Pallas Husky has been running sled dog tours with Alaskan Huskies in the snow-covered, beautiful landscapes of the Pallas-Ylläs National Park since 1993. Pallas Husky is located in village Rauhala in the fell region of North-Western Lapland, 200 km north of the Arctic Circle, 45 minutes by bus from Kittilä airport. The flight from Helsinki to Kittilä takes 1,5 hours.
Rauhala lies by lake Jeris next to Pallas-Ylläs Nationalpark. Pallas-Ylläs National Park is the third biggest and the most frequently visited national park in Finland.
I am Markku Rauhala, the founder and owner of Pallas Husky, I grew up here in Rauhala. I speak Finnish, German and English.
My children Mikko and Miia have been taking part in the caring of the dogs for a long time as well. Our team includes also qualified wilderness guides who support us on the tours.
The small group size (maximum 5 participants) allows personal service and a safe environment to learn about sledding and the sled dogs. We run the husky tours without a snow mobile guiding. On our trails you can feel the atmosphere of the true wilderness.
The biting cold and intensive snowfalls enchant the clean, snow- covered landscape. This beauty and silence can be best experienced with our four-legged friends. It often happens that one and
even two visits are not enough and some guests return again and again.
You are warmly welcome to visit our place, to get to know us and our huskies as well as experience the beautiful landscapes of our region!