On top of things
- Helicopter flights
- Downhill (MTB)
- Summit tours (Helagsmassivet)
- Panning for gold
- Clay pigeon shooting
- GPS/Snowshoe walks
- Mountain biking
- Active families
- Swimming baths
- Ski shool
- Dog sledding
- Horseback riding
- Mountain hiking
- Berry picking
- Mushroom picking
- Churches (Storsjö)
At the beginning of the road, in the innermost part of Härjedalen, we find Ljungdalsfjällen. The valley of the River Ljungan leads the way.
Once upon a time it played an important role for the travelling salesmen ’forbönder’ on their way to Norway.
Today this is how the visitors find their way into the unexploited wilderness, to the great massifs, the exciting adventures, the hospitable people and places where there is always something new to explore. Too much of something good can be wonderful; just like in Ljungdalsfjällen. Wherever else could you become fabulously rich panning for gold, test clay pigeon shooting, quickly pick many litres of cloudberries or chanterelles, encounter nature on the back of a horse, hire a mountain bike and explore the peaks or grill your own catch of brown trout on the campfire? Life is great.
How about an overnight stay at the lodge Helags Fjällstation followed by a hike to the summit of Mt Helags? Once arrived there, you can spend the rest of the day counting peaks. Since the main source of enjoyment is variation, maybe you should opt for something else as well. It is easy to find alternatives.
When in Ljungdalsfjällen, a fishing trip springs to mind, and with that choice, you have also found the answer to the question: “What’s for dinner?”
It is probably true that the person who gets lost is the one who finds the new paths but a visitor to Ljungdalsfjällen should carry a map and compass. Part of the fun is to spend the evening in the warmth of the cabin planning the next day’s adventures. For tips or guidance there are always local guides at hand who would be delighted to help you find the gems.
The only way to resist a temptation is said to give in to it. Welcome to Ljungdalsfjällen!