Prehistoric times & New settler culture in Hemavan Tärnaby - 21 matches

Slipstensbäcken Hemavan

Area: Hemavan (1 km to Fjällbotaniska trädgården)  Map

Prehistoric times & New settler culture The brook in the middle of the village, known as Slipstensbäcken or Kvarnbäcken (= the grindstone brook or the mill brook) has been used for driving the village’s grindstones an...

The Jovattnet valley

Area: The Jovattnet valley (8 km to Fjällbotaniska trädgården)  Map

Sami culture, Prehistoric times & New settler culture Artscape without borders. Krutfjellvegens artwork gives you time to see the landscape with new eyes.

Gammställnäset

Area: The Laisan valley (9 km to Fjällbotaniska trädgården)  Map

Prehistoric times & New settler culture This is one of the oldest settlements in Tärna.

Trapping pits in Solberg

Area: The Laisan valley (13 km to Fjällbotaniska trädgården)  Map

Prehistoric times & New settler culture, Sami culture 24 trapping pits wich are easily accessible.

Tärna Parish

Area: Tärnaby (14 km to Fjällbotaniska trädgården)  Map

Prehistoric times & New settler culture “It would seem that building permanent dwellings by the mountains, in places where no crops or coniferous trees grow, is a truly risky experiment.” The new settlers had come to ...

Tingsholmen

Area: The Tängvattnet valley (16 km to Fjällbotaniska trädgården)  Map

Prehistoric times & New settler culture, Sami culture An early description of the little islet out in the middle of the Tängvattnet waters off Rönäs village is found in Egil Skallagrimson’s saga. This tells that King Torulf Kveldul...

The Björkvattnet valley

Area: The Björkvattnet valley (18 km to Fjällbotaniska trädgården)  Map

Prehistoric times & New settler culture, Geology & flowers Colonists settled here in the 1800s for the fertile soil sake.

Stone Age dwellings at Forsavan

Area: The Norra Fjällnäs valley (19 km to Fjällbotaniska trädgården)  Map

Prehistoric times & New settler culture, Sami culture In Forsavan there is a tongue of land that has served as an assembly point for the same people since ancient times. So even in the Stone Age.

Wood chunk house in Umasjö

Area: Överuman district (19 km to Fjällbotaniska trädgården)  Map

Prehistoric times & New settler culture A house built of wood chunks from the 1800 century.

Stone cowshed, Umasjö

Area: Överuman district (19 km to Fjällbotaniska trädgården)  Map

Prehistoric times & New settler culture A cowshed which is unusually large for a mountain district.

Hut foundations / "Stalo ground"

Area: The Tängvattnet valley (22 km to Fjällbotaniska trädgården)  Map

Prehistoric times & New settler culture, Sami culture You are in the mountains and the ground is almost completely flat, this is where you can find the Stalo grounds.

Trapping pits at Biellojaure

Area: The Norra Fjällnäs valley (23 km to Fjällbotaniska trädgården)  Map

Prehistoric times & New settler culture The trapping pits are on the other side of the brook where the road ends at a car park. The first pit is situated on the height beyond the swamp about 100 metres directly west o...

Biellojaure and the trail to Ammarnäs

Area: The Norra Fjällnäs valley (23 km to Fjällbotaniska trädgården)  Map

Prehistoric times & New settler culture, Hiking in the mountains, Hiking overnight The trail goes to Biellojaure roadless settlement.

”Stalo grounds”

Area: Överuman district (27 km to Fjällbotaniska trädgården)  Map

Prehistoric times & New settler culture This is the name given to a form of ancient remains in the mountain regions which have not yet been fully explained.

The Sami settlement at lake Gausjosjön

Area: Överuman district (29 km to Fjällbotaniska trädgården)  Map

Prehistoric times & New settler culture, Sami culture, Hiking in the mountains [...] A beautiful and easily accessible path leading to the summer settlement used by the northern Sami in the 1930s. The settlement is located at the foot of Artfjället and on the ba...

On the way to the frontier and Norway

Area: Överuman district (42 km to Fjällbotaniska trädgården)  Map

Prehistoric times & New settler culture WAR MEMORY IN KÅTAVIKEN During the Second World War the homestead at Kåtaviken was an important link in the chain of communication between the Norwegian resistance movement and...

Virisen

Area: The Björkvattnet valley (43 km to Fjällbotaniska trädgården)  Map

Prehistoric times & New settler culture The farm Virisen is a mountain farm which has existed for six generations. The company Virisen Lapland runs the farm according to old traditions of hunting, fishing, agriculture...

Gratian Museum in Umnäs

Area: Storuman (62 km to Fjällbotaniska trädgården)  Map

Point of interest, Prehistoric times & New settler culture, Museum Permanent displays feature Sami and settler artefacts, 1920s/’30s medical equipment, a school classroom, and old photographs. There is also an ever-changing programme of tempora...

The mill at Långsjöby

Area: Storuman (106 km to Fjällbotaniska trädgården)  Map

Point of interest, Prehistoric times & New settler culture In the 1970s the mill, weir and adjoining timber worker’s hut were restored. A lumberjack cabin was moved there at the same time and, in the early 2000s, the rebuilding of an 18...

Local museum on Luspholmarna Islet Kåtaholmen

Area: Storuman (120 km to Fjällbotaniska trädgården)  Map

Swimming pool, sauna & relax, Hiking, Point of interest [...] Luspholmarna are islets that extends out into Lake Storuman. The local museum here, with its café and small walking paths, has been mentioned in the Michelin Guide. The area is ...

Storuman touristinformation

Open june until augusti
Aktiviteten
Skolgatan 23
923 31 Storuman
+46 (0)951-143 10
turist@storuman.se

Hemavan Tärnaby Turistbyrå

Västra strandvägen 1
920 64 Tärnaby
0954-104 50
info@hemavantarnaby.se
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