Had enough of skiing, sledding and snowboarding down wintry slopes? These three cold-season alternatives in Sweden, Canada and Norway will get your adrenaline rushing, too.
A vast expanse of whiteness against a sky illuminated by green light: Can you think of a better backdrop for a dog-sled expedition than northern Sweden? Your breath almost freezes in temperatures of minus 30-40° C, but you can warm your toes and fingers in a rustic cabin in the evening.
Get your thrills driving on ice and packed snow in a Porsche Boxter with experts to show you exactly how it’s done. Ice driving, in Canada for instance, is a really fun way to learn how to control your car when it’s slippery outside.
Ice-covered fjords and miles and miles of unspoilt tundra: Norway has the perfect conditions for a snowmobile tour. Exploring Spitsbergen-Svalbard, the remote archipelago in the North Atlantic and Arctic Ocean, can be an absolute highlight.