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Fall outside winter inside at IcehotelFall outside - Winter inside. Sleep on ice all year round. Art Suite Design Tjåsa Gusfors & Patrick Dallard. Photo Asaf Kliger and Graeme Richardson.

World Wellness Weekend

A hotel and art exhibition made of ice from the river Torne, each year reincarnated in a brand new design. A place to discover silence, arctic lights, glistening snow clad forests, reindeer, cloudberries, kettle coffee and much more. Sleep amongst ice art and enjoy arctic activities and award winning food year round. Welcome to World Wellness Weekend at ICEHOTEL.

September 22

Yoga session

Welcome to a yoga session at ICEHOTEL. With focus on movement, this yoga flow loosens up and strengthens your body to increase your wellbeing. The Arctic Yoga Flow suits everyone, from the beginner to the experienced yogi.

We start with a warm-up and salute the northern lights. The flow continues with a series of yoga positions that we move through as we breathe. The session ends with unwinding and savasana (relaxation laying down).

The session includes

  • 60 minutes yoga
  • A yoga mat to borrow
  • Licensed yoga instructor
  • Increased wellbeing

September 23

Guided hiking tour – depending on the participants

Hiking is a trending activity and suitable for everyone from kids to athletes. The forests surrounding Icehotel and the slightly hilly terrain is perfect for the inexperienced hikers that wants to enjoy fresh air, great views and stroll through Europe’s northernmost pine moors, which nestles the remnants of the Leppäkoski mine dating back to the 1600’s.

Kiruna city is only a short 20-minute trip away from Icehotel and offers interesting walks up on the old mines. The mountain Luossavaara has a ski slope in the winter and a hiking trail during summer – the Midnight Sun Trail, with spectacular views over Kiruna and the mine.

If you get hooked on hiking

More challenging trails can be found within a mere hour from the vicinity of Kiruna. Sweden’s highest peak Kebnekaise 2,104 m (6,903 ft) is snow-clad year round and the Tarfala glacier can be found in the same area. They are part of the Scandinavian Mountains and form the border between Sweden and Norway in the north, where you can find more hiking trails with different difficulty levels and breathtaking landscapes like taken out of a fantasy novel.


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