In Lappland is the Muddus National Park. It's a huuuge area with only very few paths to walk. Actually two. One of them leads to the Muddus Fall, and you walk 7 kilometers to get there. You walk through different kinds of wood, but mostly pinewood. It's very rocky, but the path is much easier walked that the one we walked on yesterday. You get your reward when you stand in front of this gorgeous fall right on the other side of a deep canyon. From here the path goes on farther north for many kilometers to small town at the northern end of the Park. In the area here is a fine hut well equipped with what you might need if you come to stay overnight. You have to bring your food but fireplaces, stoves etc are ready for use. And there are lots of bunks with mattresses!!! Outside is a well containing the clearest and coldest water ever seen.