Explore the most popular hiking 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.

I only did about ten miles. Very nice path. Many backpackers from all over Europe.

Nice track with changing terrain making it continually interesting. If your taking public transport, make sure to research in advance.

There is a nice stretch along Skräbeån, but the rest is pretty dull. First part disturbed by heavy traffic, last part disturbed (very much) by the paper factory (smell, sight and sound).

Wonderful wilderness trail easily accessible from Stockholm by metro and bus. Beautiful mountain lakes and old growth forest. Trail is easy to find by following the orange markers. The Tyresta National Park cafe at the end was a special treat. My lunch was spectacular: fresh mixed salad with chicken, beets, apple and chicken, pastry, and organic loose leaf tea. Easy bus trip back to Stockholm.

Pretty incredible to run what feels like a wilderness trail accessible from the Stockholm Metro. Terrain has multiple lakes, slabs of granite, shaded wide and narrow (rooted) sections. Pay attention to the orange painted trail markers on trees as It is easy to veer off course onto multiple other intersecting trails (blue and green markers).

hiking
4 months ago

Great roundtrip. Beautiful nature. Difficult when wet, but very rewarding!

4 months ago

Not so god

Början var rätt tråkig innan man kom ut i skogen och på landet. Vi tyckte kartan var dålig och gick därför fel två gånger. Men annars en härlig dagstur med varierande landskap.

on Bunketorp Trail

hiking
6 months ago

Part of the long Bohus Trail (Bohusleden) this is a quiet walking area close to Gothenburg. Heavily forested with several ponds and waterfalls. Numerous side trails for the curious. During the summer there will be a lot of people having picnics. A favorite far a morning run, or cross country skiing in the winter. During winter "main" sections of the trail have lighting.

Pretty walk but the paper factory is a big negative. Whould be 5stars otherwise

hiking
8 months ago

A nice hike in the western part of Dalumsleden.

trail running
8 months ago

A fantastic trail with alternate paths and roads. Quite hilly but so much fun!

hiking
8 months ago

The northern part around Dalstorp is in excellent shape and is around 7 km.

If you go in other directions it's easy to shorten the walk if you'd like by taking one of the many bridges to the opposite shore and then walk back.

trail running
8 months ago

A great trail for running, quite hilly terrain and different types of paths. Great fun, but also quite though!

hiking
8 months ago

A great trail to hike, especially in the area around "Baktrågens nature reserve" in the outskirts of Blidsberg. Use the bus to get to your starting point and hike for as long as you want, then take the bus back.

hiking
8 months ago

A nice walk close to the city centre of Borås.

Nice except for when the trail passes by a chicken “farm” at one point. It stinks!

walking
8 months ago

Easily accesible trail suitable for everyone. Great for wheelchairs, prams and other. Don't miss having a "fika" at Vänga kvarn nearby

trail running
8 months ago

Great fun, great trail. You can also extend it with the yellow marked trail which gives you another 4 km of track (see map at the start of the trail).

trail running
8 months ago

Great trail for running with a lot of different trails, paths, and gravel roads which gives you variety. There is also shorter trails if you want to take it easier.

trail running
8 months ago

Trail running on the west side of lake Åsunden. Great views, many uphills and great nature.

hiking
8 months ago

A hiking trail that passes through old hay-making and grazing meadows, over an extensive raised bog and through ancient forests. You will cross Kohesterberget and pass close to a 3,000 year-old barrow. On the west side of the hill, there is a camping lean-to/rest hut with a view over Lake Jogen. The animal life here is rich and elk and deer are common visitors. There are also a couple of fox dens and badger sets right next to the trail. You can take a diversion to a wolf pit before you reach Lake Jogen. Swimming in the lake is permitted. Several signs along the trail provide interesting information about the area’s nature and culture. The trail is marked with yellow markings. Boardwalks have been erected over the wettest parts, although the trail can become wet in some areas when it rains. If you want to keep your feet dry, we recommend wellies or walking boots.

trail running
9 months ago

A beautiful trail which leads you around the small village of Hyssna. The southern part is the most beautiful but also hardest part with many smaller up- and downhills.
Perfect for a longer trail run or hike. Can be shortened by taking one of the gravel roads which connects the trail from north to south.

trail running
9 months ago

A fantastic run around the lake, well-marked trail and beautiful nature.

Beautiful area and views around the quarry:)

hiking
Sunday, May 14, 2017

Nice trail.. a little hard on the north part of the path

Lätt. 2,5h.

Lot's of wildlife (saw both roe deer and deer), beautiful woods. Walked it alone, took about 2,5 hours (was expecting 3-4 as advertised). I do recommend it, just remember to make some plans for the rest of the day :)

Saturday, October 20, 2012

lovely autumn colours in the woods right now!

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