Wilderness hiking in the largest nature reserve in Sälenfjällen
9AM every Friday from 7. July to 15. September
Experience the unspoiled Sälen. Transtrandsfjällen Nature Reserve is a protected area in the northern part of Sälenfjällen. The area holds a unique flora and fauna and is known to be rich in elk and our largest predator; bear.
The trip starts in the south where we take the path towards the beautiful Kruggbäck valley and further on the Kalfjället with a wonderful view of Fulufjäll National Park. Then downhill towards the beautiful Lägerdal star and our nice laavu where we take the first snack stop. We then walk through a magic valley where we can fill our water bottles. Here there is a great chance to find signs of bear and moose. Reaching Synddal Cottage, lunch is served, consisting of ”Kolbulle”, a traditional dish from this area. The way home goes on a beautiful path with footbridges .
Good boots and suitable clothes for hiking . Backpack with rainwear and extra clothing/socks as well as snacks food and something to drink. Your guide will be Peter Karlsson, a Professional guide and dogsled driver as well s Avalanche rescuer.
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About the trip
The hike is about 10 km and takes 4–5 hours. The trip suits everyone with a little hiking experience. Children under the age of 12 should have some hiking experience.
Adult SEK 795, Children less than 16 years SEK 395. Lunch is included. Payment on location by card, cash or Swish.
Meeting point: Peakpoints in Tandådalen