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How does each rank for snowmobiling? Which has the most trails, best conditions, and least restrictions?

Which would come out on top when it comes to infrastructure, transportation, jobs, and overall quality of life in your opinion?

I am a MN native considering a possible escape from the United States and those are my top 3 choices. Right now I am leaning towards Sweden.

Here is a random video of some guys having fun on the water in Norway.....

http://youtube.com/watch?v=7EA47SKKFYs
 

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forget about them all - go for greenland

7 months with snow :)
 

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Sweden has the least restrictions, then comes Finland and the last is Norway. I guess in infrastructure, quality of life etc. there is only little difference (if any) between Scandinavian countries.
Anyway I would leave Norway out.

Consider larger cities around arctic circle, climate here is warmer than in US/Canada.

http://www.rovaniemi.fi/?deptid=17958

http://www.lulea.se/english/inenglish.4.1b...d280005693.html

http://www.kiruna.se/start_en.html

http://www.oulu.ouka.fi/english/index.asp[/b]
Thanks, I will check out the links.
 

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forget about them all - go for greenland

7 months with snow :)[/b]
Or Svalbard, see www.svalbard.net

For sledding, most of Norway is very restricted. And the authoraties are pushing for even stricter regulations :wall:
Northern Norway has least restrictions.

So whats your profession? And what do you like to do in the summer? Boating is popular in all 3 countries, as well as biking. The best roads for riding bikes would be Norway IMO.
 

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Or Svalbard, see www.svalbard.net

For sledding, most of Norway is very restricted. And the authoraties are pushing for even stricter regulations :wall:
Northern Norway has least restrictions.

So whats your profession? And what do you like to do in the summer? Boating is popular in all 3 countries, as well as biking. The best roads for riding bikes would be Norway IMO.[/b]
I work in the Information Technology field. I don't need to find a local job, I just need a high speed internet connection to work from home.

During the summer I like boating, riding personal watercraft, camping, fishing, biking, inline skating, riding sportbikes(motorcycles), riding ATVs.

I am planning to travel over there this summer to have a look around and get a better idea of which areas I like best.
 

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Did you make the trip? If so wath country did you like best?
 

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From, live and work in norway, but live close to the border so do most of my riding in sweden, my snowmobile is also bought and registred in sweden, a bit cheaper and i dont need it in norway beacus i cant use it
 

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Dude! 8 year old thread...
 

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Would be better to make new threads and keep them running than resurrecting old threads. But i guess it is all the life we get in here, not many from that area that are active on here.
 
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