Best kid friendly trails in Sweden

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Explore the most popular kid friendly 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 kid friendly trails in Sweden
Top trails (104)
#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 - Highlights of Stockholm
Oscar, Stockholm, Sweden
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Length: 1.8 mi • Est. 47 m
Stockholm is a very tourist-friendly city. Almost everyone speaks English, which helps if you get lost. This tour was designed to visit some of Stockholm's most important landmarks. You do not need to take public transport because all stops are relatively close. On this tour you visit: City Hall, Riddarholmen Church, Stockholm's Royal Palace, Storkyrkan, Stortorget, Den Gyldene Freden and Västerlånggatan.Show more
#3 - Njupeskär and Runt Fallet
Fulufjället National Park
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Length: 3.8 mi • Est. 2 h 7 m
Very beautiful walk to the the highest waterfall in Sweden, followed by a loop up and above the falls for beautiful views, coming back through a lovely wooded area that provides shade.Show more
#4 - Klåveröd Trail
Klåveröd Recreation Area
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Length: 7.7 mi • Est. 3 h 35 m
At Klåveröd you can find impressive cliffs and stones, a cave that is tricky to get to and a unique wetland. Klåveröd Youth Hostel and Café are situated in the centre of the site and the nearest neighbour is Söderåsen National Park. You can go fishing, walking, climbing, horse riding or mountain biking here. The long distance Skåneleden Trail passes through the site. The walk presented here travels mainly along small woodland paths and is a good choice for those visiting the site for the first time. From the youth hostel to Lake Svartesjö, you follow the orange markers associated with the Skåneleden Trail. Show more
#5 - Sisjön & Oxsjön Loop trail
Sandsjöbacka Nature Reserve
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Length: 5.5 mi • Est. 2 h 48 m
A popular trail in the forest around two lakes in the Sandsjöbacka Nature Reserve. There is a small sand beach in the beginning of the trail with a jetty that is popular for bathing in the summer. There are also several shelters and picnic areas along the trail and there are usually families with kids here in the late spring, summer and early autumn. Show more
#6 - Lida Green Loop
Grödinge, Stockholm, Sweden
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Length: 5.0 mi • Est. 2 h 1 m
#7 - Djurgården
Västerhaninge, Stockholm, Sweden
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Length: 5.5 mi • Est. 2 h 29 m
A large part of the walk runs along a promenade on the water. There is a beautiful view with an archipelago in the distance. Along the way you will see old trees, large lawns (the former hunting fields) and historic buildings.Show more
#8 - Bohus Malmon Coastal Trail
Väjern, Västra Götaland, Sweden
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Length: 6.5 mi • Est. 2 h 55 m
Fantastic and beautiful Bohus - Malmon has something to offer everyone.The nature is amazing with the beautiful and windswept west side facing the open sea, and the eastern part's exotic coves. There is a lot of cultural history on the island. Sweden's first granite stone working began here in 1844, which since then has set its clear traces on the island. If you want to discover ancient remains, sit down next to water lily ponds, visit the cholera cemetery or the forge, swim or go fishing, or simply visit one of the numerous rock crevices to just be alone for a while, all this and much more is on the island. When the clouds are growing over the mainland, the sun shines on Malmon. The trail has got blue/white markings on poles, trees, plates and mounds of stones.Show more
#9 - 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
#10 - Finnskogsleden
Bollnäs, Gävleborg, Sweden
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Length: 18.6 mi • Est. 9 h 5 m
Finnskogsleden can be split into several smaller sections. The starting point for the whole trail is Annefors, about 25 km southwest of Bollnäs.   Along the trail there is a strong connection to Finnskogen with old Finnish settlements, shacks and memories of ancient forestry. Here is the opportunity for recreation and leisure activities. For those who want to stay overnight, there is a Fire hut in lumberjack environment with room for 12-14 people. In addition, there are four huts and nine shelters with fireplaces where you can stay overnight or eat your picnic. Finnskogsleden passing several fine fishing with bass, pike, trout and char, and along the way there are information boards with facts about the sights you pass.Show more
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