Breathe the Purest Air in the World in This Ancient Winter Wonderland


Kota-Husky is located right next to Riisitunturi National Park in Lapland, Finland, in a small town of Posio. Our home is surrounded by beautiful Lappish nature with the purest air in the world, old forests and extensive wetlands.
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Breathe the Purest Air in the World in This Ancient Winter Wonderland


Kota-Husky is located right next to Riisitunturi National Park in Lapland, Finland, in a small town of Posio. Our home is surrounded by beautiful Lappish nature with the purest air in the world, old forests and extensive wetlands.
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We're the Only Company Taking Customers to Riisitunturi National Park With Huskies


Our clients are very privileged to explore this unique area on a dog sled with just the sound of dogs’ paws scrunching on the snow and the skis of the sledge whizzing breaking the silence. This park is famous from its snow-loaded trees in winter and hanging bogs in summer. On top of the Riisitunturi fell northern lights and sunsets appear magically.
Husky safaris in Ruka-Kuusamo winter wonderland

We're the Only Company Taking Customers to Riisitunturi National Park With Huskies

Our clients are very privileged to explore this unique area on a dog sled with just the sound of dogs’ paws scrunching on the snow and the skis of the sledge whizzing breaking the silence. This park is famous from its snow-loaded trees in winter and hanging bogs in summer. On top of the Riisitunturi fell northern lights and sunsets appear magically.

Crown Snow Accumulated on Trees Is a Phenomenon Characteristic to This Area 


Riisitunturi area was first traversed by the Sámi people and later by ancient Finns. As the modern way of life started to threaten the area’s natural heritage, the Riisitunturi National Park was established. Closer to the spring, the spruces bend under the snow loads that may weigh up to thousands of kilograms, filling the scenery with imaginative shapes. 

Views of Riisitunturi National Park

Crown Snow Accumulated on Trees Is a Phenomenon Characteristic to This Area 


Riisitunturi area was first traversed by the Sámi people and later by ancient Finns. As the modern way of life started to threaten the area’s natural heritage, the Riisitunturi National Park was established. Closer to the spring, the spruces bend under the snow loads that may weigh up to thousands of kilograms, filling the scenery with imaginative shapes.