It is a well-known fact that there is a rejuvenation of willow grouse in the area around Miekak where you can hunt in a fantastic landscape surrounded by snow-clad mountain tops. We have had a good supply of game birds even in the years when other parts of Sweden have had problems to maintain a strong population. This is probably because the grouse always find insects and shelter during the hatching period in this varying terrain. There are mountain birches in the lower regions around the marshlands and shorelines. There are ravines and small streams on the mountain sides and higher up there are moors, osiery undergrowth and boulder terrain.
We can now also offer untouched terrain where no hunter has ever been. These areas are accessible by boat or by foot and you and your dogs can reach remote areas by helicopter as well. If you do not have your own dog, we can arrange good pointers and guides who know the area well. Hunting ptarmigan during spring-winter, from the middle of February until the middle of March, is very thrilling. The days are getting longer then and the sun often shines from a clear blue sky, giving off warmth and light. You dress in a snow smock, and equipped with a good pair of binoculars and a small-caliber sporting rifle, you go skiing to seek after the ptarmigans. And when you find them sneek upclose to aim for the perfect shot. It is a very thrilling experience! It is not unusual to see a flock of a few hundred ptarmigans here.
You can stay in the camp or in the mountains. In the camp you stay in self-catering cabins and there is a shop, sauna and telephone. If you are a real outdoor type you can camp anywhere you want to, out in the open or in a tent. If you want a more luxurious trip we can arrange for you to stay at a hotel in the town of Arjeplog from where you can fly daily to various interesting hunting grounds in the mountains.