Klimpfjäll is located on a mountain slope near the northwestern bank of the Kultsjön river. From here, 600 metres above sea level, you have a view stretching miles over Kultsjön and the Northern Borgafjäll mountain range. There are many modern traces of the Sami culture in the area, such as reindeer corrals, herder's cabins and goahtis. Many of the mountain peaks and lakes have Sami names.
Norgefarargården is a cultural heritage site that was of great importance for border trade with Norway in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Today the building is a farm shop and summer café with raw materials from the local area. You will learn a lot about the history of the site and Klimpfjäll here. Feel free to visit Norgefarargårdens webpage: www.norgefarargarden.se
Klimpfjäll ('Klimhpe' in southern Sami) is a villiage in Vilhelmina Municipality located approximately 20 kilometres from the Norwegian border and 120 kilometres from Vilhelmina.