Camp Three Rivers is located on Tärendö River, just at the bifurcation with Torne River and a few kilometres upstream of the village Junosuando. The bifurcation is a very unique geographical feature where one river (Tärendo River) takes water from another (Torne River) and leads it to a third (Kalix River).  All three rivers are free flowing, natural rivers, unexploited by hydropower dams.

Our office is in the village Junosuando.

How to get here

All you need to do is to get to Kiruna!  From there we will collect you and bring you to Camp Three Rivers.

We pick up guests Tuesdays and Fridays at Kiruna tourist information at 14:00 and we drop guests off in Kiruna on Fridays and Mondays at 12:00.  If you need to arrive on other dates, this is possible for an extra fee of 500 SEK/person.

The transfer distance from Kiruna is about 120 km and takes about 1 hour and 30 minutes to drive.  As there are no roads directly to the camp, the final kilometre will be on foot in winter and by foot and row boat or canoe in summer.  In winter, your bags will be transported to the camp by sled.

To get to Kiruna we recommend you take the overnight train from Stockholm.  (You can even hop on the train at Stockholm’s Arlanda airport.)  The overnight train takes about 17 hours, but is quite comfortable if you get a sleeping berth.  For more information and booking: SJ

If you prefer to fly to Kiruna you have two options for airlines.  SAS flies Stockholm-Kiruna and Copenhagen-Kiruna.  Norwegian flies Stockholm-Kiruna.

Travelling with your own car? 

Of course, you are welcome to drive to us with your own car.  In that case we will meet you at our guesthouse in Junosuando village, Folketshusvägen 37, where you can park your car conveniently, meet your guide and start the trip.