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    View of Idre Fj?ll, when hiking in central Sweden, Dalarna
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    江苏休菜七位数走势图:Hiking in Sweden – an adventure from north to south

    Sweden is a hiking paradise. Find your favourite trail – from the rugged King’s Trail in the north to undulating forests and plains of the south.

    Levels of difficulty

    Sweden offers hiking trails that are suitable for hikers of all skill levels. As many of Sweden’s hiking trails are hundreds of kilometres long, they are broken up into sections, so if you find a trail too strenuous – or maybe not strenuous enough – you will easily be able to exit and hike one more suited to your skill level.?This way you can hike at least a portion of any of Sweden’s many hiking trails.?It’s important to have the right gear when hiking in Sweden: a good pair of hiking boots, as well as appropriate clothing is always needed.?

    Which trail is right for you?

    The nearly 400 hiking trails in Sweden are generally well-marked and offer hundreds of well-maintained hostels, mountain stations and huts. They’re maintained by STF (Swedish Tourist Association/Svenska Turistf?reningen) and are a great resource for hikers and others keen on exploring the wide-open spaces of Sweden. And?Sweden‘s Right of Public Access (Allemansr?tten) means you can hike anywhere you want as long as you?don't disturb those living in the area and?leave your surroundings the way you found them.

    Weather in Sweden is unpredictable, even in the summer, so make sure you bring suitable clothing, such as rain gear and sturdy, waterproof hiking boots. The weather changes quickly, particularly in the north, and hiking Sweden in the warmer months can get quite chilly, so wear thin layers that you can easily add or shed as?needed.

    Camping along the King's trail, Swedish LaplanBring a waterproof tent and a warm sleeping bag to stay www.fbgk.netfy when hiking the King's trail in Swedish Lapland. Photo: Cody Duncan / Swedish Lapland

    Lapland & the North

    If you're looking for a multi-day hike that can be undertaken by hikers of most skill levels, the King’s Trail (Kungsleden) is the classic Swedish hiking trail. Stretching nearly 400 km, from Abisko National park to Hemavan, the entire trail takes about a month. But as there are numerous entry-and-exit points, you can tailor your hike. In addition to the breathtaking mountain vistas, bubbling brooks, and foaming rivers of Swedish Lapland, you can also explore the UNESCO World Heritage site Laponia and its four national parks.?

    Kebnekaise is another of those great Swedish hiking trails, although at 2,106 m, this is Sweden’s highest mountain, so it has a certain cache for hikers looking to put a notch in their belt. While that climb might sound daunting, the 18 km round trip is manageable for most. The best time to tackle this Swedish hiking trail is during July and August, when the marked trail is generally snow-free.

    From a safety perspective this is terrain that changes daily, so to ensure safety check with the guides at STF Kebnekaise Fj?llstation (Mountain Station) before heading out. They know their area and can give you the best advice to ensure your hike is safe and pleasurable.?Check with STF (the Swedish Tourist Federation/Svenska Turistf?reningen)?for details, as Kebnekaise can be a challenging hike during most parts of the year.?

    STF maintains mountain cabins along the route, all of which are free, although you’re not able to book or reserve them. At the foot of Kebnekaise, you'll find?STF Kebnekaise Mountain Station, a full-service facility including restaurant and acwww.fbgk.netmodation.

    The weather changes fast and because Kebnekaise is above the Arctic Circle it’s not necessarily going to be warm, even in the summer. This is also mosquito country during the warmer months, so be sure to bring mosquito spray.?

    North east Sweden - The High Coast

    Sweden’s High Coast Trail (H?ga kusten) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that takes you through a landscape that is still rising – it’s going up by nearly one centimetre each year and has risen roughly 300 metres since the Ice Age. Starting in the south at Horn?berget, you’ll hike 130 km through the entire World Heritage Site, ending in ?rnsk?ldsvik. You'll pass through rich forests, up to the top of mountains, and along sandy beaches, cliffs and meadows. While the entire trail takes about a week to hike you can also choose any of the 13 marked hiking sections. There are cabins and shelters along the trail – they are free to use but cannot be booked in advance.?

    Central Sweden - Dalarna

    Further south, in the Swedish province of Dalarna, the 90 km Vasalopp Trail (Vasaloppsleden) is perfect for hikers in the warmer months. Winding its way through the Vasaloppet Arena from S?len to Mora, much of the trail follows the path of the world-famous Vasaloppet cross country ski race.?

    In Dalarna you’ll also find Siljansleden, a 340 km trail that loops around the Siljan and Orsasj?n lakes, taking you along old mountain grazing trails. This one is a bit more challenging than the Vasalopp Trail, but like most other hiking trails in Sweden there are plenty of places to jump on or off, so you can choose whether to have a day hike or a longer challenge. Overnight acwww.fbgk.netmodation is found at regular intervals.?

    West Sweden - Bohusl?n and Dalsland

    The shoreline along Sweden’s west coast is dramatically beautiful and?perfectly suited to hikers who want to hike along the sea. The Bohusl?n coast in particular offers not only incredible views to the islands of the Bohusl?n archipelago (which you could easily detour to during your hike) but also a gently rolling rural landscape. The hike along the coast takes 2-3 days and while the coastal portion is quite rocky, it should suit most skill levels.?

    The Pilgrim Path?in Dalsland?(Pilgrimsleden) takes you through stunning nature and boasts a variety of more than 100 km of trails. The southern section is well-suited for those looking for a less strenuous hike in Sweden, while to the north you’ll find bigger challenges.?

    South Sweden - Sk?ne & Sm?land

    Hiking in the south of Sweden has an entirely different feel from the north and central parts of the country. This is where you’ll find coastal trails, the deep forests of Sm?land, and the open fields that dot the lower half of the country. In the southwest the Hallandsleden trail stretches over 1,000 km of the Sk?ne region, linking with the?Sk?neleden trail?to the south and the Bohusleden?trail to the north – and will take you through the scenery of S?der?sen National Park.?

    Sm?land is also where you’ll find theme trails like the Emigrant Trail (Utvandrarleden) – where you'll pass through the villages and locations found in Sweden’s famous “The Emigrants” series of novels, written by native author Vilhelm Moberg. Sweden’s famous red wooden cottages dot the landscape and the lush forests are as legendary as you’ve heard. Sm?landsleden is a 700 km hiking trail, but like most other hiking trails in Sweden, it’s easy to take in sections, so you can do a day hike or one that takes weeks.?

    Gotland - Sweden's largest island

    The beautiful island of Gotland, in the Baltic Sea, boasts 800 kilometres of coastline that are perfect for a relatively easy ramble – although the landscape changes quite dramatically from north to south.?

    The far north of the island features a wild and barren landscape dotted with nature reserves and hidden limestone quarries, while to the east you’ll find green meadows filled with grazing sheep along with limestone cliffs. To the south it’s open and lush, filled with narrow country lanes – and you’re never far from the water.?

    A great way to test the hiking of the island is during Gotland Hiking Week, which offers guided tours that range from 12 to 24 km.

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