Ice climbing is an exhilarating way to explore the natural wonders of the country, including the historic region of Lapland. The depths of winter create the perfect ice playground for conquering the frozen waterfalls. And no matter your level, experience the outdoors in national parks and UNESCO-listed areas. Visit during the winter months between December and April for ideal ice climbing conditions.
Located in the northernmost province, Lapland covers almost a quarter of the territory of Sweden. The region has been populated by the nomadic Sami people for centuries, who now blend with Swedish, Finnish and Norwegian communities. Lapland is well known for its Vindelfjällen Nature Reserve, which is one of the largest in the whole country, while other regions are protected as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The region of Lapland has a subarctic climate that is characterised by cold and snowy winters. And the dry, crisp air moderates the temperature. Temperatures can dip to -16°C to 3°C in the depths of winter.
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Visit during the winter months between December and April for ideal ice climbing conditions.
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