Slagnäs, Swedish Lapland Want create site? Find Free WordPress Themes and plugins.It’s day 5 of our roadtrip through Scandinavia. We’re staying the night at a quiet campsite in Slagnäs, a small town in Swedish Lapland. We’re starting to notice that we’re traveling outside the summer season since a lot of touristic places are closing very early or are closed already for the rest of the winter. Nevertheless we’re really enjoying our trip and luckily there’s a lot of beautiful nature here in Swedish Lapland to discover. Very close to our campsite (Slagnäs campsite) is a river named Skellefteälven. Near a steel bridge built in 1942 goes a path down to the riverside. On both sides of the river is a nice footbridge which gives you the opportunity to have a walk along the riverside.Footbridge used at your own risk! © My Little Travel StoriesNot very far away from the bridge you’ll find a fish house named ‘Sven’s Fish House’. It is an unique fish trap that was rebuilt. The original was built by villager Sven Forsén built in the late 1940’s. Whitefish would go up in shallow water to eat mosquitoes. Their only way back from shallow water to the river was through Sven’s Fish House. One reason for building the fish house was to avoid the fishing nets and it was an easy way to secure a steady supply of fish. At the time the fish house was built, fish was a much more important food source than today.Sven’s Fish House. © My Little Travel StoriesFollowing the path will eventually lead you to a hydro power dam. Power is here derived from the energy of falling water. From here you have an amazing view over the Skellefteälven river.Beautiful view over the Skellefteälven river. © My Little Travel StoriesSlagnäs campsiteSlagnäs campsite is a perfect place to stay when you’re on transit to the Northkape because it’s near the E45 to the north. It’s small and simple but all facilities you need are there and everything is clean. There are no supermarkets nearby but you’ll get nice freshly baked buns served by breakfast. 🙂Freshly baked buns at Slagnäs campsite. Foto by: Travel photography IlseWant to stay up-to-date with the newest articles and the best places to be?Want to stay up-to-date with the newest articles and the best places to be? Follow My Little Travel Stories on Facebook or Instagram. 😄Did you find apk for android? You can find new Free Android Games and apps.