More Abisko activities
The interest in the Abisko National Park has grown enormously over the past few years, most often cited as being the best place on Earth to see Aurora Borealis and the midnight sun at their opposite seasons. Join Lappland PhotoAdventure on an enlightening and unforgettable photography course or suit up with one of Abisko’s three certified mountain guides for ice-climbing or heli-skiing. Other thrilling activities available include dogsledding, ice-fishing, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, downhill skiing. For a more relaxing pastime we warmly recommend simply taking the ski lift up to the Aurora Sky Station. Here you can lean back, enjoy a warm cup of coffee and something to eat. Let your gaze settle on the stillness of the lake Torneträsk, rolling mountains blanketed in either crystalline snow or the unspoilt subarctic nature.
Both the Abisko Tourist Station and Abisko Mountain Lodge are where you start to find the best Abisko has to offer, from the gentle mountain experience to extreme sports for the more adventurous souls!
STF Mountain station Abisko
The Abisko Tourist Station is situated in Sweden’s first national park, boasting a rich history which is reflected in the interiors. It is run by the Swedish Tourist Association, has a capacity of 300 guests of both hotel and hostel standards. The station is now well-known for the Aurora Sky Station, a popular café and restaurant which is also the perfect place for seeing the northern lights. The famous King’s Trail (Kungsleden), has its northernmost point starting right outside the station and stretches all the way down to Hemavan in southern Lappland, over 400 km! It is also known for its extreme ski sports, Nuolja Offpist.
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Abisko Mountain Lodge
“At last, you’ve made it inside with your tired feet and aching thighs. You’re surrounded by people sharing their day’s adventures in many languages and with hearty laughter, and are enjoying service you didn’t even ask for. The untamed mountain range towering outside, unforgiving and honest: this is what life is all about. Looking out over Lapporten valley brings back the unforgettable memories of the day.
True wilderness, unforgettable emotions. Sweden’s one and only.”
This is Abisko Mountain Lodge in a nutshell, as cited on their website. At the lodge, you will meet the enthusiastic owners Mina Dahl and mountain guide Dick Johansson. With exquisite gourmet meals and activities beyond the usual offerings, we guarantee you will enjoy staying here!
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Dog sledding and snow mobile tours from December – March.
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