20 good reasons to spend your summer vacation in Funäsdalen.
Sweden's southernmost alpine area. The topmost area in Sweden.
The village of Ljusnedal, a village dating back to the 17th century.
The area where the copper-and ironworks used to be, remains and a smithy reconstruction.
60 mountain peaks over 1000 metres above sea level quite easily accessible.
The mountain of Helags at 1798 metres above sea level with Sweden's southernmost glacier.
A wide variety of easy well marked walking tracks, "30 Guldturer".
An abundance of flora among the tracks and mountains.
The unique farming history of the mountain area, with still in use mountain pastures. Flatruet
The living culture of the Sámi people with a Sami camp at the top of Funäsdalsberget.
Flatruet, the highest situated thoroughfare road in Sweden.
Nature reserve, over a hundred lakes, great fishing.
A varied animal life: Elk, reindeer, golden eagle, arctic fox, lynx.
An 18- hole golf course and a 9-hole pay and play golf course .  
Gourmet restaurants using local products.  
Waffles cafés in the mountains and souvenirs. Art galleries.  
A rich cultural history Härjedalens Fjällmuseum; mountain farmers, Sami culture, foundry  
Adventure suitable for children at short tracks to see beavers, meteorit info,   
Moschusox guided tours, canoe safaris, mountain biking, and horseback riding.  
Plenty of choices of services available: Photo, sport, and health services.  
Friendly people, serene nature.  

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