River during autumn at Ovre Dividal National Park, Norway.

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Øvre Dividal National Park

The Far North

Hard up against the Swedish and Finnish borders, Øvre Dividal National Park is a remote, 750-sq-km wilderness area rich in woodland, high-country views and wildlife such as brown bear, wolf, Arctic fox, Eurasian lynx and one of the densest populations of wolverine anywhere in Europe. To explore this wild country, try summer hiking and winter dog-sledding with Bjørn Klauer Huskyfarm.