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  • Photographer: Jonas Ingman

Glass cabins at Dalslands Aktiviteter

72 HOUR CABIN. The glass cabins that perhaps offer the most beautiful view of all are located close to the Dalslands Aktiviteter activity centre. Staying on your very own peninsula just above Lake Iväg, you can spend the days wandering through the forest, kayaking, and becoming acquainted with the elks.

 

An adventure close to nature awaits you every day

Dalslands Aktiviteter, located in the municipality of Bengtsfors, is the ultimate activity centre for anyone looking to explore the forests and lakes andwith their sights set firmly on adventure. The glass cabins are perched on a rock beside the lake, suitably named Iväg (which in English means ‘away’). From your bed in one of the glass cabins it is only too easy to become immersed in your dreams – let your eyes wander slowly across the lake and the forests and allow any thoughts you may have about coping with the stress of day-to-day life to slowly evaporate.

The cabins is located on your very own peninsula, just above the water level, around 800 metres from the Dalslands Aktiviteter restaurant and activity centre. Your nearest neighbour will be a group of teepees, just a stone’s throw away. Otherwise the glass cabins are cut off from the outside world. Why not start off the day by taking the rowing boat out on a dawn fishing trip?

 

"If you never heard about The 72 Hour Cabin, the only thing you need to know is that it will be your ultimate nature retreat when you visit West Sweden."

/Patricija, Wanderlista Travel Blog

 

When you arrive at Dalslands Aktiviteter you will be welcomed by a guide. Accompanied by refreshments, you will receive information about what lies ahead of you during the coming days. You will then make your way down to your glass cabin, which is about 800 metres from the activity centre. The guide will show you how everything works – the outdoor toilet, campfire area, rowing boat, bathing area and so on.

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Photographer: Copenhagen Wilderness

Explore the Swedish nature

Apart from enjoying the peace and tranquillity of nature and the spectacular view across the lake and forests, you can book a wide range of activities. You can try your hand at kayaking or panning for gold in the Steneby river, you can go trekking on horseback, or you can pay a visit to the elk park and say hello to the King of the Forest. You can also take a guided forest tour and learn all about animal tracking and how to start a fire without matches. You can even put your archery skills to the test.

Add on:

  • A guide to accompany you on a fishing trip, walking tour, canoeing trip, or beaver safari.
  • Wilderness skills – learn how to light a fire outdoors and whittle useful tools from materials found in the forest. Learn about the flora and fauna, how to orientate yourself in the wild, and how to follow animal tracks. Duration: approximately three hours.
  • Guided trek on horseback, ranging from one hour to a full day.
  • Archery – a relaxing activity that focuses on breathing control, posture, and the workings of the bow.
  • Panning for gold in the Steneby river. The activity centre reception has all the equipment you require, along with information about how to pan. Duration: 2-3 hours.
  • Kayaking – embark on a picturesque three-hour Steneby river kayaking tour. The tour will take you downstream along a nine-kilometre stretch of the river with a whole host of natural obstacles to navigate past.

 

Photographer: Jonas Ingman

 

 

 

Why glass cabins?

The glass cabins were designed by Jeanna Berger, daughter of the owners of Henriksholm, Staffan and Maria Berger. The aim is to bring the visitor closer to nature, and the design idiom is ‘pared back’ and functional. All the materials are sourced from local suppliers. Read more about Jeanna’s thoughts behind the glass cabins.

 

Finding your way to the glass cabins

The glass cabins are located in Dalsland, in western Sweden.

Via Gothenburg

The closest international airport is Gothenburg Landvetter Airport, just outside Gothenburg. You can hire a car at the airport and from there it takes around two hours to drive to the glass cabins.

If you would prefer to travel by public transport, that’s fine. Airport buses operate between the airport and the centre of Gothenburg (30 minutes). From there you can take the regional train to Mellerud or Åmål (1-1½ hours). You then switch to a local bus, depending on which glass cabin you intend to visit.

The nearest bus stop is Steneby vägkors. It is then just a five-minute walk. Feel free to contact a member of the glass cabin staff if you have a lot of luggage and you would like us to collect you from one of the bus stops.

Via Stockholm

Stockholm Arlanda Airport is located north of the Swedish capital. From there it takes around five hours by car to the glass cabins.

If you are travelling by public transport, you can take the train to Gothenburg and then onwards, or you can take the train to Karlstad, where you change for Åmål or Mellerud (read more above).

Via Oslo

From Oslo Airport in Norway it takes around three hours by car to the glass cabins.

If you are travelling by public transport, you can take the train to Gothenburg or Karlstad, and then change for Åmål or Mellerud. Or take the tarin (NSB) to Ed and from there go further towards Mellerud or Åmål. (Read more above).

 

Different locations – different experiences

The glass cabins are in slightly different locations in West Sweden, resulting in a range of experiences depending on where you choose. You can read about the different cabins here.

Practical information

The basic package includes:

  • A rucksack with seat pads, cutlery, knife and firesteel, matches, water bottle, head torch, hand torch, first-aid kit, insect spray, and a brochure about Dalslands Aktiviteter
  • A basket containing an extra blanket, hand torch, solar charger, water, drinking glasses, map and Dalsland tourist brochure
  • Access to a rowing boat and two fishing rods
  • A bathing area close to the glass cabin
  • An open fire area for cosy barbecue evenings
  • An outdoor toilet near the glass cabin
  • Access to a toilet and shower in the activity centre (800 metres away)

The following meals are included:

  • Refreshments on arrival
  • Three breakfast packages delivered to your glass cabin
  • Two lunches served in the dining room at the activity centre
  • Three dinners – you can choose if you want to eat in the dining room, or if you would like to take your food to the glass cabin and arrange your own barbecue dinner.

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