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Boliden Aitik

Aitik - one of the mines under the auspices of Boliden Minerals - is Sweden's largest and the world's most productive copper mine. The deposit consists of copper pyrite containing copper, gold, and silver.

In Aitik, you can see some of the world's most giant machines, such as mountain trucks that weigh approximately 570 tons when fully loaded, excavators whose most enormous bucket holds approximately 56 cubic meters, wheel loaders that weigh 270 tons, and drilling machines that weigh approximately 180 tons. Welcome to us, and we will tell you more in Swedish or English.

  • Date and time:
    • Wednesday, 3 July - starting 12:00 to approximately 15:30
    • Wednesday, 7 August - starting 12:00 to approximately 15:30
    • Wednesday, 14 August - starting 12:00 to approximately 15:30
  • Start and finish location: Gällivare Tourist Center/Train Station - Centralplan 4, Gällivare
  • Price (adult, youth, student, senior): 549 SEK/person
  • Duration: about 3 hours
  • Important information: The age limit is 15 years. We provide personal protection during the visit. We are all drug-free and prepared to provide identification if required. There may be alcohol and drug tests during the visit.
  • Seat reservation: Is made to Gällivare Tourist Center by e-mail at info@visitgallivare.se or by phone at +46 (0)970-102 20 no later than 15:00 the day before the mine tour.
  • Provide the following information about all participants:
    • First and last name
    • Phone number
    • Language
  • Payment: Please note that the card payment must be made on-site at Gällivare Tourist Center no later than 11:00 on the same day as the mine tour

You can find more information about Boliden Aitik's mining operations at www.boliden.com External link, opens in new window..

Information

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Address

Centralplan 4, 982 36 Gällivare External link, opens in new window.

Phone

+46 (0)970-102 20

E-mail

info@visitgallivare.se

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Senast uppdaterad:
2024-04-25
Publicerad:
2024-04-18