Welcome to our beautiful
Ragunda Valley in Jämtland Sweden.

Here at Wilderness Adventures Sweden you will experience adventures but also peace and quietness. In an attractive setting and with a touch of the Wild West. We have build over 2 summers the “Shovelhead Ranch” which is a part of “MylerbitSweden”. This is also the home of the quarter horses: Bette, Cody and Mr. Utah. You can follow seminars about horses and Monique is specialist in the USA brand “Mylerbits” and bit fitting. 
We offer various accomodation options, but also ready to go packages, adventure activities and it goes all year round. 

Wilderness Adventures Sweden is located on top of a hill and surrounded by the beautiful forests of the Ragunda Valley. There is 100% pure and fresh air, you drink from our own spring water and you gaze at the most clearest sky with miljons of sparkling stars. For many on the bucket list and here a chance to see the magical “Northern Light”.
Here you experience intens summers with 24 hours of daylight, a beautifull after summer, an even more beautiful & colourful autumn and real winters with powdersnow that changes everything into winter wonderland. 

The Ragunda Valley is central located between the town of Sundsvall on the Botnic Gulf east of and our capital city Östersund in western Jämtland. About 500 km above Stockholm and 600 km below the Polar Cirkel and 2.5 hours from the amazing Wilderness Route through north-west Jämtland and southern Lapland.

We are located on the south side of one of the longest and most special rivers in Sweden; the Indalsälven. This river with a huge decline in height, has created a so-called canyon type landscape. Be surprised by our nature with unique views, rugged rocks and endless pine forests.

A small creek meanders through our own terrain where moose visits the mineral stones on our property. With a short hike to the higher water springs, the wilderness unfolds.

With adventurous greetings and enjoy this website,
Monique Vermeer, your hostess, guide & organizer.

Spotting moose during a a guided moose safari tour Monique with her love Anders and aussie Jack Monique with Bette and Cody in the winter of 2019