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Travel stories: Erica & Andrew, US, learn ice sculpting and dog sledding

Erica Roberts and Andrew Batek from Northern Michigan have come a long way to experience ICEHOTEL. Now they can proudly say they’ve survived a night in temperatures below freezing at the world’s first hotel made of snow and ice.

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Summer opening times

What happens after the ICEHOTEL closes in April? Well, the actual hotel slowly makes it way back to the river while we greet the return of the Midnight Sun and twenty-four hour daylight and the intensity of the Arctic summer. Read more about our summer adventures and opening hours here.

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New at Icehotel: Winter Survival Introduction

During the winter season, Icehotel offers a wide range of outdoor activities. The latest addition to our popular tours is the Winter Survival Introduction. Come and join us for 4 exciting hours where you, together with one of our experienced guides, will learn the basics for surviving in the winter forests.

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Best places in the world for northern lights

The Aurora Sky Station in Abisko is picked by CNN as one of the best places in the world to see the northern lights. ICEHOTEL and Aurora Sky Station offer package deals where you can experience both the northern lights in Abisko and visit wonderful ICEHOTEL.

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An encounter with the Sámi

In Jukkasjärvi, just a stone’s throw away from ICEHOTEL, the Sami culture is a natural and living part of the daily life – and it hasn’t come about by chance.

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Colourful greetings in the winter night

The white snow reflects a heavenly light show – glittering stars, a full moon and the magical, mystical Northern Lights. But what, exactly, are the Northern Lights?

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It’s a dog’s life

Dog sledding is a favourite treat for many ICEHOTEL guests. Kenth Fjellborg has worked with sled dogs for over 20 years – and he is still astonished by what Alaskan Huskies are capable of.

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