Two newly built cottages (2008-09) with high standards and panoramic windows,
rented all year round in Lövberg 4km east of Klimpfjäll, in the mountains of
The cottages are elevated, on a southern slope and with a beautiful view over the
Autjoklimpen and Lake Kultsjön, which are situated 200 metres below the cottages.
The interior consists of two bedrooms, of which one has a nice double bed, and one
small room with a bunk bed. Sofa bed in the all-purpose room.
Spacious bathroom with shower and a WC adapted for the disabled.
Fully equipped kitchen and bed linen for six persons.
(The cottages are adapted for the disabled, please contact us for more
The fishing in the area is one of Sweden’s best, with the emphasis on big char and
Lake Kultsjön, River Kultsjöån, River Satsån and the river Marsån together with a
number of fishing lakes is available in the nearby area.
The grand mountains around Stekkenjokk and Marsfjällen are well known for their
lovely hiking trails.
Hunting of the white grouse in the area is very good with large undesturbed, easy
to walk in areas.
Hunting of great grouse and black grouse in the old coniferous forest around the
mountains, is an experience you will always remember. We arrange guided tours
In the areas around the mountains, during late summer you can find cloudberry
and later even yellow chanterelle.
The flora and fauna in Kultsjödalen is rich in species.
The Lapp’s age-old meeting spot Fatmomakke with its well preserved buildings is
unique in Europe. This place is one of the best known tourist attractions in
The village Marsliden at the foot of mountain Marsfjället, is famous from Bernhard
Nordh’s books, amongst others:
”In the shadow of Marsfjället”. There is also a restored cottage that shows how the
early settlers used to live.
Road E 45 to Vilhelmina, drive the road Vildmarksvägen west 116km towards
When you have passed Saxnäs it is about 27km to our cottages.
Contact the owner for available weeks
The person responsible for the content of this ad and for the rental of this accommodation is Maud Larsson.