Explore nature in the area with beginner kayaks, SUP boards or Canadians. You can borrow them for free when you stay at Myssjö farm.
Take a beach break somewhere along the way and see the islands in Lake Yngern.
There is a rich animal and natural life in the area around Myssjö. Here you can spy on one of the beaver nests nearby. If you're lucky, you can see them swimming in the water. Or our birds such as sea eagles, ospreys and great loons that live nearby. You can borrow our boards, kayaks and Canadians for free in connection with an overnight stay with us. You cannot book them, but can borrow them when you arrive on the island.
To the east of Yngern is Turingeåsen, a cobblestone ditch with sand and gravel that filters and cleans rain and stormwater and supplies Yngern with clean water. In the ridge there are ridge pit lakes that were formed when large blocks of ice melted away 10,000 years ago.
Along the shores there are here and there trees that have fallen into the water, some due to storms and beavers. The trees become an important protection for shoals of fish and a habitat for algae and insects.