Snowmobile tours

From 1495:- SEK

Have you been dreaming of driving a snowmobile and reach far out in the untouched wilderness? Drive to place you otherwise can’t reach surrounded by mountains and beautiful views? At our neighbouring resort Björkliden do we offer both shorter and longer snowmobile tours in Abisko National park and when our mountain station Låktatjåkko opens in the spring it is also possible to go there by snowmobile and enjoy their famous waffles! It is possible to travle to Björkliden with our transfer bus and be just in time for the snowmobile tours to start. Make a note in your booking that you are traveling with bus or privat vehicle from Riksgränsen.

    General information

    The tours start in Björkliden, you can travel to Björkliden for free with our transfer bus if you have a  accomodation booked with us in Riksgränsen.

    The tour starts with a safety introduction by our educated guides. Safety is important for us on the tours. We recommend warm clothes as the activity goes outside. Minimum age 5 years. Children age 5-7 sits in a sled behind the guide. Older children sits behind a parent on the snomobile. Book your snowmobile adventure today!

    For the tours taking place in Abisko National park, your guide will meet you at the entrance of Hotel Fjället and take you by car to the starting point.


Are you ready for a longer snowmobile adventure? 9 km into the mountain from Björkldien is the mountain lodge Låktatjåkko located. You start the tour with a safety review of the snowmobile before you set of into the mountains. The review of the snowmobiles takes place efficiently and there is also a chance to drive a small test round before we leave. We start the climb quite immediately and up on the plateau Rakkaslakku we get to enjoy sweeping views in all directions. You will stop for lunch and maybe a coffee at the lodge. After lunch we take the snowmobiles to explore the mountains a little more, maybe a trip down to the wolf pass and then return to Björkliden again. Time: 5 hours.

Note, the tour starts in Björkliden.

Price: from 2095 SEK



Explore the wonderful winter landscape in Abisko National Park and drive on the world famous Kungsleden (King’s trail)!

We will be traveling through the magnificent mountain scenery of Abisko with high mountains, frozen lakes and swamps, as well as great views of Torneträsk, Sweden´s second largest lake. With some luck we might get a glimpse of the wildlife in the National Park. Along the route we will take a break and enjoy a traditional Swedish fika, a hot drink and cookies.

We travel in small groups of maximum 8 people to ensure an exclusive experience. There will be time to take photos along the way. If you choose to share a snowmobile you will have the opportunity to swap driver during the tour.

Note, the tour starts in Björkliden.

Price: from 1495 SEK


Terms and conditions

We reserves the right to cancel tours due to weather conditions. In such case you will be refunded the whole amount. We reserves the right to change the tours by the conditions
– Make a decision whether a guest should change from driving a snowmobile to be a passenger instead.
– Changing the starting point due to snow conditions.– In some cases the maximum number of guests on a tour is changed.

We have the right to refuse a guest the right to drive a snowmobile if, in our opinion, there is any security risk. Guests who cannot communicate in English, Swedish or any language spoken by the guide, are not allowed to drive a snowmobile and will join the tour as passengers instead. Consumption of alcohol or other drugs is not permitted on any of our tours. The guides have the right to deny guests under the influence from joining any tour.

Please note – A driver’s license for a snowmobile, car, mc, moped or tractor is required in order to drive a snowmobile. According to Swedish law, the use of a helmet is required, in order to drive a snowmobile. This also includes passengers traveling on the snowmobile. Helmets will be provided. If a guest causes damage to a snowmobile, they are obliged to pay an insurance fee of up to SEK 8,000.