A collection of tours made in the Sarek national park and surroundings, 1981-2007
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Day8: 4 August, Kisurisrieppejåkåtj - Padjelanteden, 8 km
We did not have many hours of sleep during the night. Did all the time slide to the low end. Looking out do we see that dark grey clouds threaten with rain. It is still dry when we descend the slope down to Kisurisrieppejåkåtj. Since it is morning is there less water than yesterday evening, and we can easily cross it, and climb up on the other side. Here we sit down and study the wide delta which it form together with Spietjaujåkkå. On the opposite side can we see how the rain start to fall, rapidly moving towards us. Fascinating. It hit us with full strength. Rain suit on! We continue on the plateau north of Kisuris, the jåkk continue by its own. We have the wind from behind, which makes the rain less obstinate.

We walk in the direction of the point where Spietjau- and Sjnuftjutisjåkkå meet. Spietjaujåkkå find its way in a small canyon, further north with a birch forest. The clouds are high up, despite the rain can we dimly see Akka in norheast. If I had been an artist, then I should have stopped and made a painting of the scenery. Also in rain is there a beauty in nature. Our route join the Padjelantatrack inbetween the bridges of Spietjau- and Sjnuftjutisjåkkå. Just before them do one  enter the birch forest. We take the track northward. After a few kilometers is there an open area close to a brook. We have now been in the rain for six hours, and decide to stop here. Our rain suits have passed the test, nothing is wet. The place is perfect. Sleep without interrupts.
Spietjaujåkkå