Best dogs leash trails in Sweden

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Explore the most popular dogs on leash trails in Sweden with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
Map of dogs leash trails in Sweden
Top trails (82)
#1 - Stora och Lilla Delsjön
Delsjöområdets Nature Reserve
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Length: 6.0 mi • Est. 2 h 59 m
This trail is known as a classic in the area and is considered an easier loop. The track is primarily on gravel roads, with smaller trails around Stora Delsjön than around Lilla Delsjön. This route is even more enjoyable if you stop at Lyckans Kafe along the path for some waffles!Show more
#2 - Stenshuvud Three Head and Kortelshuvud South and North Head
Stenshuvud National Park
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Length: 5.8 mi • Est. 2 h 47 m
This loop encompasses the all three heads in the Stenshuvud National Park. The trail can start either at the south entrance to the park or alternately, a large parking lot is found at the main visitor's center and the trail could be started there. This version starts with Kortelshuvud, offering the first of three excellent views of the Baltic. The trail makes its way through Beech Forests down to the visitor's center and along the east side of north and south heads and reaches the north entrance of the park in Kivik. Kiviks Musteri is located 100 meters north of this entrance. From there, the trail takes you over the north and south heads and back to the visitor's center. The trail then takes you down to the Baltic shore, along the sandy beach and finally back through the forest to the South entrance and parking. Show more
#3 - Akulla Bokskogar - Nasestigen (Short)
Åkulla Beech Forests
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Length: 2.3 mi • Est. 1 h 8 m
Nasestigen is one of many trails in Akulla Bokskogar. Along the trail you'll find many informational signs about, among other things, how people used to live in the area around the 1800s.Show more
#4 - Stenshuvud Loop
Stenshuvud National Park
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Length: 2.9 mi • Est. 1 h 23 m
#5 - Fulunäs
Sälen, Dalarna, Sweden
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Length: 2.5 mi • Est. 1 h 10 m
Remnants from WW2 can also be found in idyllic areas of Sweden, during WW2 this area was militarized due to the possible invasion of Nazi Germany from Norway. Today there are possibly 100 remnant of bunkers, dugouts and trenches above and around Fulunäs, a semi circle or anti tank rocks can clearly be seen. This 1 hour trail takes you past some of these remains. The trail starts from the Solider statue at the road junction of 311 and W1054 to Trysil, go north about 800 meters along the road and turn right up the gravel road, after another 200 meters turn right again, this tack passes the anti tank barrage and a number of bunkers, keep your eyes open mother nature has camouflaged them well past the past 80 years, the trail becomes narrower and less well, eventually reaching the anti tank barrage, Either return the same way or follow the stream 1oo meters down to the road, and down to the river. Show more
#6 - Trehörningen Trail
Tiveden National Park
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Length: 6.0 mi • Est. 2 h 47 m
#7 - Hyssnaleden Loop
Viskafors, Västra Götaland, Sweden
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Length: 22.7 mi • Est. 11 h 29 m
Magnificent views, glittering lakes, lush forests and many interesting historical sites. The lovely Hyssna Trail is about half an hour’s drive from both Borås and Gothenburg. This walking trail, around 40 km long, passes through several beautiful nature reserves, for example the beautiful beech woods at Stomsås and Liagärde. As well as the stunning scenery and the many lovely viewpoints there’s much more to experience on the walk, such as the Giant’s Kettle pothole, a 12th century church, and an exciting cave.Show more
#8 - Snogeholmsleden - Navröd
Sjöbo, Skåne, Sweden
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Length: 11.9 mi • Est. 5 h 28 m
#9 - Björkasjöstigen
Åkulla Beech Forests
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Length: 3.6 mi • Est. 1 h 51 m
#10 - Åkersberg and Spikön
Älvrummet Nature Reserve
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Length: 6.1 mi • Est. 3 h 13 m
Älvrummet Nature Reserve, the valley framing the river Göta älv and the waterfalls in Trollhättan. Here, geological formations jostle with valuable habitats and fascinating history. Impressive views are offered from the outlook on Kopparklinten, where knotty pines and oaks stretch over the surrounding precipices. Old buildings are found at Forngården. The lock area and hydroelectric power stations Olidan and Hojum are located just outside the reserve. In Älvrummet, the valley framing the river Göta älv and the waterfalls in Trollhättan, spectacular geological for-mations jostle with valuable natural habitats and a fascinating history. Älvrummet is a rift valley with a big difference in altitude between the valley bottom and the highest point, "Kopparklinten". Despite rapid development, with industrialisation bringing dramatic changes to the countryside, areas of magnificent landscape have been preserved. Today, Älvrummet is a blue-green oasis for plants, animals and the people of Trollhättan.The nature reserve is divided into two parts, one on either side of the river Göta älv in the central area of Trollhättan. The eastern part of the reserve consists of the area around the path Kärlekens stig. The western part comprises the western precipice and surrounding forest from Forngården and south to Talbo. The highest point is Kopparklinten, around 77 metres above sea level.Show more
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