Climbing 3.300 ft over sealevel


This tour takes you on a slight 3.300 ft summit with fantastic views. In the summer can be offen observed from the summit passing reindeer herds.

Tour description

The mountain "Gajsatje" is the first higher mountain we reached from Ammarnäs when we approach the Vindelfjällen nature reserve from the south. Its easily accessible location make it to a popular destination.

We drive by car from Ammarnäs in a westerly direction to the parking lot Tjulträsket. First we go northwest through subalpine birch forest up the hill. After about an hour we pass the treeline and reach the highlands. We follow the signs up to a nameless hill. From here it goes steeply upwards towards the summit. A stone pyramid indicates that we have now reached the highest point (3.281 ft above sea level).

From here we have a fantastic view over the southern part of Vindelfjällen nature reserve with the two mighty mountains Suvlåjävvie (4.400 ft) and Stuvbiebaktie (4.100 ft). On the other side of the lake Tjulträsket we see the mountain Stor Aigert (3.612 ft) with the steep Aigert North Face. This mountain is in the Sami religion called "Äijvisåive" and it is considered as a holy mountain. Descent along the ascent track.


Something condition is advantageous.


Walking shoes and rainware are mandatory. At the summit a constant wind is blowing therefore also bring warm clothes with you. In autumn gloves and hat. Don't forget eating and drinking for a picnic on the way. Binoculars!


800 SEK/pers. (from 2 participants)



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