Both Leif Johansson and Tomas Renström, who run this company, have many years’ experience of the forest, hunting and nature tourism. They are generally considered two of Sweden’s top quality hunting operators.

Together they manage two exclusive hunting areas, Buberget and Blaiken in southern Lapland, which are in large part nature reserves. Buberget’s nature reserve contains old pine and spruce woods in a mosaic of swampy land enclosed between hills, and is widely known for its fine strain of capercaillie. What is unique about the area is that it contains the country’s northernmost incidence of wolf-lichen, which was used historically to hunt wolves and also foxes. The Blaiken area is characterized by a vast expanse of low-lying hills, which are surrounded by first growth forests interspersed with large areas of swamp. Around Blaiken there are several good fishing locations with salmon trout, char, grayling and pike. This company even has its own little lake for fly-fishing salmon trout and char.

Guests enjoy a unique opportunity to hunt in a large cohesive hunting area of first growth forest, while gaining insight into how hunting can be a means for sustainable management of nature.

The labelling comittes statement

Labelling Committee´s motivation (29 January 2003)

Well-qualified and highly professional hunt organizer. Offers exclusive elk and wood fowl hunting with a distinct quality profile and clear safety rules in Västerbotten nature reserve. The company protects the area’s valuable nature while contributing to the local economy and the lives of its inhabitants. Culling, conservation of game and protection of nature are carried out in close collaboration with landowners and county administrators.

Information about the organizer

Name: Naturupplevelser i Lappland
Address: Sjömovägen 17
Postal code: 831 92
Phone: +46-(0)703 75 60 83
E-mail: [email protected]

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