Arvesjåkkå

The nature reserve Arvesjåkkå is a low-lying valley covered by coniferous forest among the low fells near Arjeplog. It takes its name from the stream Arvesjåkkå which runs through the area and later empties into the Pite river. Anglers enjoy coming here to test their skills. It is above all the game fish grayling and trout that attract them. The area is 90 square kilometres in size.

To do:
  • Nature reserve
Transport:

About 6 kilometres east of Bergnäsviken bay, a road crosses the lake to Rävudden point. From Rävudden, trails lead into the reserve.