Technical trail that starts with a serious uphill climb up Digerberget, which literally means "the big mountain" in old Swedish. Nothing for the beginner, but all the more fun for those of you who like it tough.
The Beaver Loop is just under a mile long and may sound nice, but appearances are deceiving. This is a tough trail with a lot of mess, a lot of scrambling and some tricky slopes. If you get tired of the mess, there are easier ways to get back to Digerberget. But chanses are bigger that you get hooked and give it another go.
About Nora / Pershyttan
Starting from Pershyttan's information center, Digerberget or Nyttorp in Nora, you reach thirteen different routes in a total of 220 kilometers.
You find everything from short, child-friendly trails to technical, long and demanding tracks. The trails will take you through the mining village of Pershyttan and out in the beautiful and exciting surroundings.
Here you can experience how mining and inland ice have made a mark on the landscape. The shortest trail is 2.8 km and the longest is 38 km.
The MTB area in Nora / Pershyttan in the south is linked to Ånnaboda's trail system. In the north there are connecting routes with the MTB areas in Hjulsjö and Lindesberg.
At Digerberget you find two large pump tracks and several obstacles built for skills-training.
Nora camping in town for motorhome and caravan. At Pershyttan's information center, you can park your camper or caravan overnight. There is a toilet but no shower. At Digerberget there is the possibility to park but there is no shower.