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Calazo Sareks nationalpark 1:50.000


Calazo Sareks Nationalpark 1:50.000 is a new generation mountain map featuring detailed terrain information based on airborne laser scanning. It is made of tear-resistant Tyvek material, making it completely insensitive to water. Explore Ruohtesvágge and Rapadalen areas with ease.

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Calazo Sareks Nationalpark 1:50.000: The New Generation Mountain Map

Experience the new generation mountain map of Calazo Sareks Nationalpark 1:50.000, featuring a wealth of detail not found in other maps of the same area. The map is based on airborne laser scanning, providing completely new elevation curves, watercourses, slopes, and more.

Explore the Ruohtesvágge area with Áhkká north of the valley and Sarek’s highest peaks around Sarektjåhkkå. The other side of the map covers the entire Rapadalen down to Aktse by Kungsleden and the Bårdde massif.

They use Tyvek®, a synthetic fiber material, to make our map completely insensitive to water and tear-resistant. You won’t have to worry about tearing in the folds or color fading with a Tyvek map. Get your Calazo Sareks Nationalpark 1:50.000 map today and explore the rugged terrain with ease.



Calazo is a publishing company founded by two enthusiastic hikers who embarked on their journey by creating a guidebook for downhill skiing destinations in Sweden called “Svenska Topturer” in 2004. This endeavor’s success led to the publication of “Stockholms Friluftsliv,” a guidebook for Stockholm’s excursion destinations. Encouraged by public interest and media recognition, they transitioned from their regular jobs to pursue publishing hiking books, eventually expanding their team to include writers, artists, and cartographers.
Specializing in camping and route guides initially, Calazo identified the need for more durable maps for outdoor enthusiasts. Since 2010, they have been producing maps made from Tyvek material known for its water and tear resistance. Their meticulous map development process includes data from various sources such as Metsähallitus Nature Services, aerial and satellite images, laser scanning data, and trail network information, often collaborating with experts like Professor Peter Jansson from Stockholm University. Beyond maps, their portfolio includes sports guides for activities like climbing, kayaking, and excursion skating, as well as route guides for popular European hiking destinations. They also offer educational books covering topics such as food drying, first aid, and alpine plants to aid hikers in developing their skills and knowledge.