In the late 1920’s the bear became a protected species, after almost becoming extinct. Today there are around 3300 bears in Sweden and they can mainly be found in the northwesterly part of Sweden.
In Hälsingland there are several wilderness guides/lodges that offer various wildlife watching activities approved by Naturens Bästa – Nature’s Best. Nature’s Best is the first national quality label in Europe for nature tours. Learn more at www.naturensbasta.se