Backcountry Skiing trips – Sweden

Discover the amazing Swedish backcountry on an unforgettable ski adventure. Find a guide at Explore-share.com and book your next Backcountry Skiing trip in Sweden.

It is rumored that skis were invented in northern Sweden, some 6000 years ago. That in itself should be reason enough for ski enthusiasts to check out the pristine powder and backcountry opportunities of this stunning Scandinavian country. Compare and book a certified guide for your trip on Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from. Take a pick from our selection of Backcountry Skiing trips in Sweden. The mountains are calling!

 

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Sweden is famous for its advanced society and unique Scandinavian culture. And winter is definitely at its core! Head to the north of Sweden and enjoy an unforgettable backcountry adventure where you will be able to revel in amazing ski opportunities, as well as stunning landscapes with gorgeous wildlife and a chance to catch the Northern Lights! Furthermore, try some of the entertaining winter fun that the country has to offer and enjoy a unique winter adventure. Options include getting married in an ice chapel, drinking vodka from a frozen ice-glass, riding dog-sleds, and more! Go with one of the certified guides at Explore-Share.com and enjoy the backcountry adventure of a lifetime!

 

 

Good to Know

 

Weather

In the summer, temperatures range between 13 to 17°C in Sweden. In the winter, between - 22 to -3°C, and even up to -30°C in the north!

Language

Swedish

Currency

Swedish krona

How to get there

You can fly in direct to Stockholm from North America, India and Europe. Once in Sweden, to get to the north you can either fly to Kiruna or take a train.

Country Code

+46

Best time to visit

For backcountry skiing and catching the Auroral Borealis, the best time to visit Sweden is between late November and March.

 

 
 

 

What People Say

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I spent an astonishing week around Kebnekaise. Conditions were varied but thanks to Fred’s everlasting enthusiasm and knowledge of the
area, we managed to lock in some memorable runs. The area has an incredible amount of possibilities; we could have stayed muuuch longer!
Fred is one of those who manage the fine balance between being the guide you trust and the guy you
really enjoy to spend time with. By his down-to-earth and friendly way to treat his guests he creates a good platform for mountain adventures. At the same time he always knows where to find the best skiing, both in case of snow conditions and level of difficulty. We requested a glacier course for winter conditions, and ended up having fantastic days both skiing some amazing runs near Kebnekaise/Tarfala and learning a lot about rescue on glaciers. The area he picked was really an interesting area with possibilities both for skiing and glacier travel. Fred was a fantastic guide, knowing when to use the opportunity to get the best skiing and also managing to teach us what we needed. Thanks a lot Fred!

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