Norwegian Lapland, "Finnmark" in Finnish, is located in the extreme northeastern part of Norway, north of Finland and west of Russia, bordered by the Norwegian Sea on the northwest and the Arctic Ocean on the northeast. Another icy adventure to the end of the world !...
Lapland (or Sápmi in the Sámi language) stretches over four countries: Norway, Sweden, Finland and the Kola peninsula of Russia. Lapland is the ultimate winter travel destination ! This dreamy part of the world has it all… Nature is everywhere, sometimes spectacular or simply beautiful. In Lapland, it takes only a few minutes to forget the frenzy of daily life and to plunge into a peaceful, stillness and pristine nature. A trip to Lapland is an opportunity to breathe the pure northern air, to live in communion with nature or “Friluftsliv”, to contemplate the wild landscapes, to slide on a dog sled under the northern lights or to settle down in a cottage by the water and relax in a sauna in the middle of the polar night.Lapland is also an opportunity to discover the culture of the Sami, a nomadic tribe from the far north who are today the only indigenous people still present in Europe.
Our road trip to discover Lapland in winter…
From Enontekiö in Finland to Grøtfjord in Norway with its breathtaking view of the Arctic Ocean, we drove 230 miles.
The different regions of Lapland visited by C-Ludik
Lapland in video
Experience the magic of winter in Lapland in 1-minute chrono.
14 unique reasons to visit Lapland in winter
- Snowshoeing on the frozen lakes
- Enjoy Falun’s Red Wooden Houses/li>
- Sleep in an ice hotel in the middle of nature
- Discover dog sledding and be a musher for one day
- Experience traditional Sámi culture
- Climb the Saana fell, sacred to Sámi people
- Discover the culture of Sámi reindeer herding
- Ice fishing in Sámi culture
- Driving a snowmobile
- Walk in Tromsø, the “Paris of the North”
- Sunset over a winter landscape
- Hunting for the Northern Lights
- Discover the hidden Fjords of Norway
- Visit Grøtfjord, a magical view of the Arctic Ocean
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Stories and tips for traveling and discovering Lapland
In Lapland, North of the Arctic circle in Finland, it takes only a few minutes to forget the frenzy of daily life and to plunge into a peaceful, stillness and pristine nature. Kilpisjärvi (Gilbbesjávri in Sámi language) has a population of about 100 and is located...
Hyvää päivää, Lapland (or Sápmi in the Sámi language) stretches over four countries: Norway, Sweden, Finland and the Kola peninsula of Russia. The region is bounded by the Norwegian Sea on the west, the Barents Sea to the north and the White Sea in the east. This...