An afternoon's adventure, snowmobiling and ice fishing. We also eat lunch around the campfire. We cannot guarantee good weather but we can promise you a great experience.
A whole day outdoors in a Winter wonderland with focus on tracking Wolves and other wildlife. Our experienced guides will guide you through the snowy forests of Bergslagen in search of Wolves. The best season for Wolf tracking is January-March when the ground is snow covered and you have the chance to see Wolves running across frozen lakes.
Sveaskog is now exclusively releasing a limited number of year-permits for Put & Take angling for fishing waters at five places in Sweden. In addition we offer a 10% discount on year-permits for all natural waters. Read more below and buy the permit direct on this site.
An afternoon's adventure, snowmobiling and ice fishing. We also eat lunch around the campfire. We cannot guarantee good weather but we ca...
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A new three-day adventure completely focusing on wolf tracking and searching. The best time of year to track wolves is January to March...
You now have the opportunity to try an attractive offering of three days in the snowy kingdom of Hälsingland, with excellent food and...
Battue hunting with dog combined with stalking roe deer and boar on an area of 300 hectares. Two-day hunting is offered, with two to four...
The winter forestland and the municipality of Jokkmokk offer fantastic conditions for eventful winter hunting with good supply of game...
Östergötland Sportfiskeguidning offers Put and Take Fishing for rainbow and brown trout in a scenic setting in the northern part of...
Zoos have their place – but to be in true wilderness together with experienced guides and see wildlife in its right environment beats them. Encounter the wildlife of the Swedish forests.
Fish for salmon and trout in gushing rapids or char in deep-blue tarns in magical forests. Are you looking for inspiration for your next angling adventure? We know where to find exciting waters anywhere in Sweden.
Tornedalen in northern Sweden is still a frontierland when it comes to tourism – you could well call it a gem waiting to be discovered. It offers beautiful scenery, exciting social history and in addition to simple enjoyment and relaxation, it offers activities such as skiing, hiking, the Sauna, angling and hunting – during the six seasons of the Tornedalen year.
On Omberg Mountain in Östergötland, a piece of Swedish cultivated landscape has been recreated over the past decade. In the Ecopark you can see pastures, woods for walking in, and a diversity of wildlife and plants. Here at Inatur you can find excellent accommodation in Omberg Ecopark.
Vendace fishing goes on for a few hectic weeks in autumn, and gives the exclusive caviar called Kalixlöjrom. Inatur went along with some hobby anglers on the hunt for vendace, then feasted on the red gold from the Gulf of Bothnia.
August sees the start of the hunting season. Game birds are first in line. Then come roe deer and other small game. The common denominators are pellet shot – and that practice makes perfect."A hunter must train both physique and shooting," says Frank Jakobsson, Factory manager at Gyttorp.
For many, taking a slow walk around a small lake with a fishing rod draped over your shoulder and a few freshly caught fish in your hand epitomises what summer is all about.
NordGuide has signed a hunting rights agreement for two elk hunting weeks covering the 3,000 hectares of Rosfors Ecopark. The agreement with Sveaskog is for three years. In addition, NordGuide also has a local hunting team agreement with Sveaskog.
In Abborrträsk outside of Arvidsjaur swims no small elusive arctic char's. Looking at Fiskejournalens films are they big and grab willing. Fiskejournalen's editor Martin Falklind has, in addition to the films, written a great story on Abborrträsk in the latest issue of the magazine.
Explore using our map of Sweden and zoom in on your favourites anywhere in the country. All our various activities within See & Do, Hunting and Fishing as well as Accommodation are indicated on the map.
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