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For many, Lapland’s idyllic landscapes will provide a welcome relief to the Christmas frenzy
You’ve feasted on turkey and you’re full of mince pies, the Christmas tree is about to come down and there’s a list of thank-you letters to be written. Throughout the post-Christmas lull, chances are that Lapland won’t be on your mind. But it really should be, according to Activities Abroad.
For many, Lapland’s idyllic landscapes will provide a welcome relief to the Christmas frenzy. All Santa-seeking families will be gone for another year, leaving behind a Lapland free from the crowds. Team up with a handful of huskies on a dog-sledding adventure, and you’ll find yourself getting fit and seeing Lapland at its very best – empty and enticing – as the days get longer and temperatures increase.
Activities Abroad offers a complete range of husky-sledding trips across both Finnish and Norwegian Lapland. The level of intensity differs – from an overnight trip to a hardcore 250km safari – as does the accommodation, ranging from wilderness cabins (with traditional saunas) to an ice-locked schooner.
Contact Activities Abroad on 01670 789 991 (http://www.activitiesabroad.com).
by S. C.
02 january 2012, Food & Fun > Travel