Glaskogen is Värmland's largest nature reserve comprising 28,000 ha, mostly forest land of a wilderness nature. In this unique nature reserve you can experience fantastic nature, beautiful waterways and a large variety of wildlife and vegetation.
One fifth of its area consists of water and within the reserve the altitudes vary between 110 and 300 m.ö.h.
In the nature reserve there are 300 km of hiking trails to choose from.
Glaskogen's fishing license is valid in about 80 lakes and ponds in and around Glaskogen's Nature Reserve. The catch of fish varies from pike, perch, pikeperch to salmon, trout, char and whitefish.
In the southern part of Glaskogen by Lake Lilla Rämmingen, there is a ready-made accessibility-adapted fishing pier. Adjacent to the fishing pier there is a rest area with windbreak, barbecue area and dry toilet.
See map for further information on which waters are included in Glaskogens Fiskekort.
Organization number: 872000-6512
To protect Glaskogen's significant natural and beauty values, the County Administrative Board of Värmland set aside Glaskogen as a nature reserve on 28 October 1970. The decision emphasized the area's wilderness character and scenic environments with numerous lakes and streams.
The Glaskogens Nature Reserve Foundation was founded in 1972 by the municipalities included in the area, Arvika, Eda, Säffle and Årjäng. The purpose of the foundation is to work for the development of outdoor life. Since 1986, the foundation has been responsible for the operation and maintenance of all facilities within the reserve.
An advisory body is attached to the foundation's board, with representatives from Stora Enso AB, the reserve manager, individual landowners, the nature conservation association, hunting and fisheries conservation organizations.
Glaskogens Fiskekort is the result of a collaboration between the Glaskogen Foundation, Stora Enso AB and the fisheries conservation area associations in Hillringsbergs FVOF, Järnsjöns FVOF , Stora Börs FVOF , Stora Gla FVOF , Sölje FVOF and Övre Gla FVOF .
In recent years, the fisheries conservation area associations have worked hard to strengthen fish stocks. Partly through the restoration of streams and rivers that were previously used for floating, and partly through the release of rice vases.Customer number: 3064, Area: 3069.
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