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Winter Activities

Privately guided Winter activities, carefully curated.

Experience Sami Culture on an Arctic Circle Visit

Meet the Sami people and experience their way of life herding reindeer in the Arctic. This tour will stop at the Arctic Circle monument and provide lifelong memories.

Length: 6 h

Day Trip to Storforsen Nature Reserve

Experience the majestic river landscape of Storforsen Nature Reserve, home to Northern Europe’s most voluminous rapid, which flows even during extreme cold.

Length: 5 h

Nordic Ski Touring

Experience Sweden’s traditional means for traveling in the snow and fully immerse into the silent winter landscape.

Length: 4 h

Snowshoe Walk

Let our guide lead you through an expanse of untouched snow, in an otherwise inaccessible area. Learn about Arctic nature, which is simultaneously hardy and delicate.

Length: 5 h

Northern Lights Photography

If you have long been fascinated by the northern lights, this workshop is for you. Pick up some helpful tips from an experienced photographer for shooting the Aurora Borealis. Take in the vastness of an Arctic winter night under a sky free from light and air pollution.

Length: 2 h

Dog Sled

Join an exciting dog sled tour together with owner Kim Jonsson. Together with his team of Alaskan Huskies you will experience the art of driving a sled with a team of dogs in the wilderness. You can choose between a tour where you and your partner share a sled or have one sled each.

Length: 4-5 h

Winter Activities

Privately guided Winter activities, carefully curated.

Experience Sami Culture on an Arctic Circle Visit

Meet the Sami people and experience their way of life herding reindeer in the Arctic. This tour will stop at the Arctic Circle monument and provide lifelong memories.

Length: 6 h

Day Trip to Storforsen Nature Reserve

Experience the majestic river landscape of Storforsen Nature Reserve, home to Northern Europe’s most voluminous rapid, which flows even during extreme cold.

Length: 5 h

Nordic Ski Touring

Experience Sweden’s traditional means for traveling in the snow and fully immerse into the silent winter landscape.

Length: 4 h

Snowshoe Walk

Let our guide lead you through an expanse of untouched snow, in an otherwise inaccessible area. Learn about Arctic nature, which is simultaneously hardy and delicate.

Length: 5 h

Northern Lights Photography

If you have long been fascinated by the northern lights, this workshop is for you. Pick up some helpful tips from an experienced photographer for shooting the Aurora Borealis. Take in the vastness of an Arctic winter night under a sky free from light and air pollution.

Length: 2 h

Dog Sled

Join an exciting dog sled tour together with owner Kim Jonsson. Together with his team of Alaskan Huskies you will experience the art of driving a sled with a team of dogs in the wilderness. You can choose between a tour where you and your partner share a sled or have one sled each.

Length: 4-5 h

THE HISTORY

Back in the day, timber floating was a common way to transport timber. The timber floated inland from the forests on flowing streams and rivers to sawmills on the coast.The people who worked with timber were known as loggers and they had a very hard, and often dangerous job. Walking on rolling timber and breaking up log jams could sometimes result in drowning.

Strategically placed logger’s cabins close to the rivers and streams were built during the 1940’s. In the 70’s and 80’s this method of transporting timber stopped as trucks and trains took over. Logger’s Lodge is an original timber cabin from 1942 with a big central fireplace in the middle of the cabin.

This cabin served as a temporary home for up to 16 loggers, all of whom slept on bunk beds after a hard day’s work. Everybody had his own cast-iron pan and sat around the fireplace to cook food. You can still feel the history in the building and in the surroundings that reminds you of another era.

Today the lodge is carefully renovated to a romantic luxury suite for 2. The exterior timber logs are painted in the Swedish traditional falu red paint and the pine interior walls are burnt to emphasize the beautiful pattern in the wood.

The Bodträskå stream that floated the timber is just a stone’s throw away from the lodge.

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