or £199.50 with code LC50

Fundraising goal: £4150

Additional costs: Airport Tax and Fuel Surcharge Contribution:£100

The full itinerary for this challenge can be found here.

Book your place on this amazing adventure here.

Alternatively, for more information, you can call Leukaemia Care direct on 01905 755977 or email us.

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