Here at Isaberg there are loads of opportunities to enjoy nature. Hiking is a perfect way to get close nature. Pack your backpack and take a full-day's outing. And do not forget the camera to capture the golden moments. Perhaps also a basket if it is berry-or mushroom-picking season.
On and around the peak of Isaberg , there are many hiking trails, short and long, easy and hard. A map with the varioius paths is available in the reception. Map in pdf here
Bjärsvedsleden- Hiking in hilly terrain, with steep drops and fantastic views. 12,5 km.
Etttöspåret- Hiking in easy terrain, through different environments such as Ettö Nature Reserve, lakes and forest. 5 km.
Hestraspåret - Hiking in hilly terrain. The tour passes through a mix of forest, the village of Hestra and continues back towards Isaberg. 5,5 km.
Jättestigen - An adventurous and difficult hike. A tour for the well conditioned, where some climbing is necessary. 4,5 km.
Klarabospåret - A moderately difficult trail with varying heights. A short, but intensive trail with beautiful views. 2,5 km.
Motionsrundan - Hiking through forest on easy terrain. It's close proximity to the cottages makes this a perfect morning hike. 1,5 km.
Sjöstigen - Hike along the lake on easy terrain. Out on the peninsula you will find a swimming and barbeque area. Along the trail are piers if you would like to take a break and fish. 2,4 km.
Järnbärarleden - A moderately difficult hiking trail through various natural terrain. The Ettö Nature Reserve is located just passed Isaberg. 20 km.
Gislavedsleden is nearly 100 km long and stretches from Kinnared in the south to Isaberg north. The trail passes through two nature reserves, Fegen and Isaberg, and goes through both deciduous forest and coniferous forests, along lakes and through small villages with fields and meadows.
Read more here and see maps