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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Abisko national park offers stunning view of the mountains and the lake. Great to view the northern lights, as there are no artificial lights around. There are hiking trails for everyone, from beginners to experts. I have loved to spend a week there. It...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank VivienneJop
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

What a peaceful place to be. It’s you and the nature. All the walking routes are marked and they all have different length. We took a nice walk next to the river. If you want to you can walk all day. But this time of...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Lorelei55
Reviewed October 25, 2018

We were on a photographing course with OS Retkipalvelut guide. On a way there we saw Northern lights! Abisko is beautiful and there are many many places to see and take amazing photos.

Date of experience: February 2018
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Reviewed August 30, 2018

You can hiking here and enjoying beautiful views from everywhere. It is always sunny there and there are a lot of possibilities to hike. You are just surrounded by wilderness and typical northern nature. Also it is so interesting to find out more about Sami...More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank DavidSchmidt19
Reviewed August 29, 2018

It is a park with a lot of nice walks. With the free map it is easy to find your own way into this wonderful nature. The trails are well marked and at some places there are small signs that informs you about what you...More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Mikee_haga
Reviewed August 27, 2018 via mobile

Perfect views, nice walking trails with a decent map and signs along the way. A lot of flowers and mushrooms, birds and water. Amazing for a day trip while in the area

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank אוריה ג
Reviewed August 26, 2018

It's on the way to Narvik Norway. We took the train to Narvik but later drove up to the park. Saw reindeer there and it's possible to use the train stop to begin hiking in the area. A good representation of the whole area.

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Dkommers
Reviewed July 27, 2018

All of the trails are very easy to follow, being marked with individual colours. At the 'base' of the national park, there is an information centre with maps and information in different languages!

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank jennyq10
Reviewed July 25, 2018

A real treat to be able to walk in the national park; we were very lucky with the weather but would imagine that anytime of the year would be breathtaking here!

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank AdnerbTupp84
Reviewed July 23, 2018

I may be biased as my favourite type of holiday is hiking - preferably in colder parts of the world (mountains or tundra usually). Abisko has to offer a beautiful scenery and accessible hiking trails. This is also an endpoint of the Kungsleden trail which...More

Date of experience: July 2018
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adnan013
January 20, 2017|
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Response from Njord v | Reviewed this property |
The hotel at Bjorkliden facilitates the tour to the aurora station also.
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I am not sure about the weather in May, because I was there during December. But verify from the internet how much is daytime there, like how early does it get dark and how long is the daytime there. Right now, March the... More
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Alon C
Copenhagen, Denmark
Abisko and the area around (1 Replies)
Hi I would like to go hiking/snowshoeing in places like Abisko National Park and the area around it. I will take a train from Cph - Kiruna and then the train from Kiruna to Abisko. This will be from approx. Dec 25 to January 7th. My questions are the following: 1) Would there even be enough snow on the ground? I'm asking this as I don't want to bring my 2kg snowshoes and then have to carry them around if there is enough snow to just hike with my boots. 2) How cold does it get there...More
August 09, 2012|
Response fromjohol355|
1) Yes. Abisko has relatively little precipitation, but there will definitely be snow around new years. Daylight is scarce though... 2) Temperatures could be ranging from -10C to -40C. In the mountains it is also very important to keep the wind chill effect in mind. For example, if it's -26C and there is a slight wind (6 m/s) the the effective temperature will be -38C. 3) Surely not to much. Bring at least two sets of base layers and make sure one set is always dry for your own safety.
daniellesykes86
Leeds, United Kingdom
Where shall we go with only 5 days to explore? (1 Replies)
Hello everyone. My boyfriend and I are coming to Sweden in 3 weeks for just 7nights. We have friends in Stockholm so will be staying with them our first night then the final 1 / 2nights. So we have 4/5 days in between where we want to travel North. Do you have any advice? Suggestions? We are hoping to see Aurora...do you think this is likely or am I being too optimistic for this time of year?? We thought about taking the train to Lulea but then read a bad review about it. Has anyone...More
September 15, 2012|
Response fromWhiskyTraveller|
In Abisko you can stay at the hostel (STF Mountain Station - http://bit.ly/jqKIFj) for 370 SEK (for non-STF-members). Aurora might show herself foy you, but there are no guarantees.
tripchoya
France
Help with loop itinerary (Finland - Sweden - Norway) (6 Replies)
After some research, we have a rough idea for our Lapland honeymoon. This is the outline of our itinerary, for late March. We chose Lapland mainly for the northern lights, but we’re interested in fantastic scenery, and the sami culture too. From Rovaniemi, we will rent a car, heading north-west through Sweden, towards Abisko National Park. After, to Lofoten Islands for 2-3 days. Then we head north-east towards Tromso, Alta, and North Cape. We drive down south towards Saariselkä and then...More
February 07, 2014|
Response fromYukebox|
Two weeks sounds reasonable. A hectic road trip would be doable even in a week (have done it), but two weeks allows you to stay few days in the most interesting places. In my own experience driving time estimates in google maps are fairly good, although slightly optimistic, as long as you stay on the main roads. Lofoten is beautiful, stay there as long as you can! Swedish Lapland is less interesting imho. It will be better to book accommodation in advance. The most inexpensive cabins in...More