Riksgränsen is a Swedish ski resort 200 km north of the Arctic Circle, in Kiruna municipality. Located right at the border with Norway, the name Riksgränsen literally means "The National Border".

UnderstandEdit

Riksgränsen is the world's northernmost ski resort. It opened in 1928 at Malmbanan, the rail line between Luleå and Narvik.

Get inEdit

By trainEdit

SJ has sleeper trains from Stockholm and Gothenburg to Riksgränsen. From Riksgränsen railway station it is not more than a few hundred metres to Hotell Riksgränsen and the ski slope.

By planeEdit

There are domestic flights from Stockholm to Kiruna, which is the closest airport. The flight takes approximately 90 minutes and from Kiruna you need to get a bus, train or car to Riksgränsen. The transfer does also take about 90 minutes.

By carEdit

You will easily reach Riksgränsen by taking the E10 that passes right through the village.

Get aroundEdit

SeeEdit

The scenery.

DoEdit

Outdoor life in generall, especially winter sport and mountain sport; climbing, hiking, fishing and snowmobiling.

BuyEdit

EatEdit

  • Grönan, +46 980-641 00, . An après-ski venue in Hotell Riksgränsen, serving drinks and burgers. Sometimes they host DJs and live music.
  • Lapplandia, +46 980 641 67. The fine dining hotel restaurant of Hotell Riksgränsen, serving dishes made from local produce.
  • 1 Lappis, +46 980-641 00. A restaurant and bar serving faster food like pizzas, hamburgers and soups.
  • Lobbybaren. Offer salads, sandwiches, burgers, soups and drinks.
  • 2 Meteorologen Ski Lodge, Riksgränsvägen 13, +46 980-641 00. A hotel restaurant of the hotel with the same name. Only hotel guests can pre-book tables.
  • 3 Nordals, +46 980-641 00. With 60 seats there is always a table available for lunch or fika. Offer lighter meals like sandwiches and gulasch soup.

DrinkEdit

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Routes through Riksgränsen
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