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Fjällävdalsmyran and Tärnättvattnen Loop

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Skuleskogen National Park

Fjällävdalsmyran and Tärnättvattnen Loop is a 18.1 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Bjästa, Västernorrland, Sweden that features a lake and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options.

Length 18.1 mi Elevation gain 2,844 ft Route type Loop
Backpacking Camping Hiking Nature trips Bird watching Forest Lake River Views Wildlife Rocky
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Hike along the High Coast of Northern Sweden. This is an area where the glaciers in the last ice age were the deepest and the heaviest. Now the land is uplifting at a rate of 6 mm per year, rebounding from the weight off the ice. There is also an ancient burial sites that were on the coast, and now, 2000 years later it is 52 meters above sea level. This area has a lot more topography than other places in coastal Northern Sweden.

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Ellen Messing
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This trail is as diverse as it gets: from the feel of ancient magical forests to mystical swamps to sandy beaches to climbing over rocks and being surprised by the stunning views on top of the mountains. It’s all there! You can pitch your tent in the designated areas if you want and wander around for days. Around the hotspots (slåttdalsskrevan and -berget) it can be a bit crowded, so make sure you arrive there before 9am or after 5pm. The trail is quite rocky and at some points steep and can be slippery if it rains. Just walking on the paths can take much of your concentration, so don’t forget to stop occasionally and take a look around. Dogs are allowed only on leash. If your dog is not used to climbing rocks it can be that you’ll have to carry it on some points of the trail. Same for children (except for the on leash part ;-) ) You can take drinking water from the creeks that are in the park. Just make sure it comes from a smooth running creek and you’ll be fine.

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Mimi Cecile
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Henk vH
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