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Situated approx 100 miles inside the Arctic Circle and just 150 miles south of the northern tree line above which trees simply cannot survive, Linafallet Lodge offers guests a warm welcome and superb hunting over some 13000Ha of pristine unfenced forests and wetlands. 

Named for the stunningly beautiful waterfall of the same name, Linafallet is approx 30mins drive from Gällivare and accessed via internal flight from Stockholm’s Arlanda Airport. Guests are collected and transferred to the resort where warm, comfortable log cabins await. Groups of up to 16 can be accommodated although smaller parties are just as welcome since hunting is conducted with the local hunting team whose dogs and skills are utilised in order to try for Moose, Bear and the occasional Roe Deer.

 The local Sami people herd domesticated Reindeer in the traditional way in this northern location although limited numbers are left to their own devices and allowed to remain wild in order to provide hunting opportunities for those too, although Moose remains the main huntable mammal while Brown Bear, Capercaillie, Black & Hazel Grouse plus Woodcock are also hunted here too and in the Arctic Winter, Ptarmigan hunting is also possible. 

While the location is remote, the camp benefits from a well-appointed central chalet where guests can socialise and take meals of the highest quality created from fresh, locally sourced ingredients and complimented by superb wines as appropriate. No visit to Sweden would be complete without enjoying a traditional Sauna and this provides the perfect cure for the aches and pains earned through hunting hard over this amazing wilderness after which a splash in the hot-tub under the Arctic sky will set you up perfectly for the day ahead. 

In winter (Jan – April) snow-mobile Safaris are also possible across the frozen North. Obviously the remote nature of this location combined with journeys of 2-200km per day mean that some degree of personal fitness is required, although we believe the prospect of seeing Lapland in its winter glory punctuated by overnight stays in superb locations such as traditional fur-lined chalets and the Ice Hotel will be something many of our clients will love!