Sarek National Park

Sarek National Park

Guide book: hiking, running and mountaineering.

This book is 148 pages, 125 x 176 mm and 225 grams. Instagram: @sareknationalpark. Click here to order

Chapters:

Preface
The book’s layout
Travel to and from Sarek
Access
Seasons to hike in Sarek
Time needed
Navigation
Stream crossing points
Campsites
Mosquitoes
Three complete route suggestions
Änonjálmme – Kvikkjokk, about 132 km
Änonjálmme – Suorva, about 91 km
Tarraluoppal huts – Kvikkjokk, about 78 km
Segments of routes in Sarek
1.1 Suorva – Guhkesbron – about 23 km
1.2 Guhkesbron – Skárjá – about 19 km
1.3 Guhkesbron – Sarekvárásj – about 9 km
1.5 Skárjá – Gálmmejåhkå / Guohperjåhkå – about 5-6 km
1.6 Gisurisstugan – Gálmmejåhkå / Guohperjåhkå – about 34 km
1.7 Gálmmejåhkå / Guohperjåhkå – Niejdariehpvágge – Sarvesvágge
1.8 Sarvesvágge – Luohttoláhkto – lower Njoatsosvágge – Pårek
1.9 Luottholahkto – Lullihavágge – Pårek – about 36 km
1.10 Pårek – Kvikkjokk – about 19 km
1.11 Darreluoppal – Upper Njoatsosvágge – Jiegnavágge – Luohttoláhkto
1.12 Änonjálmme – Gisurisstugan – about 16 km
1.13 Gisurisstugan – Ruohtesvágge – Skárjá – about 33 km
1.14 Änonjálmme – Nijákvagge – about 23 km
1.15 Skárjá – Snávvavágge – Rapadalen – Aktse – about 50 km
1.16 Skárjá – Basstavágge – Rinim – about 29 km
Summit trips in Sarek
2.1 Vuojnestjåhkkå
2.1.1 Eastridge
2.1.2 Southeast ridge
2.1.3 Vuojnestjåhkkå north side
2.2 Traverse Såltatjåhkkå, Gássatjåhkkå, Kamtoppen and Gávabákte
2.3 Boarektjåhkkå
2.4 Bårddetjåhkkå
2.5 Axel Hamberg’s top
2.6 Traverse Kantberget Gavelberget
2.7 Svarta spetsen
2.8 Lullihatjåhkkå
2.9 Nåite
2.10 Bielatjåhkkå
2.11 Sarvatjåhkkå traverse
2.12 Normal routes to Sarektjåkkås Stortopp including Spijkka,
Bucht-topparna, Sydtoppen and Nordtoppen. Sarek traverse.
2.12.1 Via the west ridge
2.12.2. Via Mihkájiegna
2.12.3. Via Nordtoppen
2.12.4. Via Sydtoppen
2.12.4.1. Via Voujnestjåhkkå and Spijkka
2.12.4.2. Via Svarta spetsen
2.12.4.3. Via Oarjep Sarekjiegna
What’s in my backpack?
Carry and sleep
Cook and eat
Other gear
Glacier and climbing equipment
Food planning and nutrition
Crossing streams
Snow bridges
Hiking on ridges, summits and glaciers
Choose your path
Safety
Staying warm on the mountain
Training
Good manners
Suggested reading

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