There are many summits in Hemavan Tärnaby that make excellent destinations. Climb four summits during the summer and take part in a lottery where you could win weekend holiday or an evening meal in one of the local restaurants. Climb as many as eight summits and you will become part of a select group from which a Summit Champion will be chosen.
This is how you compete
- When you have reached the summit, write your name in the summit book and take a picture which you then put up on Instagram and tag with #sommartopparhemavantarnaby
- Enter your details on the talon and when you have completed your four summits (two summits for children under 15) hand it in to the staff at either the Hemavan Tärnaby Tourist Information Office or Naturum Vindelfjällen.
- Summit books will be left on the summits between July 7th and October 7th. The winners will be announced in the middle of October 2018.
Summit Champion 2018
From those active outdoor enthusiasts who have managed eight summits during the summer of 2018, we will chose one who will become Summit Champion 2018
If you have managed eight summits during a two year period, it is possible to purchase a special enamel summit badge for 50 kr. This is for sale at the Hemavan Tärnaby Tourist Information Office or Naturum Vindelfjällen in Hemavan.
Guided Summit tour day July 7th 2018
This tour day is the launch of our Summer Summit programme 2018.
During this day guided tours will have extra focus on flora and fauna, photography and local history. You could also experience a little bit of everything by joining the night time tours that take you out during the magic of the midnight sun. More information will be posted here.
Path or trail to summit
|Atoklimpen||1 006 möh|
|Storkittelhobben/ Top of ski lift Kungsliften||1 135 möh|
|Daalåejvie||1 337 möh|
|Ryjvejegaejsie/ Ryfjället||1 413 möh|
|Murtsertoppen||1 413 möh|
|Norra Sytertoppen||1 768 möh|
No path or trail to summit
Use a mountain map and compass.
|Skraahpenjuenie||1 205 möh|
|Dålkoetjåhke||1 522 möh|
|Södra Sytertoppen||1 685 möh|
Show mother nature a little respect
Mountain environments are fragile so it is important that we treat them with extra care.
The summits all lie within an area used by Sami for reindeer husbandry which means that dogs must be on a leash at all times. You may pick flowers and berries in most places but some species are protected and must not be disturmed. .