Each STF accommodation specifies on their page whether pets are allowed or not. Just make sure to ask about their availability. Dogs can stay with us at no extra cost in the mountains, but we may charge a fee in the rest of the country. Book now and get ready for an adventure with your best friend.
1 March – 20 August
During this period, dogs are not allowed to roam freely. There are often leash requirements in place to protect nesting birds, mammals with their young ones, or reindeers on pasture. In national parks and nature reserves, dog management is often particularly restrictive.Read more
Mountain hiking with dogs
You can always go camping in the mountains, but it is more comfortable to stay at an STF Mountain station. Sleep sweetly in a private, or shared, dog-friendly room. Just make sure during booking to notify the mountain station that you are bringing your dog. For a true sense of escape, the other alternative is to spend the night at an STF Mountain cabin. There are always pet-friendly rooms, but these cannot be booked in advance. We try our best to make sure that your dog can stay in the cabins. However, the rooms are popular and subject to availability.
So what is most important when hiking with dogs in Sweden? Read up a bit in advance, be flexible and show consideration. We also recommend that you learn more about the right of public access. Adjust the hiking distance according to your dog’s age, breed and overall health. Remember to bring bowls for water and food, as well as a hands-free dog leash (often consisting of a a waist belt and the leash itself). That way you can focus entirely on enjoying nature.