STF Kvikkjokk Mountain station
Gateway to Padjelanta, Sarek and Stora Sjöfallet
About the accommodationOne of the first tourists here was Carl von Linné, who visited Kvikkjokk in 1732 while journeying through Lapland. His poetic descriptions inspired others to visit one of the greatest treasures of the mountain world. Kvikkjokk is an ideal starting point for trips through the Sarek National Park
In the restaurant, a breakfast buffet, lunch buffet and three-course dinner are served in a relaxed and warm atmosphere, and here you can eat with a fantastic view of the Kamajokk rapids and the mountains in Tarradalen. Great care is taken in the choice of raw materials and the emphasis is on locally produced products such as game, berries and char from Padjelanta National Park. After dinner, you can look out over Sarekfjällen from our beautiful “Sällskapsrum” in the old building from 1928.
Bar and cafe
During the afternoon you can also relax in our bar and café. If you want to enjoy a cold beer, there are several varieties to choose from, if you prefer coffee or afternoon tea, there is also that. Hamburgers and light dishes are also served here.
The store has a mixed selection of fresh and dry goods, as well as some outdoor goods. You can find a lot that you need for the mountain trip with us; we have, among other things, maps, mosquito repellent, mosquito hats, gas, alcohol fuel and petrol for the outdoor kitchen.
During the summer season, we are open between 07:30 and 21:00.
No earlier than 12:00. Please let us know if you will be late. We then put the key in an envelope.
No later than 10:00.
Kvikkjokk is one of the oldest Swedish settlements in Lapland. In the 17th century, the mountain village was a local metropolis and a center for processing silver ore from the mine in Alkavare in Sarek. During his Lapland journey, Carl von Linné arrived in the village in 1732 via the boat route from Jokkmokk. During the trip, he collected a substantial part of the material for his systematic mapping of the mountain flora.
Next to Kvikkjokk village there are four lookout mountains. Climbers have always been able to look out over the fjällrand delta in the conifer forest belt and participated closest to the village. In the vicinity of the village, botanists meet to see the rich flora, but no expert knowledge is required to enjoy the floral splendor.
Restaurant available. Opening hours may vary depending on season.
Fully equipped kitchen for self-catering. The kitchen is shared with other guests.
Food and equipment for outdoor activities are sold in the shop. The range of goods differs from facility to facility.
Some rooms are available in which pets may accompany guests.
A sauna is available.
Rental of hiking equipment
Equipment for outdoor activities is available for hire.
WiFi is available in common areas and/or in bedrooms.
Breakfast is included in the room price/rate or can be purchased for an additional fee. Opening hours/selection may vary depending on season.
Room with at least 4 beds within the same room.
This accommodation is partly accessible and would like to meet the needs of all guests. However, for various reasons, they do not comply with every one of STF’s accessibility requirements. If you are interested in visiting, we recommend that you contact them before booking to find out what they can offer. In many cases, the accommodation can meet your needs, even though they are only partially compliant with our accessibility standards.
Canoes are available for hire.
Car parking is available next to the property, a fee may apply.
<1 km to train station/bus stop
Closer than 1 km to train station/bus stop.
<1 km to marked trails
Less than 1 kilometer to marked hiking trail.
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It is possible to book the entire accommodation.
Group booking is available for a minimum of 10 people.
Meeting-/conference rooms are available upon request.
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962 02 Kvikkjokk
By train and bus:
Summer season: Train to Murjek and change to direct bus 94 to Kvikkjokk.
Winter and low season: Train to Murjek, Älvsbyn or Boden. Change to bus towards Jokkmokk and there change to bus 47 towards Kvikkjokk. The bus to Kvikkjokk runs only on weekdays.
It is a great advantage to buy a train plus ticket when traveling to Kvikkjokk. Sometimes the trains are delayed and there is a risk of missing a connecting bus. On these occasions, SJ helps travelers with train plus with a connecting trip to Kvikkjokk.
For more information about the bus service, contact Länstrafiken in Norrbotten, tel. 0771-100 110, or www.ltnbd.se.
Discount with SJ: All members of STF receive a 10% discount on train journeys with SJ.
By plane and bus:
To Gällivare airport or Kallax airport near Luleå. Then bus to Jokkmokk and the next bus on to Kvikkjokk.
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