Lapland, Dog Sledging & Northern Lights Adventure

Arctic Lapland, Inari Lake

Difficulty: Recruit

Lapland, Dog Sledging & Northern Lights Adventure

Arctic Lapland, Inari Lake

Experience life in the heart of Lapland chase the mysterious northern lights

Travel with your team through the breathtaking Lappish spaces, feel the true winter and see the magical northern lights over the sky.This coming March few spaces available.
Experience the true wilderness way of living in close contact with nature and our sled dogs.
This expedition is the purest way to see Lapland wild spaces.

We aim to cover over 100 km of Arctic landscape camping wild and operating as a team

travel through this breathtaking yet deadly terrain.


Upcoming Dates

Below you'll find a list of upcoming expeditions, with the number of places still available, the total cost and the deposit required to secure a place. Should no expeditions be available, please contact us to see what we can do for you. Bespoke personally tailored expeditions can also be accommodated.
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Sorry, there are currently no upcoming dates with spaces available for this expedition, but we're probably arranging another as you read this. Please get in touch to discuss your requirements.

Requirements & Technicality

No technical Experience required,  being able to dish out a good amount of banter is always a plus.

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Our Photographer And Photography
Ascent Explorers photographer joins us on many of our UK tours and training programs to capture group images through the program duration. A selection of images are shared on social media sites such as Facebook (please inform us if you individually prefer this not to happen) Digital copies, prints are available upon request.
Through hardship, friendship is built. Through friendship, great things can be accomplished.


Day 1

We pick you up at the airport and drive you to our base in Inari here you will have your accommodation and will meeting your team.

In the evening we will have a welcome dinner and talk about the program for the following days, safety, kit and other aspects of Polar travel.

Day 2

After breakfast we will introduce you our friendly local skidoo crews who will be transporting us to our drop of point,  once we have stopped final kit checks will be made before we are left in the silence of the Tundra to explore and travel our long route back to civilization, this will be a tough but rewarding experience.

Day 3 -5

Expedition in progress.

Day 6

We should be reaching the small out post town of Inari today! we will have a big meal and possibly a drink or two to celebrate the hardship of the brutal environment of the lake.

Day 7

Breakfast, goodbye to our awesome team.




Lake Inarijärvi (Finnish: Inarijärvi/Inarinjärvi, Northern Sami: Anárjávri, Inari Sami: Aanaarjävri, Skolt Sami: Aanarjäuˊrr, Swedish: Enare träsk, Norwegian: Enaresjøen) is the largest lake in Sápmi and the third-largest lake in Finland. It is located in the northern part of Lapland, north of the Arctic Circle. The lake is 117–119 meters above sea level and it is regulated at the Kaitakoski power plant in Russia. The freezing period normally extends from November to early June.

The most well known islands of the lake are Hautuumaasaari (“Graveyard Island”), which served as a cemetery for ancient Sami people and Ukonkivi (“Ukko’s Stone”), a historical sacrifice place of the ancient inhabitants of the area. There are over 3,000 islands in total. Trout, lake salmon, arctic char, white fish, grayling, perch and pike are found in Lake Inarijärvi’s.

The lake covers 1,040 square kilometres. It empties northwards through the Paatsjoki at the mouth of the Varangerfjord, which is a bay of Barents Sea.

Phillip Pullman, author of the His Dark materials book series, chose this lake to be the home of the witch Serafina Pekkala.


Flights & Travel Information

Ascent Explorers understands what adventure travel is all about, which is why we are proud to partner with a specialist team of travel consultants for great deals on flights to all destinations. We work hard to bring you the best flight routes and tickets, accommodation, travel passes, tours, volunteer placements - the works. Quite simply Ascent is your travel agency; you can shoot any question to our dedicated travel manager and we'll be sure to steer you in the right direction. Along with all the advice that we can offer; there are a few other reasons to book with us:

  • Unrivalled product knowledge and expertise.
  • Passionate about travel – we will do everything they can to create your perfect travel experience.
  • We promise to offer you the best airfare solution to suit your needs.
  • 24 hour emergency assistance helpline.
  • Access to 'Travel Butler', a service which offers you support whilst you are travelling by providing:
    • One point of contact – we provide your very own Personal Travel Advisor wherever you may be.
    • Free help and advice on ticket date and reschedule changes (free of charge revalidation of ticket where possible).
  • Part of a $12billion organisation that offers you security and utilises global buying power to save you money.

To book your flights or to discuss your requirements, please call our dedicated flight account manager, Ellie Gilmore on 0808 260 9953.

Expedition Checklist

Services Included

  • Land transport
  • Accommodation
  • Arctic sleeping gear & tents
  • Husky dog training
  • Sledging equipment
  • All food & drinks on expedition

Services Excluded

  • Flights
  • Insurance
  • Personal kit
  • Alcoholic drinks

Prices, Booking and Terms & Conditions

The total cost for this expedition is £1395 and a deposit of £250 is required to secure your place. For further information concerning our Terms and Conditions, bookings and cancellations, please refer to our Terms and Conditions page (Opens in new window).

Need help? Call: 0208 500 3323 or 07967 589289 (Mon-Fri, 9am-6pm GMT)

Participation & Accuracy Statement

Ascent Explorers recognises that climbing, hill walking and mountaineering are activities with a danger of personal injury or death. Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions and involvement. Although it is our intention to operate this itinerary as printed, it may be necessary to make some changes as a result of flight schedules, climatic conditions, limitations of infrastructure or other operational factors. As a consequence, the order or location of overnight stops and the duration of the day may vary from those outlined. You should be aware that some events are beyond our control and we would ask for your patience.

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