Fulufjället National Park
Fulufjället offers great hiking opportunites also around Njupeskär, the highest waterfall in Sweden
Thundering cascades of water in Summer and a shimmering armour of ice in winter: The metamorphosing Njupeskär - Sweden’s highest waterfall - is the most dramatic attraction in Fulufjället and a challenge for ice climbers, who scramble up the frozen water with ice picks and sharp metal spikes.
The surrounding gentle sandstone mountain landscape is best explored on foot, on skis or by canoe. Elks, beavers and brown bears live in the crystal clear rivers, wide moors and ancient, lichen-draped spruce forests. Thick carpets of reindeer moss and berries invite hikers to daydream under the open sky.
An unforgettable experience is the Scandinavian wilderness with its lush forests and the bare plateau of Fulufjället’s mountain with lakes.
Row on a lake on Midsummer’s Night
Enjoy a dog sled ride through a fairy tale winter landscape
Take a hike to Sweden’s highest waterfall