Snow-filled ravines that fall steeply towards the valley floor of Alggavagge and Guohpervagge are either avalanche chutes, or melt water channels where the water cuts its way down beneath the glacier ice. During rain, the steep mountain sides quickly increase the flow of the streams and wading can be difficult and dangerous.
Picture taken 1998-07-18
Camera direction 247°
From position Latitude: 67.374053
Longitude: 17.588465Kuopervagge Sarek Lappland Sweden
photographer: Tomas JohanssonWould you like to buy the picture? Tell us how you want to use it, and we give you a price.