Swedish Lapland boasts rolling hills and roaring rivers. Accompanied by the vast woodlands, the scenery is encapsulated by true rural romance. Here, from the mountains to the sea, it is nothing short of the perfect place to take on a new adventure.
For the locals in Swedish Lapland, honest food from local produce is kept close to heart. Naturally, through nature’s pureness and plentiful ingredients from its surroundings, you’re able to taste all the goodness of nature that’s adapted to life in our subarctic environment.
The table at Liehittäjä is located on an old Sámi reindeer corral about 15 minutes’ walk from the Huuva Hideaway Lodge, close to the border of Finland and Sweden and between Övertorneå and Överkalix.
A do-it-yourself outdoor dining experience
Decide which table and natural landscape you would like to explore and make a reservation. Your reservation includes a seat at the table, inspiring local recipes and a cooking kit with basic supplies to help prepare your findings and cook a delicious meal.
Eating in Swedish nature. Swedish forests are filled with edible treats such as berries, mushroom, nettles and other greens, and they are of course best enjoyed in the outdoors.
Get the full experience of the wild with our add-ons
While foraging and cooking in nature is fun, it can also be a bit of a challenge. For a truly fulfilling experience, we recommend you book an add-on. A local foraging guide, a professional chef or a comfortable accommodation nearby will make your visit all the more memorable.
A group gets information from a local guide before they forage for delicacies in the woods.
For all your summer activities including canoeing, forest walks and even beaver watching, Mieko Basecamp has got you covered. Live in an eco-lodge and experience untouched nature among the Scandinavian mountains with RiipiBo. Catch whitefish in Kukkola village using a special kind of fishing method dating back to 1500s at Kukkolaforsen. Come and pedal on Sweden´s longest closed-down railway track (93 km), from Morjärv to Haparanda. Climb up the steps of the lookout tower in Hedenäset and cast your eyes 1.7 km out into the Arctic forest.