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Aurora Sky Station, Abisko
(3.7/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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  • The day we had planned to ascend to the Sky Station, they called us to let know us it was suspended because of the strong wind and snow. They changed it for the next day and unfortunately returned to snow, but the experience of climbing with the chairlift in black night (of the 21 h. 01 h) perfectly equipped with costumes that leave you and talks on the Aurora by a charming Guide, made us more bearable disappointment not be able to see them directly, everything and that you can imagine to view them from there and it should be impressive. By luck of the 6 days that we were in the area saw them 3 times one of them spectacular.
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  • As stated by Aurora in Abisko station guide is the best place on Earth to study the northern lights. The station itself is situated on Mount Nuolja, approximately 900 meters above sea level, in an area where very few distractions from observing the northern lights artificial light sources.
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  • We took this activity from their website since they say it is the best place to see the northern lights from Sweden. It costs €80 per person and lasts from 20: 30 - 1 h. You leave clothes and shoes for the snow, not makes lack that take you clothes of ski. Simply consists of go in group, take a chairlift (open) during 30 min and you lead up to the mountain in a refuge for leave to see them Aurora boreal to a terrace that have. I thought that we would a type of excursion by the mountain to see them and not is as well. Leave the refuge and you see coming out to see them whenever you want. There is a small talk on the Aurora Borealis for 15 min in English, this well but on the Internet you can also find this info. There is a small cafe that sold coffee, chocolate and cakes at price razonabld (for which payments could be included). I think that it is expensive for what it is, you can take a car and go in the middle of nowhere to wait out and leaves you free. Not again to do it.
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  • The best view of Abisko you can ever get. Bonus part is you don't have to hike for it! There's a 2km hike you can do once you get off to get to the summit. I went during autumn day time and it is still definitely worthwhile. Make sure you wrap up warm cause you will be on top of the mountain with lots of wind to go with it.
  • small, but fantastic location and views, with good food
  • Got up on a day that it was free for some reason. Don't remember how much it cost so can't say for sure that I would pay for it. Fantastic views nonetheless. You can see clear across the lake and into the hills of Lapland beyond. Would love to hike up here for a sunrise.
  • Fantastic views. Well worth a visit even in summer.
  • view point for aurora, get to there by foot?