• The mindset of Geunja

    Even with people there, the calmness of the place stands out. Geunja Sami Ecolodge stands there, carefully tucked in between the shores of a crystal clear lake and the foot of a high mountain.

    Maria Broberg
  • The Bestseller

    Photographer Mattias Fredriksson started out as a cleaner at Hotel Riksgränsen. Then he picked up a camera. Today he's the most published skiing photographer in the world, still with a soft spot for the old mountain hotel in his heart.

    Håkan Stenlund
  • The Nordenskiöld Race – a story

    The world's longest cross-country ski race, 220 km, will take place in Jokkmokk in April. But how did it all begin, and why?

    Håkan Stenlund
  • Spring in Kiruna mountain world

    Spring-winter has finally arrived to Swedish Lapland! All mountain cabins along the distance Abisko to Nikkaluokta, on the King's Trail is now open.

    Anna Skogh Marit Kangas
  • Staying overnight in the Luleå archipelago

    Walk in old growth forest illuminated by the midnight sun. Listen to the sound of the seabirds, the wind and the waves. Cut wood, feel the warmth from the stove and cook on an open fire. Have a sauna and a bath in brackish, clear water under the light blue evening sky. Stay overnight in a cottage and experience this vast, unique archipelago for real.

    Viktor Johansson
  • It’s ice harvest time!

    It’s mid-March and people are gathering on the frozen Torne River in Jukkasjärvi. Behind us, the world-famed ICEHOTEL. But our eyes are fixated on the tractors hoisting up giant blocks of ice from the river. We’re looking at the next year’s hotel, yet to be carved out from the crystal clear ice. It’s harvest time.

    Maria Sirviö
  • Walking on water in Luleå

    There are many ways in which the people of Luleå make light work of the challenges brought forth in the arctic climate in which they live. Like ice skating. And twenty other ways of transport along the icy trails.

    Graeme Richardson
  • Skating in the dark with Bob de Jong

    Bob de Jong is an Olympic champion. He's also the oldest skater in modern times to win an Olympic medal. Last winter he went for a couple of runs up in Swedish Lapland.

    Håkan Stenlund
  • A unique wedding for you, and you, and you, and you

    Weddings. They can be lavish, intimate, fun, boring, and all of the above. No wedding is alike, as no people are alike. Some like barefoot weddings on beaches, some prefer getting married in a church made of ice and snow - 200 km above the Arctic Circle in Swedish Lapland.

    Maria Sirviö
  • Yoga on ice

    What better way to take a break from your everyday life than to meditate and perfect your Tree Stand, than on a buckskin, on frozen waters in Swedish Lapland? It’s no secret that being in nature alone...

    Emma Forsberg