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STF Aktse Mountain cabin
Stay between Saltoluokta and Kvikkjokk
Fully equipped kitchen for self-catering. The kitchen is shared with other guests.
Food and equipment for outdoor activities are sold in the shop. The range of goods differs from facility to facility.
Some rooms are available in which pets may accompany guests.
A sauna is available.
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In summer, you can also get to Aktse via the Sitoälvsbron bridge. Aktse is then about a 16 km hike away. The hike can be shortened to around 10 km by booking a boat shuttle at Laitaure. To get to Sitoälvsbron you need to take your own vehicle or a taxi. Follow the road from Jokkmokk and Kvikkjokk to Tjåmåtis, then you take the exit towards Seitevare power plant. Continue past the power plant until you reach the end of the road at the Sitoälvsbron bridge, then follow the cycle path to Laitaure. From there, follow the marked trail to Aktse. Alternatively, you can book a boat from the end of the cycle path.
The distance from Tjåmåtis to Sitoälvsbron is about 20 km. Do note that the road between Seitevare power plant and Sitoälvsbron is only open in summer.
Read more about the boats at swedishtouristassociation.com/boats
It is easiest to get to Kvikkjokk by bus from Jokkmokk. The nearest railway station is in Murjek. For more information on travel to Kvikkjokk, see www.swedishtouristassociation.com/kvikkjokk
It is easiest to get to Saltoluokta by bus from Gällivare. For more information on travel to Saltoluokta, see www.swedishtouristassociation.com/saltoluokta
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