The Nature Pass 2020

Borås
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Finally, this year's nature pass is underway. The nature pass consists of 33 checkpoints in the forests south of Bredared - Hult south /Hopamossen. You will visit scenic and culturally interesting places and each site has a description.

This year, nature passes are not sold on hikes, so the number of points of sale is expanding:

· Holmryds dairy

· Horseback riding horses, Sven Sundström

· The pharmacy in Fristad

· Clock Farm

· Linda Reutgard in Mjöshult - 0739-134652

· Linda Appelkvist at Lilla Rydet - 0730-729521

The nature pass costs 100 SEK.

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Contact information

Borås TME/Borås Besöksservice

50330 BORÅS
Phone: +46-000000

Price information

|Translated by Google translation|

100 SEK.

Facts

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This is the Nature Pass

The nature pass consists of a package with a map of orientation checks. These controls are usually found in nature throughout the summer. The controls can be visited at any time and you can choose to walk, run and sometimes cycle to the controls.

There are over 400 areas around Sweden. The areas and controls are carefully selected to give you a nice natural experience and a decent challenge. In addition to fun brain activity, you get fresh air and exercise, which contributes to better health and increased well-being.

You do not need any prior knowledge, all it takes is a little time, curiosity and will.

History and statistics

The predecessors to the Nature Pass were named Ströva without stress and later Trim orientation. During the 1990s, an estimated 15,000 trim orientation maps were sold per year in Sweden.

In 1998, the Swedish Orienteering Association entered and took overa total responsibility for the business. Trim orientation changed its name to Naturpasset with a new profile, Annichen Kringstad as ambassador and Apoteket as the main sponsor. Sales quickly rose to around 40,000 packages per year and have since been between 40,000 and 50,000 packages sold annually.