The ground of the tracks can vary greatly from day to day and it is the substrate and equipment that determines how hard or easy it will be. Choose the path according to your capacity and weather conditions. We open our winter tracks when it no longer works to cycle in our usual summer tracks. Usually winter cycling is the best in the beginning of spring when the snow has fallen a number of times. All winter tracks start from the starting point Stadion.
A lightweight track of 3.7 km, which is largely driven on major paths and gravel roads. The course is shoveled in winter, but the surface can vary after precipitation and snow melting. To be on the safe side we always recommend studded tires. The course can be used with regular mountain bike, fatbike or for hiking/running.
A 4 km long course prepared by snowmobile and stretches through scenic forests and over large marshlands. The ground can vary from day to day, therefore it is recommended to ride a fatbike or go for a snow shoe run. If the ground allows (without sinking down), then regular mountain biking also works
The narrowest and hardest of our winter tracks is 4 km long. Large sections of the track are only prepared with snow shoes. The surface of the path varies from day to day and it is the ground that limits accessibility. The track should therefore only be used for fatbikecykling or snow show running
This is an old ski track that is now being built for the benefit of fatbike cycling, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, dog sledding and more. The trail is prepared by snowmobile and is about 8 km of easy road up to Lappkåtan. There is the possibility to go under the roof and start a bonfire (wood is available). More resting places are located along the trail, at Pers hill farms (about 3 km from Högbo). You turn at Lappkåtan and then follow the same road back. The trail is marked with signs and orange marking around trees.