The winter suits provided by abisko.net made it so much more easier. Could not do it without it. Also be careful while you are walking on the bridge and try to be there before sundown
Abisko National Park is a fantastic place from which to view the Aurora Borealis. With a gigantic lake on one side and many trails leading through the woods, it is at once intimidating and breathtaking. In the snow, it can get quite slippery, though, and ice can be hard to detect, since it is often hidden beneath snow. Be careful not to fall.
It is the most beautiful view you can have from the chairlifts which take you to the National Park. Do take a night visit and go to spot some lights. It will be the most beautiful landscape you will ever see.
I didn't know what to expect, but it is beautiful in Abisko NP. And northern lights viewing is exceptionally good!
Don't miss the dog sledding! It was one of the highlights of our trip! You glide over the snow, spend some time in a teepee drinking warm lingonberry juice, and the dogs are adorable!
After a metre of snow, the landscape looked magical in the low afternoon light. Wonderful expanse and would love to come back with the wild flowers
The peace and quiet of the frozen wilderness with stunning views and wildlife will take you breath away .
I'm sure I would give a higher rating if there wasn't such a large snowstorm when visiting! Still, it was beautiful and paths were well marked.