Vadvetjåkka National Park
Molnig vy upp mot fjället. Man ser ryggen på en person i blått som står bland krokiga och tunna träd.

Getting here

Vadvetjåkka National Park is west of Torneträsk lake by the Swedish-Norwegian border in Kiruna municipality in Norrbotten county.

Getting access to the national park is difficult. Those who want to visit the park should anticipate hiking.

Hiking to the national park

One way to get to Vadvetjåkka National Park is to hike in from Kopparåsen ridge by route E10 about 20 kilometres from the Abisko tourist station. A summer trail starts from a car park at Kopparåsen. The trail is about 10 kilometres long and is marked with cairns and sometimes orange markings. At the end of the trail there is a bridge that leads you into the national park.

You can also go by boat from Abisko to the north shore of Torneträsk lake, where a 6-kilometre hike remains before you reach the national park.