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Loos Camping


Kalmetervägen, 820 50 Los

About the campsite

Loos Camping can be found in the northwestern part of Gävleborg County.<br>

The campsite is located in the small but very charming village of Los with just over 330 inhabitants. The campsite is really located in the middle of the wilderness and that means that there are massive activities with mainly nature involved.

You can find tent pitches, camping pitches with or without electricity and very nice cottages for rent.



The campsite is directly connected to the lake Kyrkbytjärnen and there is a nice wooden jetty towards the lake. There is also plenty of space for children and adults to run around the campsite and play some football or other fun!

We also have a bakery for rent where you can make, for example, thin bread, firecrackers or why not your very own stone oven baked pizza? The cottage can be rented for 250 SEK per day + with optional firewood for 50 SEK.

In our handicapped accessible service building you will find:

  • Five showers, one of which is handicapped accessible
  • Toilets, one of which is adapted for the disabled
  • Kitchen equipped with stove, microwave, refrigerator and coffee maker
  • Dining room with TV for about 18-20 people
  • Laundry room with washing machine and drying cabinet
  • Latrine emptying for caravans
  • Modern white goods
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Right outside the campsite you have your feet firmly planted in our little village of Los.

Here you can easily walk to local attractions such as Los Church, which is a symbolic building for our village.

In the village we also have a library for those who want to borrow a book to read with their feet dipped in the lake.

But it is mainly experiences in nature that the area has to offer. So don't forget to pack your hiking shoes or skis depending on the season!

For those interested in hiking, the Finnmarksleden and Hälsingeleden are the 2 most popular hiking trails in the area. The Finnmarksleden trail is 45 km long and takes you to Fågelsjö Gammelgård which is a World Heritage Site. The Hälsingeleden trail is 15 km long and takes you to Hedbäcken.

The seesaw stones in Sjöarberget Fågelsjö are a natural phenomenon that should be experienced if you are in the area. The stones are located about 4 kilometres northwest of Fågelsjö. For those who want to get there, we recommend the summer trail that starts from the Gryssjö road beyond the World Heritage Site Fågelsjö Gammelgård Bortom Åa. It is said that if you are strong enough and manage to move the stones on your own, you are poisonous. So here it is up to you to prove it!

For cycling you will of course find several cycling trails here too! Most of them are best suited for mountain biking.

Here you can also look for areas to pick various berries and of course mushroom picking in autumn! Ask us and we might be able to recommend some good spots.

For those interested in fishing there are good lakes, rivers and streams. A valid fishing licence must be held and can be purchased here.

During the winter there are ski trails, one example is Nickelvallen which is 2.5 km long with lighting. There are also 100 miles of trails for snowmobiling.

This and much more is available thanks to our blessed geographical location. Feel free to ask us for more tips as we have a good knowledge of the area.

The nearest major town is Mora 105 km from the campsite.

A warm welcome!

Facilities at the campsite

Facilities at the campsite

Nearby activities

Nearby activities

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