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The 72 Hour Cabin
Get close to nature at the 72 Hour Cabins in Dalsland. The cabins are made of glass, allowing you fall asleep watching the stars and wake up to the sunrise, while being comfortable in bed. In fact, staying in Swedish nature has been proved to decrease blood pressure, stress levels and heart rate - and boost your creativity.
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The 72 Hour Cabin

Fall asleep under the stars and wake up to the sunrise in the comfort of a glass cabin in the stunning nature of Dalsland. A 72 hour stay in a glass cabin is a unique way to experience the Swedish ‘close-to-nature’ lifestyle.

The 72 Hour Cabin started as a case study where five people with some of the world’s most stressful jobs where invited to spend 72 hours in Swedish nature, in order to investigate what effect it would have on their stress levels. They spent their days hiking, kayaking and fishing on Henriksholm island in West Sweden. After 3 days they all showed a significant decrease in stress levels and an increase in well-being and creativity. Since then, more glass cabins have been added in different places of Dalsland and you can now book your own forest retreat. All cabin stays include breakfast, lunch and dinner – and most importantly a marvelous scenery. You can also try rowing in the nearby lakes, hiking in the forest or go horseback riding depending on where you stay. This experience is all about finding greatness in the little moments and deeply reconnecting with nature.  

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The 72 Hour Cabin

The 72 Hour Cabin in West Sweden.

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The 72 Hour Cabin

Photo: Maja Flink

The 72 Hour Cabin, West Sweden

Photo: Jonas Ingman/Westsweden.com

View from inside a glass cabin at Henriksholm, West Sweden

Photo: Anna Lena Lundqvist/Westsweden.com

The 72 Hour Cabin, West Sweden

Photo: Jonas Ingman/Westsweden.com

The 72 Hour Cabin, West Sweden

Photo: Jonas Ingman/Westsweden.com