Pallas Husky has been offering sled dog tours with Alaskan Huskies in the deep snowy, beautiful landscapes of Pallas Ylläs National Park since 1993. Pallas Husky is located in the village of Rauhala, in the fells of northwest Lapland, 200 km north of the Arctic Circle, and is 45 minutes by car from Kittilä Airport. From Helsinki you can fly to Kittilä in one and a half hours.

Rauhala is located on Lake Jerisjärvi, on the edge of Pallas-Ylläs National Park. It is the third largest and most visited national park in Finland.

The nearby Levi ski area offers numerous leisure activities and overnight accommodations.


All tours from the 2024/2025 season on will be led by the qualified wilderness guides Linda and Thomas in German and English.

Small groups of guests (maximum 6 people) allow personal safety and individual approach to sleds and dogs.

The biting frost and flurries of snow enchant the pure, snow-covered landscape. This beauty and silence is best admired and experienced with our four-legged friends. It often happens that one and even two visits to us are not enough and you want to return again and again.

You are welcome to visit us and our huskies to get to know the unique landscape of our region!

More about the tours


Markku Rauhala, the founder of Pallas Husky,  grew up here in Rauhala.  He led the tours until 2024 and has now retired. He continues to live in Rauhala and remains connected with us.