Life must experience: ride a husky sleigh in Rovaniemi, Finland. The hometown of Santa Claus in Finland, but not in his village. I drove to the Husky Farm early in the morning, and there was no "old driver" with him. The team leader needs to "drive" the sled by himself after explaining the precautions. There are six huskies in a sleigh, which can be carried by two people, one standing behind to "drive" and the other sitting in the sleigh. The huskies drove the sled in long lines in the snow. In the world of ice and snow, the husky pulled me to gallop in the endless snowy field, galloping in the cold, through the snowy field and forest, running and splashing snow shining brightly. In Rovaniemi, Finland, the snow in the forest is deep in the middle of the calf. At this moment, experiencing this native mode of transportation has become a traditional and popular activity in Finland. Tip: Be sure to change their special clothes, socks and snow boots at the reception desk of the Husky Farm, or you will die in the cold.