Our husky farm in the beautiful village of Gargnäs lies in the center of a triangle formed by Arjeplog, Arvidsjaur, and Storuman – right in the heart of Lapland. It’s not far to Sorsele, Slagnäs and Malå while the fascinating Vindelfjällen Nature Reserve – the largest in Sweden – is easily accessible.
The fastest way to get to us in the north is by airplane. From most European countries, you can fly to Arvidsjaur, Skellefteå, Lycksele, Luleå, or Umeå via Stockholm. You can then hire a car or take a bus to Gargnäs. From Arvdisjaur, you can also take a taxi to us. We’re happy to help you find the best way to travel here.
The nearest airport is in Arvidsjaur, around 100 kilometers from us. In winter, the journey from the airport to Gargnäs by car takes about one and a half hours. You can book flights directly with Nordica.
(The transfer from and to the airport is included in our multiday tours.)
From January to mid-March, there are also direct flights from Germany to Arvidsjaur with PROSKY and FlyCar.
Skellefteå Airport lies almost 190 kilometers to the south-east of Gargnäs between Umeå and Luleå. The journey by car to Gargnäs takes around 2 hours and 15 minutes. You can book tickets to Skellefteå with SAS.
Lycksele Airport is about 112 kilometers from Gargnäs. You can buy tickets for domestic flights between Stockholm and Lycksele from Direktflyg.
Luleå and Umeå airports are located by the coast and are 250 km and 230 km respectively from Gargnäs. Various airlines operate from these airports.
You can hire cars from all the airports. The car hire companies are listed on the airport websites. The large agencies such as Hertz and Avis have their own offices at all the airports. Europcar has offices at some of the airports.
You can book tickets for bus services from the airports with www.tabussen.nu or Länstrafiken Norrbotten.
Coming by car, train, or bus
Traveling by car or by train takes much longer, but you’ll be rewarded by many wonderful sights on your journey.
It’s easy to get to us with your own car, but don’t underestimate the distance. There are various ferry connections to the north from Germany and Scandinavia.
From Rostock to Trelleborg
From Rostock to Gedser and then over the Øresund Bridge near Malmö
From Rostock to Rødby and then over the Øresund Bridge near Malmö
With the night ferry from Kiel to Gothenburg
With the night ferry from Kiel to Oslo
In Sweden, you then take the E4 or the E45 to the north. The roads in Lapland are easily negotiable with winter tires.
If you want to use public transport, you’ll find the relevant timetables at bahn.de and SJ.
During the summer months, the Inlandsbanan operates daily from Mora in the north. Sorsele is one of the stops on the route to Galliväre.
Our base for husky tours in Arjeplog
During the winter season, we offer guided sled dog tours in Arjeplog every Sunday. You can come alone, with your family, with your friends, or with your company. Sled dog tours from Arjeplog are also possible on other days by arrangement.