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Sarek National Park

Listed under National Parks in Norrland, Sweden.

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Considering that I have done plenty of difficult Expeditions in various Polar areas, there´s one place, not far from home, where I do most of my training. Sarek National Park. There´s no trails, neither in winter or summer, no huts, nothing but grand mountains and windy plateaus. A stunningly beautiful Alpine plateau almost void of any other people. Plenty of moose, reindeer and bear. Only for the fittest, who are used to polar travel. In summer, somewhat easier, but full of mosquitos. For the hardy trekker.

Sarek Information from the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency.

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