This lake front cabin enjoys its own private uninterrupted view of the lake with it's own small balcony. Although small it is cosy and in a magnificent position. It is a lovely space to drink coffee, wine or even tea and enjoy peaceful views to the beautiful lake. Kiruna city is only 15km away by car.
The cottage can sleep a maximum of 3 guests.
Toilet, shower and ktichen are facilitated by the communal service building which is 30 seconds walk next to the cabin.
The camp has several wood fired sauna's which are free to use one of which floats on the lake.
You can order your bag of wood at the reception for 90 sek/bag.
Should you choose to cook outside on one of our lovely Midnight Sun summer evenings or indeed viewing the breathtaking Northern Lights in the winter, we have several barbecue pits and huts
Accommodates: 3 people
Bedrooms: a single bed (80cm) and a sofa bed (130cm) in the living area
Bathrooms: in the common service area 50m nearby
Kitchen: in the common service area
WI-FI in the common service area
Fridge inside the cabin and additional one in the common service area
Kettle inside the cabin
Free parking on site
Bed linen and towel are NOT included you can hire from us or bring your own ones, you can browse our pricelist for further information. For higyenical reason all our guest will be required to use them.
We are a self cleaning and self catering wilderness camp, you are expected to restore the cabin in the same cleaning condition you found it but if you prefer you can hire our cleaning service for a fee upon arrival at the reception
Cleaning service fee: 350 SEK
Check in: 15:00 pm
Latest Check out: 11:30 am
Pets: No pets allowed for allergic reason
Winter price: 850 sek/cabin/night
Summer price: 800 sek/cabin/night
What you can do near Camp Alta
The cabin is in a remarkable location 145km north of the Arctic Circle. Whilst in Europe's largest wilderness it is relatively close is the Kiruna City (15km) where you have easy access to all local amenities and shops. In the winter Camp Alta is one of Lapland's best places to view the Northern Lights (made famous worldwide by our reviews on Trip Advisor) and in summer you have the fantastic opportunity to stare with delightful fascination at Lapland's eloquent Midnight Sun. We are a short drive to Nikkaluotka and the gateway to the Swedish mountains and the Kings Trail (Kungsleden) or you can visit Kebnekaise, Sweden's largest mountain. The world famous Ice Hotel is only 10 mins drive away in the quaint historical village of Jukkasjarvi. Here you can also visit the Nutti Sami Centre, taste some traditional Sami cuisine, see the history of the Sami and visit the oldest standing Sami church in Lapland which is over 400 years old.
People from all over the world often enjoy a tranquil few days stay at Camp Alta whilst traveling to and from Lofoten. Known for its spectacular nature attractions, fjords, and mountains. Here many also enjoy the splendour of the Northern Lights and Midnight Sun. Other activities include hiking, outstanding fishing, Kayaking, and climbing. You can also visit some of the famous Norwegian war museums as well as The Viking Museum at Borg, built inside the largest archaeological find of an ancient Viking longhouse (83m) and experience the Viking Era as it really was.
Of course on Camp Alta's doorstep, there are also some fantastic fishing opportunities with the mighty Torn River, also known as The Tornio. Rising at Lake Torn (Torneträsk – Swedish) near the Norwegian border and heading through into Finland 522km in length into the Gulf of Bothnia. This is the largest free-flowing river in Lapland. Not forgetting another fishing paradise, the Kalix River (Kalixälven) both of which are home to an abundant amount of Salmon, Trout, Grayling, Whitefish & Perch depending on the season.
In the winter season at Camp Alta you can also enjoy our amazing Dog Sledding and Snowmobile tours and other winter activities (see our tour page for more details)
Only one hour’s drive from Kiruna you encounter the grandeur of Abisko natural park. Another good place to experience the wonderful nature of Swedish Lapland. The national park is famous for its hiking possibilities on the Kungsleden (Kings Trail). Winter time offers cross-county skiing, snowshoeing and other winter sports which you can also enjoy at Camp Alta. Bjorkliden and Riksgransen nearby also offer back country and downhill skiing. As Abisko is nearly 200km into the Arctic Circle, here you can also view Lapland’s Midnight Sun and in winter this is another good place to view The Northern Lights.(Less...)