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Adventure Mountain Isaberg

Isaberg Nature Reserve is the place for those who love to be active in nature.

The area includes the primeval hill Isaberg, which rises 310 metres above sea level. From the top, you have stunning views of the Nissan Valley and the lake-rich landscape. Isaberg is home to southern Sweden's largest winter sports facility with numerous slopes and lifts. There are also prepared trails for cross-country skiing and well-established services such as a holiday village, campsite, shelters, catering and a ski shop. Isaberg is also a paradise for those who love mountain biking and it offers lift accessed cycling and trails of different lengths and difficulty.  If you don't want to ski or cycle down the mountain, you can take the toboggan, which is guaranteed to give a buzz. You can also climb between the treetops on the popular high ropes course or take a trip out in a canoe. More information about what to do at Isaberg, during the summer and winter, can be found on Isaberg Mountain Resort's website.