There’s so much more to the northernmost region of Sweden than skiing and snowboarding. Home to the Sámi people, reindeers, and some of the oldest and most breath taking national parks in Europe, Lapland is one of the last untouched places you can explore by snowmobile.

Sweden

68°25'23.99" N 18°07'12.00" E

Winter dusk at Sweden Lapland

Riksgränsen,
Lapland, Sweden

March - May

Powder playground

Its proximity to the ocean gives Lappland the advantage of abundant powder snow. Here you can experience what it’s like to carve your own path through vast expanses of untrodden whiteness and enjoy the roaring power of our state-of-the-art snowmobiles.

Our action packed explorations mean that you can experience floating across dramatic valleys, frozen lakes, and wild mountains while riding at full speed. The excitement builds with every opportunity for spectacular turns and jumps, all while landing on the softest snow. Reindeers, lynxes, or other furry dwellers might greet you on your way from their hide aways in the forest–make sure to say hello.

Home of the
northern lights

There’s no better place to witness the spectacle of Aurora borealis than Swedish Lapland. Thanks to the unique climate and lack of pollution, the skies remain almost clear for the incredible light show sprawling the sky.

As soon as the electric rays appear, it’s impossible to feel anything but absolute stillness and deep awe for the beauty of nature. The spectacle is a real treat for both serious and amateur photographers hoping to capture this otherworldly phenomenon.

Due to its geographic positioning, Svalbard experiences periods of complete darkness during winter and prolonged light in summer. From April to mid-August, the sun stays up, coloring the vast landscape in reddish-yellow tones. The midnight sun bathes everything in a golden glow that makes the landscape even more dramatic and makes it possible to explore at night.

The weather is also mild, compared to other places at similar altitudes in Russia or Canada. Temperatures range from 4 to 10°C in summer, all the way down to −13°C in the peak of winter.

Iceland coast in blue tone

Icy luxury

Our state-of-the-art snowmobiles are the ideal way to witness nature in its purest expression. On land, you might spot rare wildlife like polar bears, reindeers, arctic foxes, and a wide range of seabirds. Coming down from the mountains, you might see whales, dolphins, seals, and walruses that roam the ocean, making their sightings worth the journey.

To balance things off, you’ll get to cozy up in luxurious hotels and cabins after our rides. Delicious local food abounds in Svalbard with local delicacies like reindeer jerky, smoked whale, or the local gamebird ptarmigan–impossible to find outside the island. And for a special dining experience, a stop at the famous restaurant Huset puts an extravagant spin on traditional food.

After a day packed with adventure, adrenaline, and awe, Sweden’s Lapland offers a wide range of iconic experiences. For example, the original Icehotel in the village of Jukkasjärvi is a once-in-a-lifetime experience sleeping in stunning rooms at -5 °C, mixing luxury and adventure.

And if you need a break from the ice, you can warm up in a sauna or with a hearty serving of the local delicacies ranging from the best whitefish in the world, reindeer meat, and Swedish desserts made with rare, local berries.

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