Snow & ice report

Photos and movies are posted ongoing on Wilderness Lodge's Facebook site. For direct and fast ice skating and skiing information, the recommendation is to follow the Facebook blog bellow:

Next guided tours with vacancies

Next guided tour with vacancies is advised on the Facebook page bellow:

Canoeing and kayaking report

The canoe trails in the Malingsbo-Kloten Nature Reserve are predicted to be free from ice and ready for canoeing and kayaking from the 10th of April

Read about the canoe trails in the Nature Reserve Malingsbo-Kloten >>

The spring canoeing in flowing water with easy rapids is predicted to work the two first weeks in april. Read about the spring canoeing >>

Opening hours

1 October–30 April

The Adventure Center, the Wilderness Lodge and the Wilderness Cottage are open daily after bookings

Contact Nordic Discovery >>

+46 (0)73 0350075

Safari reviews:

“On the moose safari we were hiking in the deep forest, when suddenly a  big moose was rising up from his rest right in front of us. The moment was both a little bit scary and very exciting.“

Jovanna Richez



“Just amazing! Thank you so much for this unforgettable moose safari experience."

Nadia Batzig und Tobias Wayne



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Read about Beaver safari >>

Accommodation in the Malingsbo-Kloten Nature Reserve

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Holiday house for rent

Season camping vacancies 2017

Vacant season camping grounds 2017 at Nyfors Wilderness Camping: Read about Nyfors Wilderness Camping >>

Season camping with maintenance tasks

Possibility to simple maintenance tasks in return of free season camping at Kloten Wilderness Camping. Kloten Wilderness Camping >>

More information on phone number: + 46 (0)73 0350075

Beaver safari in Sweden - A real nature experience

Beaver safari - A spectacular show. A large splash breaks the silence and water rises spectacular towards the sky. A few seconds later, the water droplets descend back and melt into the surface of the lake once again. A beaver dove- flicking the water up with his long, flat tail

Join Sweden's most popular beaver safari

Canoe paddling through a beaver-rich wilderness area in Sweden

At sunset, while the sun goes down behind undulating forests, we paddle out on a beaver safari. Through the beaver-rich wilderness area, we move as silently as possible in Canadian canoes (the Native Americans’ traditional canoe with space for two adults- which, in common language, is simply called, ‘canoe’). It is in the evening, under the shelter of the trees’ long shadows that the beaver is very active. With care, we glide in silence towards the beaver huts. Slowly, slowly, in order to get as close as possible without harming the beavers

The adventure starts with a three-course dinner with many ingredients from the forest. Over dinner we listen to the experienced and knowledgeable (native Swedish) beaver guide Mikael Nilsson, who informs us about the beaver and many other wild animals in the forest. When the paddling starts, everyone has to be absolutely silent. Then we only communicate with sign language (a necessary condition if we are to see the shy and hard-working nibblers)

The chances of seeing beavers are very high. Many beavers were spotted on most beaver safaris since year 2003. The success with spotting beavers has been very good. Nordic Discovery's best safaris delivers ‘beaver contact’ for the whole duration of the paddling trip (3 hours)

    • The beaver photos have been taken by pro wildlife photographer, Peter Cairns, on Nordic Discovery's beaver safaris in May 2009. The pictures were taken during the creation stage of the book, Wild Wonders Of Europe

Beaver safaris 2017

Nordic Discovery is at the moment building a new website and the updated moose safari tours for 2017 you will find on:

The safaris are certified Nature's Best's arrangements

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