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    I have checked flights from Arlanda to Gällivare.
    There is a plane from Arlanda the 5th at 09:15 arriving in Gällivare 11:55
    From Gällivare the 8th at 16:00 arriving at Arlanda 18:30
    Price (at the moment) 2733SEK (both ways)

    About trains I don´t know how to search
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    Man, i wish i had a little closer to Gällivare but 900km is more than i have time to travel, but i hope you have a great time.

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    count me in.

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    Gällivare is only about 2, 5 hrs from Stockholm.......:-)
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    Sorry dudes, only in Swedish (so far).

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    Great leffe. I guess that you will drive there?
    No longer with a great "Yukon Yak Fever"

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    Sorry dudes, only in Swedish (so far).

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    Is there firewood and fireplaces at the cabins?
    - Tanstaafl.
    - Whoever said "No smoke without fire" never went camping.
    - It's just badass to have a yak.
    - The sky is the limit for religious people.

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    There are 4 cabins along the trail. They are all unattended but open. They have woodstoves and plenty of firewood. They also have gas-stoves for cooking. It costs money to use the cabins (or sleep there) but you pay those money afterwards. It is very cheap.

    One of the cabins has a freshwaterwell outside and the other ones have freshwatersprings a little bit away from the cabin.

    All of them has outdoor-toilets.

    Two of the cabins (Manson and Nammatesvare) are very small. Only one room with 3 beds and a table.

    The other two cabins (Fallstugan and Muddusluobbal) are bigger. They have one big room with 6 beds and 2 tables plus one smaller room with 2 beds.

    The cabin in Muddusluobbal is very new, only a couple of years old, since the last one was burnt down to the ground......(that was not me!)

    In Muddusluobbal ther is a birdwatchertower. It is very high, far higher then the trees.
    No longer with a great "Yukon Yak Fever"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stavros View Post
    Great leffe. I guess that you will drive there?
    yes, but if some one drives by I could hitch hike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stavros View Post
    There are 4 cabins along the trail. They are all unattended but open. They have woodstoves and plenty of firewood. They also have gas-stoves for cooking. It costs money to use the cabins (or sleep there) but you pay those money afterwards. It is very cheap.

    One of the cabins has a freshwaterwell outside and the other ones have freshwatersprings a little bit away from the cabin.

    All of them has outdoor-toilets.

    Two of the cabins (Manson and Nammatesvare) are very small. Only one room with 3 beds and a table.

    The other two cabins (Fallstugan and Muddusluobbal) are bigger. They have one big room with 6 beds and 2 tables plus one smaller room with 2 beds.

    The cabin in Muddusluobbal is very new, only a couple of years old, since the last one was burnt down to the ground......(that was not me!)

    In Muddusluobbal ther is a birdwatchertower. It is very high, far higher then the trees.
    Nice, is the firewood free or is it only for cabin dwellers?
    Allways good to know if the frying pan will be packed.

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    Heh, interesting things going on here. I will take part on European Cycle Messengers Championships on 3-6.july 2014 in Stockholm. Dates little bit off but I will pay close attention on this thread. I wanted to participate on the 2012 edition of S.K.A.H.O and things went wrong and I missed that. I'll see how my events calendar will developes closer to these dates. Heres a some chance for me.
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