The E10 is a European Route from Luleå in Norrbotten, Sweden to Å in Lofoten, Norway. With much of the 850 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle, and a passage through the Scandinavian mountain range and along the Norwegian coast, the road is one of the most scenic in the Nordic countries.
Norrbotten County, SwedenEdit
- 1 Luleå (junction with E4) is the county seat, and the largest city along the road.
- 2 Töre (near Kalix)
- 3 Morjärv
- 4 Överkalix
- 5 Gällivare (junction with E45)
- 6 Kiruna is Sweden's northernmost city, known for its iron mine. The vast Kiruna Municipality stretches all the way to the Finnish and Norwegian borders.
- 7 Abisko, with Abisko national park, trailhead of the Kungsleden hiking trail
- 8 Riksgränsen, a ski resort on the Swedish-Norwegian border.
While the southern part of E10, which coincides with the E4, is a repetitive passage through thick forest, the leg through Lappland is among the most scenic roads in Sweden. The leg through Lofoten is breath-taking.
The Norrbotten Megasystem is a cluster of industrial structures along the 500-kilometre Iron Ore Line, from Narvik to Luleå.
- Blue Highway – another scenic drive between the Atlantic and the Baltic Sea, this one continuing to Lake Onega in Russia.