Swedish Lapland
03/26/2017 at 18:40. Facebook
When Agata Mleczko first heard about the King’s Trail, she knew she had to walk it. It turned out to be a life-changing experience.

How walking the King's Trail changed my life - Swedish Lapland

Yes! There's great food to be had in Swedish Lapland.

Why foodies should head to Swedish Lapland

Walk, bike and drive cars on frozen water is something we do.
What's not to love about these northern lights photos? They were taken in Björkliden Fjällby yesterday where you can ski during the day and at night - sleep like a baby. Or stay up late and gaze upon the sky.

Thanks Graeme Richardson for the photos.
There's lots of fun to be had in the snow!
Time to get your creative juices flowing - ICEHOTEL is looking for artists to design next season's hotel!

Artist Application

Top 1: treehotel in Swedish Lapland when CNN Travel ranks the best hotels in the middle of nowhere!

Best hotels in the middle of nowhere

Your kids won't be reaching for any screens if you take them ice fishing. There's enough excitement to go around.

Revelling in Arctic Char in Abborrträsk

Now that Riksgränsen is open, ski season is in full bloom in Swedish Lapland. See you on the slopes!

Into the winter

"Especially skating with the led-lights in the middle of the night was awesome."
Finally Friday and a good excuse to relax and pamper yourself. With some Ice Yoga perhaps?

Yoga on Ice

Today are the annual Championships in Winter Swimming! As you know, a good swimming cap (badmössa) is required in any legit swimming competition. Here in Swedish Lapland-style.
You've heard about treehotel's new room, right? If not, check this out: [ Bit.ly Link ]
MailOnline Travel's Annabel Fenwick Elliott spent four nights in Swedish Lapland to chase the Northern Lights, and found herself spellbound by the fairytale landscape of Kiruna underneath them.

Why Swedish Lapland is such a magical place to see the Northern Lights

It's Sámi National Day! Today marks the 100th anniversary of the first Sámi Congress held in Trondheim, Norway on February 6th, 1917. Congratulations! Lihkku beivvin!

Sami in Sweden

Skiing under the northern lights? Yes please.
Sámi design can be cool, innovative and often sustainable. But most of all unique. These are some of the designers you can meet at the Jokkmokk Winter Market (perhaps online too).

5 questions to 5 Sámi designers