The Three-Parks Meet area is where Sarek, Padjelandta and Stora Sjöfallet National Parks meet. Many hikers pass here on the way to and from Sarek and Padjelanta. But the area is well worth a longer visit, with day tours and hikes between the mountain huts. It is also suitable for families with children who have begun to get a taste for the outdoors and mountains.
STF Akka, Kutjaure and Vaisaluokta are located at most 18 kilometres from each other. An overnight hut, STF Kisuris, is also nearby. A round trip of three to four days connects each of the four huts. An enjoyable variation is to purchase a boat ride in the Sami camp near the southeast beach of Lake Kutjaure for transport over the lake to STF Kutjaure.
The Áhkká massif creates a steep contrast to the flatter grounds of Padjelanta and the long valley of Routesvagge. You can do exciting tours up to Áhkká or choose the kinder Kisuris inside Sarek’s park borders. Visit the lime and soapstone rich mountain areas around Vaisaluokta and enjoy the roaring waterfall and stone bridges if you stay at Kutjaure hut.
The Sami summer camps are close to each other. You can buy smoked fish and reindeer meat or curiously ask a question. The Sami people come on like no others, if you need tips on where to wade across streams or where the best fishing is. That they are a people of few words is a myth.