Between Sarek and Padjelanta, near to Lake Rissajavrre, peeking out between the large ice covered lakes, is a place known as Swedens point of inaccessibility. It is the most inaccessible place in the country, as far as you can get from a road. When you see these vast expanses, you might think several hundred kilometres, but it is hardly fifty kilometres to a road. Still, if you stand there and need to use your cell phone, you will feel rather inaccessible.
Picture taken 2014-06-30
Camera direction 106°
From position Latitude: 67.333443
Longitude: 16.615682Otillgänglighetspunkten Padjelanta 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.