The Nordkalott Route

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The Nordkalott Route
Kautokeino
Norway
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The Nordkalott Route is an approx. 800 km long marked trail. This scenic adventure starts in Kautokeino and ends in Kvikkjokk in Sweden and in Sulitjelma on the Norwegian side.

Activities

  • Nature trails



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