I understand from the Trip Notes that a lot of clothing will be provided for the Lapland Adventure trip. I wanted to sort out what additional warm clothing I will need - could anyone give me some guidance on what I should I pack for this trip - aside from thermals. In addition, please do let me know if there is anything else I should not leave home without! I am not normally this organised, but I will not have much time next month to organise myself for the trip.
Well the good news is the snow has been in Lapland for a few weeks now and the temperatures are below freezing with clear sunny days - all the ingredients for a successful winter holiday. Regarding the clothing, yes your full arctic clothing (including boots, mittens and a hat) is provided so really i just suggest bringing your thermals, fleeces and jackets and just casual clothing and footwear to wear in the evening. Aside from clothes definitely bring a swimming costume along for the sauna, some lipbalm and a small daysack.
Hope you have a great time...and get to see the Northern Lights!!!
Andy Buswell (Trip Manager)
Not sure what this trip involves however following night be helpful. I've been dogsledging several times and experienced temperatures down to -20C. Normally you get supplied with thermal overalls, boots, gloves and a hat however please check (hats and gloves are adequate but normally poor quality). Specially useful were ski goggles, close fitting balaclava, head torch and especially hand warmers (cemical reaction packs). I had two pair of gloves - a thin pair under the best quality mits I could purchase. Take warm socks and don't choose tight boots! Take some snacks (food was poor on one of my trips).
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