Summer in South Lapland

Destination South Lapland extends from Northern Jämtland and some way to the north in Västerbotten. The area offers both bare mountains and forest, with attractions including 10,000 lakes, mountain areas with ski resorts, 150 mountain peaks over 1,000 metres above sea level, 4,000 km of snowmobile trails and a rich settler and Sami culture. In other words, South Lapland is the perfect starting point for top-class open-air activities.

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Guided Tours along the Wilderness Road
Guided Tours along the Wilderness Road

Guided Tours along the Wilderness Road

Read more about what to do along the Wilderness Road and book your excursion here

Fatmomakke Church Town is an incredibly beautiful place. Marsfjället pile up on the other side of the lake Kultsjön and you almost gets the feeling that the mountain are watching over Fatmomakke.

Selected tourist attractions

Explore South Lapland - a magic part of Sweden. Below you will find links to selected sites and attractions. Please do not hesitate to contact our tourist information if you want to know more about South Lapland and our destinations.

When The Journey Matters More Than the Destination

Wildernessroad (Road)

Sagavägen (Road)

Konstvägen sju älvar (Road)

Inlandsbanan (Railway)

 

Historic Sites

Fatmomakke kyrkstad (Sami church town)

Ankarede

Vilhelmina Kyrkstad

 

Tourist Information

Vilhelmina Tourist Center

Phone: +46(0)940-39886

e-mail: turist@vilhelmina.se

Adress: Tingsgatan 1, 912 33 Vilhelmina

Open: Mon-fri: 10-17

Tourist information for: Vilhelmina, Saxnäs, Kittelfjäll och Klimpfjäll.

 

Åsele Tourist Center

Phone: +46(0)941-14078

e-mail: turistinfo@asele.se

Adress: Centralgatan 35, 919 31 Åsele


Open: Mon–Fri: 8:30-12 & 13-16

Tourist information for: Åsele, Fredrika och Gafsele

 

Strömsund  Tourist Center

Phone: +46(0)670-16400

E-mail: turistbyra@stromsund.se

Adress:Ramselevägen 6, 833 24 Strömsund

Open: Mon–Fri: 9-16