Tyttbo and the Färnebofjärdens National ParkShow map
In September 1998, Färnebofjärdens National Park was initiated by King Carl Gustaf. It is Sweden’s 26th National Park and a unique nature area, where lower Dalälven extends with river meadows, old forests, waters, islands and rapids. The area is about 20 kilometers long and half a kilometer wide and covers about 10 000 hectares of water and land. A wilderness atmosphere prevails here with no counterparts in southern and mid Sweden.Show more Show less
To get to the Tyttbo area and the National Park: Drive northeast from Avesta on road 68, turn off towards Folkärna and follow the road until you reach the village By. Drive past By church and follow the signs to Tyttbo and Hovnäs. If you go for GPS, you can search for "Stadarna".