We follow our footstpes of yesterday, cross the brook at the ponds. Try to
keep the direction towards the jetlike extension southward of Kisuris,
and not to loose height. The best way to reach the east entrance of the
valley Sierkavagge. First one must pass the brooks from Låutak in
the west, these are wide and shallow and give no problems. The weather
is better today, one can almost see the peak of Kantberget (1857) on the
other side of Ruotesvagge. Niak, the north outpost of Ruotesvagge, keep
the hat on. From the entrance of Sierkavagge can look into Niakvagge, the
small valley just south of Niak. It seems rather easy to walk up on Niak
from this valley, further in is the glacier Niakjekna barely seen. Kantberget
is also accessible from that valley.
we stand there and look at the view, the sun breaks though the clouds!
Fantastic, we enjoy it! It disappear as sudden as appeared.We bring it
with us as a memory, during the rest of the walking-tour. The only time
we got a visit of the much longed-for guest. This valley is not the most
spectacular one in Sarek, but nice. It is wide and easy to walk in.
In the south is the low mountains of Låutok, in the north the lone
mountain Kisuris. Kisuris can be walked up on from many places, but the
best seems to be from Sierkavagge. For us an uninteresting observation,
the weather is not collaborating. We choose the north side of the valley,
we plan to turn north at the west end and continue up to the bridges at
the border. We pass the insignificant lake which is the origin of the brook
in the valley, Sierkajåkkå. The brook that flow towards west,
here a child. Further west does it grow into something that can be a difficult
obstacle. We follow it and watch it growing. Halfway through the valley
do we find an excellent place at the shore. Here we stay. The fog descend,
embracing everything. Creating a magic atmosphere.