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  • The nature of Dalsland

    Photographer: Roger Borgelid

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One of Sweden's most well-preserved industrial heritages

The Dalsland canal is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful canals in the world and one of the most well-preserved cultural heritage in the country. The Dalsland canal stretches between the Köpmannebro in western Vänern, through the landscapes of Dalsland and Västra Värmland and into Norway. The canal has a total of 17 lock stations and 31 locks with a total navigable fairway of 250 km. The Dalsland canal was opened for sailing in 1868.

We are open for passenger boat traffic during May-September and for general sailing (approx.) June 10-August 20 each summer.

Dalslands Kanal AB is 87% owned by a foundation, 13% are private shareholders. Our main mission is to nurture the cultural heritage and develop the Dalsland canal as a catalyst for the tourism industry along the canal. We are 8 year-round employees and about 50 seasonal employees. Our head office is located in Upperud.

Address
Dalslands Kanal AB
Nils Ericsons väg 1, Upperud
SE-46472 Håverud

Contact Us
If you want to visit us or get pictures, you are welcome to contact us! You can reach us at info@dalslandskanal.se or phone +46 (0)530-44750.

Contact information for our staff can be found here!

Social Media
We are on Facebook (www.facebook.com/dalslandskanal) and Instagram (www.instagram.com/dalslandskanal).