Värmland is located in the western part of Svealand and borders in the south to Västergötland / Dalsland, in the west to Eastern Norway (Norway) and in the east to Dalarna, Västmanland and Närke. Värmland is a very beautiful landscape that offers a very varied biotope. There are many deep forests, lakes and rivers, but first and foremost, nature is very varied. Here you can find everything from archipelagos, vast forests, infinitely many lakes, mountain peaks, marshes and meadows. The great variation is due to changes in bedrock and soil, climate, humidity and light conditions prepared with human activity. Nature also offers a great variety of art. Värmland is usually called the land of the Elk and the Waters. The most famous waters are Lake Vänern and Klarälven, while other popular fishing waters include Fryken and Visten. In the giant Klarälvs system there is one of Sweden's most large and unique salmon stirring tribes.