Spring Break in Swedish Lapland

Swedish fika during a cross-country ski tour
Photo Asaf Kliger

Sweden in February & MARCH

Swap taxi for dogsledding, crowded rooms to open landscapes, and treadmills to cross-country skis. Bring the whole family on a snowy adventure in Swedish Lapland, 200 km north of the Arctic Circle.

Just in time for the spring break, the polar night has ended, and we see the sun’s rays again, which makes it even more wonderful to spend time out in the untouched wilderness.

ACTIVITIES In the Wilderness

We have winter activities for everyone in the family – join us on a dog sledding tour, try ice fishing or go on a cross-country ski tour and taste a cup of coffee and Swedish Fika outside in the snow-covered landscape.

We have several winter activities to choose from and something to suite everyone, whether you’re looking for an adrenaline-filled adventure or something relaxing.


snowmobiles on torne river
Photo Asaf Kliger
Artist Lena Kriström carving in ice
Photo Anna Öhlund


MARCH 10-12, 2023

Experience ice sculpting live with us when the artist Lena Kriström is on site. This is a unique chance to experience ice sculpting up close by a professional artist. Watch the sculpture take shape between 10–12 March in the square outside Icehotel 33. The artwork will remain in place for a few weeks before the weather and wind take their toll and the sculpture returns to the Torne River.


Although the sun has climbed over the horizon, the evenings and nights are still dark and if the weather permits there is a good chance of seeing the magical Northern Lights dance on the sky during the spring holiday.


Northern lights over Icehotel winter
Photo Asaf Kliger