One of the best months to travel to the Nordics for a true winter experience. Often referred to as "spring winter" above the Arctic Circle, you can enjoy the best of both worlds. While thick snow still covers the ground and plays host to a myriad of snowy activities, the longer and often sunnier days make it possible to stay out in the hills and forests for longer. You'll also find fewer crowds and lower prices, making this the ultimate time to experience the best winter activities in the north. 

Snowmobiling in snowy forests, Rovaniemi

This is usually a great time to sneak in a short winter break in Iceland too, taking advantage of generally more settled conditions and less crowds. March also remains a good time to see the Northern Lights, with dark, crisp nights offering ample opportunities across the region.

Ounasvaaran Lakituvat, Finnish Lapland

With the increase in daylight hours, the focus is on long days spent out in the spectacular nature. Besides, there's nothing nicer after a day spent in the wilderness than to come out of the cold to warm yourself next to a roaring log fire!


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