Jyltingsmarka has an abundance of lakes that are connected by small streams or short portages of up to 200 meters. The tranquil forest area has been described as a "mini Femundsmarka", the National Park that it’s located in. The entire area is considered one of the most pristine wilderness areas in Southern Scandinavia.
There are lots of opportunities to discover new crooks and crannies of the lakes, camp in wild untouched nature, spot reindeer, and spend a relaxing few hours fishing. There are also 3 mountains to climb
Paddling in this area is perfect for a 1 to 4-day trip or an additional day or two depending on your paddling speed and time restraints. This trip is even suitable for younger children, as it’s rarely windy, and the water temperature is higher than larger lakes in the area.
Most canoers are able to paddle at 3 km per hour, however, this depends on the weather, how much gear is in your canoe, and your overall skill. Seldom do canoers paddle many hours in a row. On average families are able to cover 10 to 15 km a day, and young active adults can cover at least 15 km. Thus the following adventures are merely a guide to the many possibilities available in the area.