This summer we’ve been hiking for two weeks in Norway’s Saltfjellet-Svartisen National Park and its surroundings.
The area is roughly located at the polar circle’s latitude. It consists of a western section which features Svartisen glacier -- Norway’s second largest glacier and an eastern part -- Saltfjellet. Directly adjacent to it is the small Láhko National Park, founded in 2012. It is interesting in particular for its Karst formations.
A detailed description of our trip you can find in the travel report. Or you can watch 6 minutes of video summarizing our trip: