Here, you find the landscape formation Tjuonavagge (Lapporten), Lake Torneträsk, Mount Nuolja and Abisko Canyon. The entrance to the 450 kilometre long Kungsleden (The King’s Trail) begins here.
Situated in Abisko National Park, Abisko offers the least precipitation in whole of Sweden and is probably the best place in the world for watching the Midnight sun in the summer months and the Northern light September through March. STF Abisko is actively working with their footprint on the environment and is certified with EU-Ecolabel and the Swedish certifications Gröna Nyckeln & KRAV.
STF Abisko offer four different accommodation, all of them offering a good night sleep. Regardless where you stay, you always have access to self-catering kitchen, drying room, sauna and washing machine. In the main building you will find the front desk, the hotel, the sports shop “Fjällboden” with equipment rental and the restaurant “Kungsleden”.
At the hotel you will stay in nice single or double rooms where many of the rooms have a great view over lake Torneträsk and the mountains. All rooms have showers and toilets.
Keron – self-catering chalet
Here, you will find 2- and 4-bunk bed accommodation in each room. All rooms have a couch that can be used as a spare bed. The common kitchens are spacious and fully equipped. You’ll find showers, toilets and a sauna in the corridor.
The big and spacious cabins (60 square metres) fit 4 – 6 persons. Each cabin has a fully equipped kitchen, shower/toilet, drying facilities, living room and two bedrooms.
Nuolja Ski Hut
This is STF Abisko’s oldest building. The rooms have 2 – 6 beds. The standard of the room is a lot like a mountain hut – no running water and an outdoor toilet. There is a small kitchen and electricity. Showers and sauna can be found at Keron and the hotel. In wintertime the Nuolja Ski Hut is primarily used by skiers.
Close to the main building is a camping ground where you can raise your tent.