The winter also offers plenty of opportunities for fishing! Bring warm clothes and a thermos of coffee and wait for the char to take the bait.
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When travelling by helicopter, all of the fishing waters in the landscape are just a stone’s throw away.
After a long day of hiking in the Jokkmokk wilderness, a good way of relaxing is to treat yourself with a massage.
Imagine learning driving a dog sledge and going for a weeks journey through one of Sweden’s best preserved wilderness ares.
Jokkmokk is rich with history as well as contemporary culture; learn about Sami culture at Ájtte or attend a live show at Café Gasskas.
Jokkmokk has a strong food culture with plenty of local ingredients from the surroundings, but also chinese food, thai food and persian food. And also pizza, of course.
Northern lights, polar lights, Aurora Borealis. During cold, clear winter nights you have the chance to experience how the sky shifts in veils of purple and green.
The reindeers leaves the mountains areas in favor of the forest areas during wintertime. So drive safely, and keep an on the roadside – you just might see one strolling by the road.
A nice way of experiencing midwinter here in Jokkmokk is to ride on a warm horseback along well-travelled paths, seeing the snow-laden trees pass by.
Besides the famous winter market, Jokkmokk offers a rich shopping experience, with everything from traditional Sami craft to contemporary fashion and design.
Venturous downhill skiing, contemplative cross country skiing among snowy firs, or why not a ski tour on the mountain – Jokkmokk offer skiing opportunities for all personalities.
Rent a snowmobile and go for a ride along beautiful winter trails, or tag along on a guided tour
Destination Jokkmokk/Jokkmokk Tourist Information
Stortorget 4 / Box 124
962 23 Jokkmokk
Lat/Long.: 66.604800, 19.834300
Tel: +46 (0) 971 - 222 50