Tour suggestion: Roundtrip in Sweden – Mountain resorts of southern Jämtland Härjedalen

Make the most of your journey in the Swedish Mountains by exploring the sights, activities, and accommodations available in Southern Härjedalen Jämtland. This scenic region is a tourist’s dream.

If you’re driving from the south, you will have several options going north. Along the coast and then turning west or one of the routes leading north inland. One of the options is taking the route through Falun – Mora – Sveg. This will allow you to visit various attractions along the way. Follow the Google Maps Link to see your options of sights.

Click here to see a suggested route Stockholm – Östersund – Åre with a Detour in the Härjedalen Mountains.

Click here to see suggested stops on the Detour in the Härjedalen Mountains.

Stockholm - Åre with a detour in the Härjedalen Mountains
Stockholm - Falun - Mora - Sveg - Åre, with a detour in the Härjedalen Mountains

Take a hike to the Southernmost glacier in Sweden

Keep in mind that it may be challenging to fit in all the recommended activities, but pick and choose what interests you and your travel companions the most. The range of options is broad, from tranquil nature trails to adrenaline-pumping mountain bike rides in Vemdalen. You might even consider a challenging peak hike up to Helags, Sweden’s southernmost glacier.

Camp site or Luxurious Spa Hotel?

Accommodations in the area are equally diverse, with options ranging from campsites (ideal if you’re traveling with a caravan or motorhome) to luxurious spa hotels with first-rate restaurants.

Swedish Waffles and Artisan foods

As for dining, you won’t be disappointed with the wide variety of options available. You can indulge in a waffle at a mountaintop cabin or enjoy high-quality food at a chic restaurant.

Sami Culture

If you have the time, we highly recommend taking a detour to explore the region’s fascinating Sami culture. The Sami people have a rich history in this area, and there are plenty of opportunities to learn more about their way of life and traditions. Along the way, you’ll find small Sami villages, museums, and cultural centers, where you can learn about the Sami’s unique language, handicrafts, and traditional reindeer herding practices.

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