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  1. Happy to know that there is so much to see and do in Lapland. We have been planning to go ice climbing too for quite some time and it’s nice to know that you loved your experience there. Will definitely consider Lapland for this. I already took note of the guide you recommended.

    Ice dipping sounds adventurous and I am not sure if I am brave enough to do that but we’ll think about it. 🙂

  2. This is really one of my travel dreams – despite the fact that I hate the cold 😀 But these landscapes look so untouched and pure and absolutely beautiful. Also, I’d love some of the unique activities – especially enjoying a Finnish sauna after a long hike or some ice floating. Amazing experience that I’ll put way up high on my list 🙂

  3. Lapland definitely appeals with all these activities. I have been wanting to try out snow mobiles. I am quite intrigued by the cultural experience with the Samis. I definitely would like to know more about them and interact with them – possibly learn a little more about their crafts. And yes to that sauna – especially with the freezing temperatures. I don’t think I can resist a snowfight either. 🙂

  4. In the event that I ever travel in the winter, Lapland would be my top choice. Skiing, snow surfing, sledding, and ice climbing sound difficult, but I can’t wait to give them a try. The Sami culture is what I’m most interested in learning about, though. To truly enjoy a wonderful winter experience, refer to this guide!

  5. As a Canadian I never thought I would be checking out winter places to visit. But Lapland looks like the ideal place to start a new practice. It truly looks like a postcard in the snowy scenes. I might not be fit enough to try ice climbing but I would sure love those icy views. Snow shoeing might be more my pace. Especially with a hot sauna to warm up when we are done. We have been looking for a Northern Lights destination so will keep Lapland on the list.

  6. I have read many posts on Lapland earlier, but yours had the maximum info. Most people focus on the northern lights and reindeer carriages. I didn’t know that snow surfing originated there. And those sauna carriages are something different–what a beautiful experience to have them towed right upto your accommodation. I agree with you Nicole, That was one good winter holiday!

  7. Lapland looks like a proper frozen fairytale in winter. I have always wanted to visit, mainly because of Santa, but also to experience some of these amazing winter experiences. I would definitely love to try the ice fishing, I have only seen it in movies and it seems fascinating how you can have a fire directly on the lake. The dip and sauna also sounds great, I have tried it in Siberia and I remember how relaxed I felt after doing it. And, of course, I wouldn’t miss the Husky sledging. They are so cute!

  8. A winter in Lapland sounds like a lot of fun! Fatbikes riding, skiing and witnessing the Northern Lights are the most appealing as far as I’m concerned!