Visit to the world’s oldest tree, Old Tjikko
July and August: Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 10AM and 1PM.
Fulufjellet National Park is a forest and mountain area on the border between Norway and Sweden. The visitor center Naturum Fulufjället is located on the Swedish side of the national park. Our trip to the historical tree starts here.
We walk to the world’s oldest tree which is more than 9,000 years old. We follow in the footsteps of Our predecessors, the moose, the hare, and the bear until we reach the little tree that attracts hundreds of visitors from all over the world. Along the way we admire Njupeskär, Sweden’s highest waterfall: 93 m high with a free fall of 70 meters. We enjoy the tranquility and the nature and have a cup of coffee by the fire if the weather permits.
Sturdy, waterprooff boots. Small backpack a with a wind- and waterproof jacket, waterbottle and extra clothing according to the weather. Binoculars and camera.
Your guide knows Fulufjellet National Park and the unique flora and fauna found here. Welcome to an unforgettable journey in one of Norway’s and Sweden’s most amazing natural experiences. The guiding will be in Norwegian, Swedish and English.
For Information and more experiences: www.sverigesnationalparker.se/fulufjallet
About the trip
The hike takes about 2 hours. It is not very demanding and we take several stops.
Adult SEK 200, Children under 16 years SEK 150. Payment on site. Price includes guiding and coffee.
Visitor Centre Naturum Fulufjället is located at the Swedish gateway to Fulufjellet National park; the Njupeskär entry.