Experience in the area

Experience the great nature

Kvikkjokk mountain village is located in Jokkmokk county right at the foot of Sarek national park. You have now an excellent opportunity to rent a high-class cabin. Our cabins are based in a calm and quiet area, close to good hiking trails and the world heritage Laponia. In winter, there are well-developed snowmobile trails to, for an example, Sulitelma in Norway. There is a tourist-hotel, a church and a helicopter station nearby.


Our cabins in Kvikkjokk is placed between the two nature reserves, Kvikkjokk-Kabla and Pärlälvens fjällurskog, close to the fish-rich lake Saggat. The location offers views of breathtakingly beautiful mountain peaks that extend over 1500 meters above sea level. Right around the corner lays the well-known Sarek National Park and Padjelanta National Park with all the unique nature experiences they have to offer. During all seasons, this great environment offers unlimited opportunities for new memories, impressions and adventures.


Get to Kvikkjokk

Kvikkjokk is located at the end of the road, 120 km from Jokkmokk. You get here easiest by car, alternatively with bus 47 which goes from Jokkmokk to Kvikkjokk once a day Mon-Fri. See current bus times at https://ltnbd.se/tidtabeller/

Closest train station is in Murjek 180 km from Kvikkjokk.

Closest airports: Lapland airport, Gällivare, 200 km

Luleå airport, Luleå, 290 km

The weather in Kvikkjokk

Directions to the cabins

Skierfe 1179

Skierfe 1179 is located in the upper part of Kvikkjokk at the address Solvägen 3. As the area where the cabin is located is relatively new, the cabin is not marked on all map services yet, so we recommend using the Swedish site hitta.se for a direct route description. Click on the image above to go directly to hitta.se.

Staika 1794 and Vuoka 1248

Staika 1794 and Vuoka 1248 is located in the upper part of Kvikkjokk at the address Soldatvägen 4. As the area where the cabin is located is relatively new, the cabin is not marked on all map services yet, so we recommend using the Swedish site hitta.se for a direct route description. Click on the image above to go directly to hitta.se.