Jokkmokk Transportation

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    BY ALL MEANS :)

    by SMILLA76 Updated Jul 2, 2008

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    How to travel to Jokkmokk?

    If you are not driving, there are still a number of alternatives.

    From the airports of Gällivare and Luleå there are daily bus connections.

    There is also a train station in Murjek or Boden and then bus to Jokkmokk. In the summer the inland train takes you directly to Jokkmokk.

    Ask for more information from the nearest Tourist Office or contact one of the following:

    Länstrafiken i Norrbotten (0)20-470 047
    Murjeks Resebyrå (0)976-200 05
    SN Resor (0)971-582 22



    How do you travel within the district of Jokkmokk?

    Within Jokkmokk travel by bus is the easiest. Länstrafiken in Norrbotten operates on the following routes:

    Jokkmokk-Kvikkjokk, Jokkmokk-Karats, Jokkmokk-Vuollerim.
    Jokkmokk-Murjek, Jokkmokk-Kåbdalis, Jokkmokk-Porjus-Ritsem.



    Länstrafiken i Norrbotten (0)20-470 047

    TRAVEL BY AIR

    -Summertime Book with:
    Kvikkjokk - Staloluokta Lapplandsflyg AB
    962 02 KVIKKJOKK (0)971-210 40
    Kvikkjokk - Stalolukta Kallaxflyg AB
    962 02 KVIKKJOKK
    0971-210 68
    0980-810 00

    It is also possible to order air taxi or helicopter.

    -Summertime:
    Lapplandsflyg AB
    962 02 KVIKKJOKK
    (0)971-210 40
    Kallaxflyg AB
    962 02 KVIKKJOKK
    0971-210 68
    0980-810 00
    Fiskflyg AB
    Lappviken, Vietas
    982 99 GÄLLIVARE
    (0)973-400 32

    -Wintertime:
    Fiskflyg AB
    Lappviken, Vietas
    982 99 GÄLLIVARE (0)973-400 32
    Lapplandsflyg AB
    Umeå flygplats
    902 54 UMEÅ (0)90-12 90 50
    Kallaxflyg AB
    962 02 KVIKKJOKK
    0971-210 68
    0980-810 00

    The bases for Kallaxflyg and Lapplandsflyg in Kvikkjokk and Ritsem are closed during the wintertime.

    TRAVEL BY BOAT

    The following stretches are operated by STF:
    Kebnats-Saltoluokta-Ritsem-Änonjalme-Vaisaluokta

    Family enterprises operate the following stretches:
    Kvikkjokk - Bobäcken
    The Kvikkjokk Delta
    Laidaure, Sitojaure

    TAXI

    Jokkmokk Taxi Polcirkeln (0)971-123 32
    Fredrikssons Taxi (0)971-105 00
    Vuollerim Taxi Vuollerim AB (0)976-102 03
    Porjus Porjus Taxi (0)973-101 69

    Pocket dictionary: Svensk polser/hotdog = KORV
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    Jokkmokk bus station

    by angiebabe Written Jan 25, 2008

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    Excellent bus station - I arrived in minus degrees for the annual Jokkmokk Sami Festival from the bus I caught from Murjek which is about an hour by bus from the closest train station. Id caught the overnight train up from Stockholm and the connections all went smoothly and Id enjoy the sunrise just prior to arriving at Murjek and therefore the scenery in daylight with loads of road and countryside snow to see along the way.

    The bus station as I reckon, is excellent - its clean and warm!, has excellent bathroom facilities to freshen up and an area that the staff there were adamant was ,though not official, lockup baggage faciilites, a safe place to keep luggage for the day. The staff on hand had a little information office with maps and information about the area (not intended to supersede or outdo the main Tourist Office in town though)

    So a good start for my visit to the ARctic Circle for the festival!

    Jokkmokk bus stn, a few mins walk from the centre bus/train station I arrived from phone box near the buses i caught to Jokkmokk library across the road from Jokkmokk bus station queue at the ATM around the corner from bus stn
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    Snowmobile

    by Sjalen Written Jan 6, 2007

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    Everywhere you go in Jokkmokk, snowmobiles are parked in the streets in winter and you will hear them if you go for a walk around the lake. You too can go for a ride in one if you contact the tourist information office for an updated list of companies.

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    Inland Road

    by Sjalen Written Jan 6, 2007

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    Getting to Jokkmokk is relatively easy compared to where it is and to how difficult it is to get to other inland villages up here. The "Inlandsbussen" bus stop here a couple of times a day on its way between Östersund way down in mid-Sweden (but still hours north of Stockholm) and Gällivare only 95 kilometres north. You can also catch a train from Stockholm or Narvik/Kiruna to tiny Murjek in the middle of nowhere, where you then change to the local bus which usually matches the main line trains when they come thundering in.

    Summertime, you can also try the famous Inlandsbanan railway which runs from Mora in the south of Sweden, all the way to Gällivare. This used to be an ordinary railway line but now sadly only runs as a tourist line.

    Website: http://www.resplus.se

    Heritage park
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