It is still warm in the hut from the now dead fire, or can it be the
sun? It is the sun! We clean ourselves and our clothes thouroghly in the
lake, and put the wet things on the roof of the hut to let it dry.
It dries quickly in the sunshine. We collect some dead osier, and put it
in the hut for the next visitors. The day start along the west side of
Alep Sarvesjåkkå, soon passing the small brook Rissajåkkå.
At Tjågnåriskaite do we take the direction towards Njåtjosvagge.
It is sligth uphill when we walk along Tjågnårisjåkkå,
which is almost empty of water, walking on grassy meadow at the two
lakes Tjågnårisjauratj and Skiejakjauratj, before reaching the
northern part of the V-shaped Njåtjosvagge with the blue-green lakes.
A magnificient view of the valley show up.
This valley is together with upper Rapavalley the most beautiful valley
in Sarek. The east side do not give any problems, though there are some
stony areas. On the west side is it steeper and looks more stony. We walk
along the east shores of the lakes Alep, Kaska, and finally Lulep Njåtjosjaure.
Tsatsa looks like a pyramid formed chocalate cake, dark and with creamlike
snow strips down towards the lake. After the lakes do the valley open up,
and there is a rather high water fall when the jåkk falls down. We
decide to follow the river. This is a bad decision, it is wet and with
a somewhat irritating vegetation of mainly low osier. It is probably better
to walk further up on the slope (done 1990). The sun prepares for the night
behind a quilt down. We do the same at the bridge over the fierce
Luottojåkkå (the bridge was gone 1990), where put our tent.