When travelling to Finland, a holidaymaker is often looking for an authentic experience in the Nordic wilderness with a backdrop of unblemished nature. One such distinctive destination is Syöte, Finland’s southernmost fell region, which offers access to two ski centres, Syöte National Park, and an abundance of other activities that will bring you closer to nature.
With a population of only nine million, finding a slice of winter wilderness in Sweden is enviably easy and Swedish Lapland, with its magical snowscapes and dramatic mountain ranges, is one of the best places to enjoy all it has to offer. Icehotel_husky sledging_Discover the WorldWhether you’re seeking the thrill of snow mobiling, husky sledging or ice driving at the world famous ICEHOTEL, or if you’d rather take a leisurely stroll through the arctic landscape or just sit back and soak up the silence, there are a myriad options from which to choose.
Lillehammer, the middle-sized Norwegian town, is probably best know for hosting the winter Olympics in 1994 and for its array of winter sports activities. But one does not have to be a professional skier to enjoy the town’s many facets. When visiting Clarion Collection Hotel Hammer in Lillehammer, guests can combine skiing with a stay in the middle of the lively and typically cosy Norwegian town with its bars, restaurants and shops just outside.
Majestically located on the edge of Fefor Lake and surrounded by the peaks of Jotunheimen, the historic Fefor Mountain Hotel with its numerous outdoor activities provides magic settings for a peaceful ski holiday. The almost-130-year-old hotel lies 930 metres above sea level, but located in the middle of Norway it is still easily accessible.