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Top nature experiences in West Sweden
Explore the wonderful West Sweden nature on bike, hiking, in a kayak or fall asleep under the stars and wake up to the sunrise in the comfort of a glass cabin in the stunning nature of Dalsland.
Last updated 19 November 2020
The Pilgrim Path in Dalsland, West Sweden
Hiking in the forests and past the lakes along the Pilgrim Path in West Sweden.
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The Pilgrim Path
Have you ever dreamt of hiking in tranquil wilderness, deep forests, past calm lakes and medieval churches? Hike the Pilgrim Path (Pilgrimsleden) to experience it all.The Pilgrim Path
The turquoise canal in Lysekil, West Sweden
The area spanning from the archipelago of Gothenburg in the South, to the Koster islands in the North, is a paddler’s paradise with a marine national park, nature reserves, deserted isles, fishermen’s huts and clear blue waters. The Bohuslän coast and its islands is one of the top ten last great wilderness areas in the world, according to CNN.
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Kayaking in Bohuslän
Did you know that CNN has profiled the archipelago of Bohuslän as one of the top 10 great wilderness areas in the world? With clear blue waters, a marine national park, deserted isles and colourful fishing huts it isn’t hard to imagine why. Rent a kayak and explore the area on your own.Kayaking in Bohuslän
Göta Kanal in Västergötland
Biking along the Göta Kanal which is located between Vänern and Vättern.
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Biking along Göta Canal
Biking along the ‘blue ribbon’ of Sweden, Göta Canal, is a great adventure for the whole family. The car-free gravel road, which was once trafficked by horses pulling sailboats along the canal, is now a tranquil biking path with views of the water.Biking along Göta Canal
Two dancing cranes among other cranes at Hornborgarsjön
Two dancing cranes among other cranes at Hornborgarsjön, West Sweden.
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The crane dance at Hornborgasjön – a sign of spring
Ever seen 30 000 birds dancing together? Visit lake Hornborgasjön in April to witness a unique natural phenomenon by one of Sweden’s most important bird lakes.The crane dance at Hornborgasjön – a sign of spring
The 72 Hour Cabin
The 72 Hour Cabin in West Sweden.
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The 72 Hour Cabin
Fall asleep under the stars and wake up to the sunrise in the comfort of a glass cabin in the stunning nature of Dalsland. A 72 hour stay in a glass cabin is a unique way to experience the Swedish ‘close-to-nature’ lifestyle.The 72 Hour Cabin
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