STF Rogen Mountain cabin

A great place for paddling and fishing

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About the accommodation

The mountain cabin is located on a promontory in Lake Rogen. The area around the lake is a mosaic of meandering small lakes, promontories and capes, and offers wonderful opportunities for canoeing and fishing. After a day in the aquatic world of Rogen, relax in our sauna.
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By the mountain cabin there is a larger guest cabin with a total of 18 beds, a cottage manager cabin with a safety room and a nice sauna by the lake.
 
Main building
The cabin consists of a vestibule, a store (large assortment), a kitchen and two guest rooms. The guest rooms have gas stoves, wood-fired iron stove, one of which has an oven, as well as two sleeping alcoves with four beds each, bunk bed types.
 
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Excellent tent sites in sparse birch forest are located about 100 m from the main building.
 
At the mountain cabin the mobile coverage is limited.
 
Rogen is most likely an old settlement. Graves from the Bronze Age have been discovered near the cabin and stone slab paintings thousands of years old are in the area. The county’s longest system of trapping pits, which are over ten kilometres long, are also in the area.
 
Explore STF Rogen
– In the summer, follow the trail to Tandsjövålen, 993 m above sea level, with nice views. In winter, over the ice to Storrödtjärn 13 km or Skedbro 12 km.
– Rent a canoe in Rogen and paddle to Skedbrostugan and leave the canoe there. Fish for char, trout, pike or perch in nearby lakes – summers as well as winters. The forests in the area are also good for finding mushrooms.
– In addition to exploring the lake areas, a magical activity is to hike in an ancient wolf lichen-rich pine forest by the cabin. Wolf lichen is intensely green wherever it clings to old pines and gives a truly special character to the landscape.
 
This is how it works in a mountain cabin
Our mountain cabins offer a simple and authentic stay in multi-bedded rooms with self catering. The rooms are different sizes with bunk beds and usually heated by gas stoves. On site you will be greeted by a cabin manager. As a guest you chop wood, fetch water from the stream or lake, wash up and clean up after youself.
 
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Our service

  • Guest kitchen

    Fully equipped kitchen for self-catering. The kitchen is shared with other guests.

  • Shop

    Food and equipment for outdoor activities are sold in the shop. The range of goods differs from facility to facility.

  • Pets allowed

    Some rooms are available in which pets may accompany guests.

  • Sauna

    A sauna is available.

  • Canoe rentals

    Canoes are available for hire.

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Travel options
STF Rogen is located in Rogen Nature Reserve, which makes up the southwestern corner of Härjedalen. It is easiest to get here via Käringsjövallen, located about 10 km from the cabin. Käringsjövallen is located about 20 km from Tännäs and is reachable by car. In summer, you can also take the road 8 km to Käringsjön and hike approx. 5 km to Rogenstugan.

You can also get to the cabin from STF Storrödtjärn or STF Skedbro, both located 1 day of hiking or skiing from STF Rogen.

Käringsjövallen, Tänndalen or Grövelsjön, and in summer Käringsjön, are good points of departure for walking in the area.

Mountain map:
Calazo Fjällkarta Grövelsjön & Rogen

GPS-coordinates

N62.316879°, E12.450456°

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STF Rogen Mountain cabin

Opening hours

2023:
3 March – 16 April
22 June – 17 September

Number of beds

11-25

Sustainability

  • Sustainability pledge

    Sustainability pledge

    The accommodation has taken the STF Sustainability pledge on working sustainably in their daily operations and involve you as a guest.

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