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No trails, no nothing. Just wilderness. Europe’s first national park and on the UN list. Bring a Garmin Iridium or a topographic map & compass so you don’t get lost; cell phones are worthless. If this were in the US, the Republicans would have leased...More
We went here on horse back ride for 3 days and it was awesome! The nature and the Mountain View is special and so beautiful!
You can have a look for so many different and wild animals. Some day I will come back for a...More
First I must emphasize that Sarek is not for beginners. The very remote, pathless and wild area demands big experience and humble atitude from the hiker. Wherever you are it is several days of walking to the nearest help or emergency phone.
With that said,...More
In comparison to walking over the well prepared trails of Kungsleden and Padjalanta the remotness you experience in Sarek is unique. Some trails are present but as often as not finding your own path is the more interesting option to try to keep your feet...More
Went to Sarek for a hike. I've always seen Laponia as something mystical and I must admit that the trip was just perfect. The rough rugged terrain and the breathtaking views was so beautiful and undisturbed. We had perfect weather conditions and felt like we...More
This really is, just incredible. I worked as a reindeer herder during my 5 months in the Arctic and worked on the border on the Sarek national park. The mountains and wilderness is absolutely incredible! End of.
I explored Sarek during winter 2014 (march). This is not a place for a beginners at this time of year. There are basically no huts there. Only a few emergency shelters. You need to carry all your equipment with you. Blizzards can ground you inside...More
So unbelivable nature and wildlife, with only one problem, the "knotts" and mosqitos.
A most untouch areain Sweden that extremely few people visit.
If you avoid them by visiting this lovely nature park in the spring or fall if magical.
Don't go here in the...More