Holiday at Abisko Lodge

Enjoy a heliski adventure in Abisko on the 68th parallel north, in Sweden’s breathtaking scenery.
The midnight sun and the northern lights are no myth and you can experience these fascinating phenomena in this unspoiled natural environment.
The surrounding peaks rise to 1,400 meters and are covered in light, stable powder that you will love skiing.
It is a fantastic playground and a complete change of scenery for you to discover in a totally authentic atmosphere.


Early March to late May


Ecureuil AS-350 B3


Scandinavian Alps


Semi-private or private


A wide range of descents nearby
Breathtaking, unspoiled natural surroundings
Guides with in-depth knowledge of the area
The welcoming, simple atmosphere of the Lodge
A real change of scenery in this remote corner of the world


To reach Abisko, you have to fly to Kiruna airport in Sweden or Narvik airport in Norway.
A private transfer will be organized to take you to Abisko Lodge, your base camp for the week, named after the mountain of the same name.
It is a short transfer of about 1 hour from Kiruna and 1½ hours from Narvik.
You will be welcomed by the lodge staff and shown to your rooms.
The evening continues with an equipment check and a briefing on basic heliskiing safety.
You will then have time to chat to your guides and discuss the week’s program before dinner.

the lodge is in an ideal location and is an exclusive gateway to amazing skiing and thrilling days.
After a hearty, gourmet breakfast, we get ready to set off to enjoy the routes selected according to the conditions.
The drop-off points are located within a short distance of each other so we can optimize flight time and take advantage of the multitude of drop-off points throughout the day.
Swedish Lapland is a landlocked region but benefits from a maritime climate, a combination that is another major advantage, guaranteeing cold, light and often abundant snow.
The helicopter drops you off at the summit so you can enjoy skiing the long slopes on open terrain coming down to forests of pine, spruce and birch.
When it suits you during your skiing time, we stop for a gourmet lunchtime picnic so you can set off again full of energy.
We return to the lodge in the middle or at the end of the day and you can then relax in your room or opt to unwind in the sauna.
In the evening, you join your guides again for a hearty meal.
The chef skillfully combines local specialties to offer a high-quality bistronomic menu.

Your stay in the Sápmi region is already coming to an end, leaving you with wonderful memories and many stories to tell.
You will be taken back to the airport for your return flight.


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From €10,700/person on a semi-private basis
From €58,800/group (based on 4 people) for a private group

Sweden - Europe



What you will appreciate most about Abisko Mountain is the relaxed atmosphere. The hotel’s location in the Lapporten valley makes it the perfect base camp for our adventures in Swedish Lapland.
The hotel offers single, twin and double rooms as well as a superior room option.
All the rooms are decorated in Scandinavian style, combining minimalism and warmth, and they all have an en suite bathroom offering every comfort.
To help your muscles relax after long days of skiing and ensure optimum recovery, you can enjoy the sauna and book a massage if you wish.
The hotel has a bar where you can enjoy a coffee, a glass of wine or a cocktail. You can sip your drink in a cozy fireside atmosphere.
The hotel’s restaurant is Brasserie FjällKöket, an upmarket brasserie in a tranquil setting.
The chef and his team prepare refined dishes in which seasonal produce is sublimated with balance and finesse. You will be surprised by the combinations of meat and fish, with salmon and herring served alongside reindeer and elk, accompanied by vegetables and local berries.
The wine list offers a fine selection to accompany your dinners and celebrate your days.