The Great rapids national park
Come with us to the Great rapids national park. Storforsen nature reserve is located in the Piteälven valley. It is a good example of a mighty, northern river landscape. The Pite River is one of Sweden's four unregulated national rivers and the rapids are the largest in the Nordic region, and also Europe's largest unregulated. The rapids end in a seal where the water flows still. In the spring, you can often see whooper swans, pickles and mallards here.
The river is surrounded by a primeval forest-like forest, with a rich flora and fauna. Here, Norrbotten's landscape flower blooms wild berries in early summer and lilies of the valley spread fragrance. Later in the summer, the pink linen, the spruce forest's little fairytale princess with its sweet almond scent, blooms. You can also see the cinnamon rose here, it has cinnamon-brown branches and a faint cinnamon scent. In August, you can even taste wild red currants in the beach forest.
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