Njupeskär [*****]

What ?

Njupeskär is the highest waterfall in Sweden (125 m, of which 95 m in one go). It is situated in Fulufjället nature reserve, is easy to reach, and has excellent facilities (including a cafe and "Naturum", a small exhibition building). It is a bit of a tourist attraction, but well worth a visit nonetheless. From the parking area, a 25 min walk leads to the foot of the waterfall. A 25 min walk along a different trail leads back to the parking area.

Where ?

From road 70 north of Särna, turn off and follow the signs to Njupeskär (about 25 km on good roads).

References ?


Njupeskär (© Gerard Kleywegt, 2003)


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Information last updated on 26 December, 2003 - Page last modified on 17 December, 2006.