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Kings Trail Arctic Snowshoe

Kings Trail Arctic Snowshoe

Kings Trail Arctic Snowshoe Overview

In the extreme north of Sweden, 180kms inside the Arctic Circle, hides the last remote wilderness of Lapland. Arriving here you will experience the unique home of the Sámi people and the Kings Trail. The winter snowshoe expedition starts in Abisko, home to one of Sweden’s oldest National Parks, and is one of the best places to view the Aurora.

In the extreme north of Sweden, 180kms inside the Arctic Circle, hides the last remote wilderness of Lapland. Arriving here you will experience the unique home of the Sámi people and the Kings Trail. An expansive landscape of incredible glaciers, birchforests, powerful rivers and the highest mountains in Sweden. Your winter snowshoe expedition starts in Abisko, home to one of Sweden’s oldest National Parks, and is one of the best places on earth to view the Aurora (Northern Lights). You will average 14kms per day trekking through the spectacular and everchanging landscapes. Spending each night in remote Arctic mountain huts where you can enjoy a sauna to cap off a perfect day of snowshoeing. This is an amazing opportunity to feel like an Arctic explorer with carrying your own kit, chopping wood, lighting fire stoves for warmth in the mountain huts, cooking food and fetching water from remote ice wells. It’s an incredible week of digital detox in pristine frozen wilderness. No previous snowshoeing experience is required as training and practice sessions are provided. Join us for this unique expedition which has been designed by Chief Ewe Jim and our local crew and is exclusive to Adventurous Ewe. On departure of this expedition you’ll receive a free Water-To-Go Bottle to help eliminate our plastic footprint in Sweden. By joining Adventurous Ewe not only will you have an incredible and insightful expedition, you can take pride in knowing your journey will help continue our support of the leading climate change charity, Cool Earth.
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