During the summer and fall months (late) july, august and september you can collect blueberries, mountain cranberries, raspberries and cloudberries on your hikes. These typical northern berries ripen to different times.

Depending on the weather and humidity, mushrooms will appear from the end of July on. The birch boletes grows on a widespread area, but also penny buns are found quite often. Later in fall, the funnel chanterelles will sprout. (Yellow) chanterelles are rather rare at our altitude and can usually only be found above 800 m.

Forest raspberries

Blueberries in fall

Cloudberries in the swamp

Birch boletes



Cloudberries (also known as nordic berries) are very rare in Central Europe, and in Sweden they are considered the gold of the north. They are the symbol of Lapland. The berry is rich in vitamin C and only grows in swampy areas. Cloudberries are often served with waffles and whipped cream.

You can find edible mushrooms in Jämtland including Sheep Polypore (Albatrellus ovinus), Sweet Tooth (Hydnum repandum), Olive Wax Cap (Hygrophorus olivaceoalbus), Pine Bolete (Boletus pinophilus), Slippery Jack (Suillus luteus) or Yellowfoot (Craterellus tubaeformis).