Head out for
new experiences
at the Arctic Circle

Head out for
new experiences
at the Arctic Circle

Our winter season activities

Our official winter season starts December 1 and lasts till late-April. The Northern lights can be seen already in autumn, and we do northern light-tours by minivan already from October. The snow usually arrives sometime in November, but it changes from one year to another. Follow us on Instagram, and we’ll keep you updated! 

Many of our tours include pickup and drop off at your accommodation within 15km from the center of Övertorneå.

Please have a look below to find out more about our winter tours. If you have special requests, please feel free to contact us! 

 

Northern Light hunting

The Northern Lights are a marvelous phenomenon that lights up our arctic sky. Our tours will give you the best opportunities to experience the magic of the Aurora Borealis, close to the Arctic Circle!

Skiing and snow shoeing tours

These traditional ways of moving on snow are still today the best choice when you like to get close to nature! No matter if you are a beginner or a semi-professional cross country skier, we have the perfect tour for you! Former elite-skier as your guide will make sure you have a great time!

Winter fishing tours

Ice Fishing on a frozen lake is probably one of the most relaxing winter experiences! Different options are available: Go by car or by snowshoes. Walk on the ice-covered lake, drill a hole in the ice, and start fishing. Of course, we'll have something to eat by the warming fire!

Arctic animal tours

Get to know the incredible arctic animals, such as the reindeer. Feed them, take photos, or go for a sled ride. A memory for life!

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