Located in the extreme north of Sweden in the region of Lapland, the Sarek National Park is one of the country’s most beautiful spots. High rugged peaks and breathtaking winds rivers, it is a paradise for those looking to reconnect with nature. There is virgin territory, unmarked paths and stunning scenery sweeping across the entire park, which is often described as Europe’s last wilderness.
Best time to visit
Visit during the warmer months between May and August for ideal hiking conditions
What's the weather like?
In the Swedish summer, temperatures range between 13°C and 17°C. In the winter, it ranges from -3°C to -22°C, and even up to -30°C in the north
The 760 square miles of the Sarek National Park lies in the north of Sweden in the region of Lapland. It is the oldest national park in the whole of Europe, being established in 1909. The circular park is home to 6 of the 13 highest peaks above 2,000 meters above sea level. The park also holds approximately 100 glaciers. The vast rugged wilderness is a hotspot for hiking adventures
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