Best wildlife trails in Sweden

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Explore the most popular wildlife 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 wildlife trails in Sweden
Top trails (599)
#1 - The King’s Trail
Abisko National Park
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Length: 65.4 mi • Est. Multi-day
This route is a portion of the Kings Trail which runs for 270 miles between Abisko and Hemavan. The trail includes plank walkways covering swampy or rocky ground, but other sections further from the trailheads are eroded and rocky, increasing the difficulty of hiking some parts of the trail. The trail is separated in four portions--each representing approximately one week of hiking.Show more
#2 - 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
#3 - Görälven
Sälen, Dalarna, Sweden
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Length: 22.4 mi • Est. 10 h 54 m
Görälven är ett populärt fiskedestination, men besöks också för mountainbike, vandring och camping. Älven börjar i Drevfjället i Dalarna-regionen och rinner söderut till Norge.Show more
#4 - 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
#5 - Änggården Botanical Garden
Änggårdsbbergen
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Length: 3.6 mi • Est. 1 h 49 m
#6 - Skåneleden Trail: Arild-Mölle
Kullaberg Nature Reserve
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Length: 13.8 mi • Est. 7 h 1 m
#7 - Blueberry Trail
Lindome, Halland, Sweden
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Length: 5.5 mi • Est. 2 h 47 m
#8 - Sörmlandsleden Trail: Section 3
Tyresta National Park
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Length: 8.0 mi • Est. 3 h 58 m
Ancient forest national park with lovely lakes. The Sörmlandsleden trail is one of the longest walking trails in Scandinavia. The main trail is 627 kilometres long. In addition, there are access routes from large population centers, bonus routes and circular routes. The path takes hikers through wilderness, areas of cultural tradition and historical monuments. Show more
#9 - Fjällräven Classic
Kiruna, Norrbotten, Sweden
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Length: 69.9 mi • Est. Multi-day
Fjällräven Classis is an annual trek in Sweden. The trail winds through 2 valleys of which the longest section is part of the famous Kingstrail / Kungsleden of northern Sweden. The event is walked every year in August and includes 2000 participants spread over 3 start days (8 start groups). The whole trail is public so can be hiked outside of the event as well. 2/3 of the trail (the north-south section) is part of the much larger 'Kingstrail' of Lapland Sweden (Kungsleden in Swedish and Alltrails has a separate trail for that one) and the whole are is supported by mountain cabins (called SFT stations) roughly every 15-20km or so. The hike itself is absolutely stunning, nature is wild and free here and the hills and low mountains provide for beautiful scenery. It is rough terrain and the trail is well marked, but often has a lot of rocks jutting out of the dirt/mud, so walking sticks are highly recommended. Swampy areas are traversed on wooden walkways and larger streams and rivers are crossed on metal bridges. Show more
#10 - 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
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