Reindeers in Guohpervágge. Photo: Peter Rosén
Bluethroat. Photo: Jörgen Wiklund / Johnér
Mountain hiker with view of Rapadalen. Photo: Mikael Svensson / Johnér
Sarek National Park
The most dramatic and grandiose of all
Mountains higher than 2,000 metres and almost 100 glaciers. Long, deep, narrow valleys and wild, turbulent waters. A tortuous delta landscape. A high alpine area where the Sami people have lived from time immemorial. Completely lacking in comfortable accommodations. This is where visitors and the wild World Heritage Site meet.
Here, you will find everything you need to know before your visit to Sarek National Park. When it is best to visit the park, how to get there and the rules you will need to follow once you are there.
Experiences and activities in Sarek National Park
Sweden’s national parks offer experiences for young and old alike. Here, you can read about the wide variety of activities and sites which you can experience in Sarek National Park.