The area by Atoklimpen is a Sami cultural environment, which shows how the reindeer-herding nomadic community used the landscape during prehistoric times and up to the present day. Signs at Atostugan tell about the development of Sami culture and about the conditions of man in…
The Sami family Klementsson built Atostugan in the 1920s, despite the fact that it was forbidden for the Sami to erect permanent buildings.
Small rock crystals remain in the crushed piles outside the mine and it is exciting to try to find a fine specimen to take home as a souvenir. (However, it is forbidden to mine crystals from the solid rock.)
After the trail, you pass the Biellojaure mountain apartment.
The settlers settled here in the 19th century for the sake of the fertile land.
Sami and settler culture, school museum and old photos.
Nice views and memorials from the war can be found along the way.Read more
Fjällbotaniska Trädgården is a small diamond in the mountain world with its large selection of mountain plants and the educational presentation
The catch pit system is on the other side of the stream where the road ends at a parking space. The first pit is found on the height beyond the bog about 100 m directly west of the bridge. The system has a length of 90 m with the pits 18–40 meters apart. For more in…
24 easily accessible trapping pits where reindeer were caught in the past.
In the spruce forest by the shore of Gäutajaure you will find the nice little chapel.
One of the oldest settlements in Tärna.
A new bridge will be built in the fall of 2020, and it will once again be possible to hike to Gausjosjön's Sami village.
The hike up to Gierevaartoe approx. 800 m above sea level, goes through lush tall grass-birch forest with man-high torta, storm hat and hazel grass. It is not without reason that it is called the flower mountain.
Mountain culture without borders, Krutfjellvegen's artwork gives you time to look at the cultural landscape with new eyes.
On a late winter evening in November 1923, the first train pulled into Storuman's railway station. The station house was designed by SJ's chief architect Folke Zettervall and was built 1921-1925.
Hiking in fairy-tale primeval forests with trees that are 300 to 600 years old.
A house built from logs from the 19th century.
The trail between Solberg and Syterstugan has beautiful views towards Tärnaglaciären and the Sytertopparna. At the opening of Syterskalet, the trail joins the Kungsleden.
In connection with the creation of the inland railway, a locomotive shed with an attached brick water tower, a coal yard and other utility buildings were also built. Look at the location in Storuman.
Easily accessible area with nice rapids and wind protection.
The stream in the middle of the village of Hemavan, Slipstensbäcken or Kvarnbäcken, has been used to power the village's grindstones and a mill for grinding barley.
The so-called stall plots are a type of ancient remains in the mountain regions that have not yet received their final explanation.
A beautiful plateau in the middle of the mountain world where there are several remains of Stalotomter.
An unusually large stone barn for being in the mountains.
Moderate climb and the view from the top is wonderful. Sami Gurhke can be translated to "one-eyed bargsnakle" in Swedish. So nothing cucumber-like here.
Egil Skallagrimson's saga tells of the small Tingsholmen in the middle of Lake Tängvatnet.
Paint and decoration shop with crafts in Tärnaby.
Soapstone can be sawn, cut or polished.
The current Tärna church was consecrated by Bishop Olof Bergqvist on July 19, 1908. In 1953, the church got its current appearance after a thorough restoration.
The area's most famous Sami artisans, Astrid and Sune Enoksson, have their studio on Slalomvägen in Tärnaby. Here is a link to their website.
"Building permanent dwellings next to the mountains in places where no grain or conifers grow, really seems to be a daring attempt." The settlers came to Tärna in 1832.
Route from Umasjö to the Second World War mica mining area in Jireskalet and route towards Syterstugan through Vuoppeskalet. Read more on the County Administrative Board's guide on the Nature Map.
Hike at high altitude over the top ridges of Mortsfjället starting in Laisaliden. It is about 8 km to the shelter, which is not intended for overnight stays except in case of emergency.
The small chapel with a beautiful view towards Överuman.
Mighty mountains and valleys, mountain birch forest and fir forests, free-flowing streams and rivers. Here you can find untouched nature and enjoy Sweden's largest nature reserve.
Gården Virisen is a living mountain farm that has existed for six generations. The company Virisen Lapland uses and manages one of the few remaining active mountain properties in Västerbotten County according to old traditions of hunting, fishing, agriculture and tourism. Here is a link to their website.
Voijtjajaure chapel is located in the Björkvattsdalgången by Lake Voijtjajaure about 3.5 miles from Tärnaby.
Here you have the opportunity to look at the rock conglomerate right next to the road.
Easy hiking mountain with a beautiful view.