Fjällnora

Fjällnora open-air recreation area is surrounded by lakes, steep, wooded hilltops and vast forests. In the summer, Fjällnora becomes a paradise of activities. Both lakes in the area, Trehörningen or Ramsen, have a large open-air swimming area, a naturist beach and a dog beach, where your four-footed friend can take a dip.

Follow the signs from the rental cottages at the entrance. The area also has excellent hiking trails if you want to go out and explore the interesting landscape. For example, you can hike the Upplandsleden trail that passes through the area. You can also go fishing, biking, rent boats and much more.

The swimming area is handicapped accessible.

Travel by car

By car you drive about 15 kilometers on route 282 from Uppsala towards Almunge. There is a large parking on site. On fine summer days the parking can be full. Follow directions and please respect the parking ban along the road.

Travel by bus, Lennakatten or veteran bus

If you go by bus, you can get off at Fjällnora road crossings and then walk about 3 kilometers to Fjällnora. It is bus number 809 that takes you there. Search for travel on ul.seexternal link, opens in new window

In the summertime you can take a steam locomotive train from Uppsala and a veteran bus from Selknä. The veteran bus also picks up travelers who ride a regional bus at a stop some distance on Fjällnoravägen. Current timetables can be found at lennakatten.seexternal link, opens in new window.

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