Our guides and employees

The people behind Kiruna Sled Tours are everything to us.


Owner of the Company Kiruna Sleddog Tours and Sleddog and Nature Guide since Child hood

Mats has Finished all the longest Sleddog Races in the world as the Toughest and Longest www.iditarod.com


Mats Wife and a Big part of the Compan

Makes Sleddog and Snowmobile tours and is also in charge of our business

Niklas W.

Our Snowmobile Guide and Fire Fighter, Love Hunting most Animals, Always Happy !!

Firefighter part 2 , since that he have much free time in Fire department Per hang around at our kennel often and help making Snowmobile Guide works

Kiruna Sleddog Tours gentleman from Scotland! Michael is running the kennel in Björkliden together with Marie and loves survival courses.

Marie is our french guide, she is running the kennel in Björkliden together with Michael.

Nienke is a dutch woman who's enjoying working with dogs. She was starting here adventure in 2014 and turned back with her boyfriend Jeroen in 2015.
After two winters in Finland is she back on our kennel. She is working all year arround here, as allrounder and making photos for the company.

Jeroen is our hard worker guy from the Netherlands and he likes the dogs. He was here before in 2015 with Nienke his girlfriend. He has done working 2 winters in a kennel in Finland and got there a lot of experience. Now he’s back on our kennel to work all year round as allrounder. Our computer guy.

Raffi grew up in a small mountain village in Switzerland. He started his work with sled dogs on a husky kennel in Finland in 2015, guiding sled dog and snow mobile tours, training race dogs and being responsible for repairs and maintenance of the kennel. Afterwards he spend a year in Norway training and racing dogs. Now he is joining our team as a sled dog and snow mobile guide and we are happy to profit from his manual skills too.

Yvonne quit her job as a lawyer in Germany in 2014 to follow her passion to work with sled dogs. In Finland she trained a racing team for three years. Additionally she guided some sled dog tours and was responsible for the communication with guests and tour operators and the management of the wilderness lodge there. After another year with race dogs in Norway she is now working in our team, responsible for race and tourist dog training, guiding and taking care for our guests.