In fact, word is getting around. Thousands of tourists from across the globe are turning up at the Abisko tourist station during the long, dark, polar nights to catch the two-kilometre cable-lift ride up to the Aurora Sky Station.
After thawing out with a hot drink, visitors are led outside to catch the northern lights - cloudless skies permitting.
"You have an 80 percent chance of seeing the northern lights from up the top of the Aurora Sky Station, so that's a very good chance," Sky Station manager Mattias Hellgren tells Radio Sweden.
The reason for the mainly cloud-free skies, though, is down to geography.
"We have a blow hole over Abisko. The air comes in over the Atlantic, then over the Norwegian and Swedish mountains and then it dissolves over Abisko."