The skies are blue and the sun shines upon me as I enter Fulufjällets National Park with my friends Helena, Katarina, Katta and Daniel. It’s a beautiful day in October 2017 and this park is new territory for me. I remember feeling very excited to enjoy the nature here and to hike and photograph with my friends and colleagues.
The fact that this National Park houses Njupeskär, Sweden’s largest waterfall did not lower my expectations.
“Fulufjället National Park is a national park in central Sweden. Its total area is 385 km2 (149 sq mi), located entirely within Älvdalen Municipality in the province of Dalarna. It is named after the mountain Fulufjället, 1,044 m (3,425 ft) high. It covers the Swedish part of the Fulufjället massif, which is the southernmost part of the Scandes in Sweden.”– Wikipedia
There are a lot of different hikes to do here, and the signs are clear and
I found the park to be very accessible and easy to get around in.