This summer is different due to the current pandemic – at the same time, nothing is out of ordinary in nature. We currently follow the directions from the Public Health Agency of Sweden and tailor our offerings and experiences with the safety and minimalization of infection risk in mind. Please read further down on this page what actions we take. Yet, all the iconic experiences of northern Scandinavia remain, and we would like to wish you a warm welcome out into this incredible environment.

Holiday special: Freeride lesson

Dogsled tour

Childrens ski school

fr. 625:-/pers





fr. 275:-/pers

Cave adventure

fr. 695:-/pers


fr. 695:-/pers

Björkliden for children


fr. 400:-/pers

Lake Rissajaure

fr. 365:-/pers

Tales of the coffee pot

fr. 695:-/pers

Northern light snowshoe trek

fr. 995:-/pers

The magic of making fire – wilderness skills

fr. 695:-/pers

Snowmobile tours

Nordic touring skis – A tour into nature

fr. 795:- adults, children 495:-/pers

Ski touring with private guide – Björkliden

Calming snow shoe trek through the winter wonderland

fr. 695:-/pers

Ice fishing

fr. 895:-/pers

Off-piste guide

fr. 645:-/pers

Private ski- or snowboard lesson

fr. 945:-/pers

Kids offpist – Björkliden

fr. 495:-/pers

Ice climbing

1313 – Ski touring classic for beginners

fr. 1195:-/pers


To make sure you get the best and safest experience possible in Björkliden we have taken actions to ensure your health and minimize the infection risk. All activities are taking place outside and you will meet your guide at a designated place outdoors. Most of the activities can be offered as private bookings. If you would like to book an activity for your private group, please contact our booking department and they will help you. We also ask you to stay at home if you feel any symptoms or are unsure about your health. 

Since many of you don’t live in the presence of an arctic climate, we have warm overalls to lend for the activities. The overalls are getting washed between every guest. You are welcome to use your own clothes, and if you do so, we advice to choose your warmest jacket. We also advise you to bring you own warm hat, warm boots and mittens. Remember that mittens are much warmer than gloves.

Some of the activities for the winter 2020/2021 can only be booked on demand. Contact our booking department for more information.