Cycle with accommodation along the bicycle trails
In the village Nyfors it is possible to stay for the night at River Loge. River Loge is located half way along the 64 km bicycle trail Nyforsleden and the 47 km Malingsbo-Kloten Nature Reserve trail.
The bicycle trails are not marked in the nature and it is highly recommended that you do your bicycle ride with a detailed map. Detailed maps are included in the mountainbike and bicycle rental, but also for rent at Nordic Discovery's Adventure Center.
The possibilities for cycling in the Malingsbo-Kloten Nature Reserve are extended. The normal procedure is to tell how far you would like to bike, and we recommend and mark out a suitable route on maps.
With the aid of a bicycle, you will find some of the Nature Reserve's hidden places. The roads in black on the map are dirt roads, and recommended for cycling. The hiking trails in the Malingsbo-Kloten Nature Reserve are suitable for hiking and not for mountain biking.
The only good option for mountainbiking on paths is along the local circular running track on 2.5 km.
Accommodation at the bicycle trails starting point
Wilderness Lodge is located at the starting point for the bicycle trails. The perfect location when you cycle one of the bicycle trails each day. Staying at the Wilderness Lodge is also an excellent option the night before and after the bicycle excursions.
Rent of mountainbikes and bicycles in the Malingsbo-Kloten Nature Reserve
The mountainbikes are Yosemite X-trail 29 with 24 gears.
The bikes are sturdy Yosemite Cruisers with broad tires with one gear.
Helmets and a detalied map are included in bicycle and mountainbike rental. Bicycle bags of 90 liter capacity are included upon request on the bicycle rental.
Prices in SEK
|DAY (9 AM - 7 PM)||WEEK|
Book bicycles & mountainbikes
200 SEK/bicycle. 300 SEK/mountainbike /day in the Malingsbo-Kloten Nature Reserve.
1000 SEK/bicycle/week. 1500 SEK/mountainbike/week in the Malingsbo-Kloten Nature Reserve.
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