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The best part was SILENCE! Just the whisperings of the wind at the top of the trees. Shy chatting with a little bird. Happy creep in the mountain stream. Don't leave any traces or debris on this beautiful nature!
Went to see the frozen waterfalls. The scenery is dramatic. However, going down was extremely slippery and dangerous. Going back required fisical fitness. Not recommended for people who are not in good shape
The frozen waterfalls are the highlight of this place. But walking in this beautiful area was so great. We also had a food break in the way back with hotdogs coffee and cake. It was very good idea to have such a break before the...More
It was a crazy idea to go hiking there on -26 Celsius but we did and enjoyed it a lot, though it was the fasted ever hike in my life. We literally had to run to keep our bodies warm. Taking photos was quite a...More
Beautiful, 5-km walk through the forrest, crossing the river to pass three frozen waterfalls (in March at least they’re frozen). Awesome to see, the middle one we loved most due to the beautiful blue glow of the ice. Cool to see there were people climbing...More
Evidently we went in winter. An excursion with incredible views.The most majestic, its icy waterfalls, with professionals climbing (I'm still freaking out).A totally recommendable excursion to do in winter well sheltered.
This canyon hike is a 2.5 hour trip from Rovenami. Best seen in Novemer before the winter temperature drops to minus 40. It's a 5km hike and a moderate level of fitness is advised ad it is back country hiking. Stopping for traditional Sami lunch...More
Very very beautiful. You must visit this magical place. For those who like snow, this is your place. The thickest snow I’ve seen in my whole life. The snow level was up to my thigh and I enjoyed every moment in the forest.