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On two wheels through Dalsland

Cycling is fun and Dalsland is made for adventures on two wheels. Our rural countryside with its winding gravel roads will take you through forests, across plains and alongside lakes. These roads are connected to villages, churches, farmyards, secondhand shops, museums, cafés, art studios...

Create your own individual bike route or make your life a little bit easier and use our official cycling routes; Dalslandsleden, Sverigeleden, Vänerleden or Unionsleden. Many of our accomodations have pre arranged cycling packeges where you get a map of all the best routes and a nice lunch to go. 

Combine active cycling days with nice accommodations and great food.

Our accommodations gives you everything you need for a nice cycling holiday. Good food, a comfortable bed and lovely roads. At many of our hotels and B&B you can lock your bike in at night, rinse it off and they can also help you with easy repairs.


Rent a bike

If you rent a bike in Dalsland, Silverlake has the larges selection. They rent bikes for both leisure and MTB even for larger groups. But there are bicycle rentals in several places in Dalsland.


350 km
Moss - Dalsland - Karlstad

Unionsleden runs from Moss in Norway to Karlstad in Värmland. The Swedish section is also Sweden’s fourth national cycle trail. You will be struck by the beautifully changing landscape. 


640 km
Around Lake Vänern

Vänerleden is a cycle route around Sweden’s largest lake, which are sub-divided into day stages. Experience Lake Vänern’s finest bathing beaches, world-class culture and exciting natural phenomena.

Cycling with a guide

Professional contractors and unique local knowledge of the roads and excellent stops. With Dalsland Experience, you will create memories for a lifetime.

Trolly in Dalsland

Preparing for a cycling holiday

Check your bike before you leave

Check the air in the tyres and that they are not worn. Make sure the chain is well oiled and that the brakes are working properly.


The right clothes and a good helmet

The weather can change quickly in Sweden and go from sun to rain to wind depending on where you are and what time of year you visit. It’s always good to have an extra wind or rain jacket and if you are cycling longer distances or over several days then a pair of cycling shorts and cycling shoes can be a good investment to make things that bit more comfortable. A good helmet is essential, of course!


If you get a puncture

Fixing a puncture or changing an inner tube is not that difficult as long as you are prepared. Be sure to bring a small saddle bag with repair kit, extra inner tube and a bicycle pump, so you don’t have to stand and wait for help.


Don’t over pack

Don’t take more than you need. If you plan to cycle for a few days there are good panniers and saddle bags that can be attached to your bike, but bear in mind that filling them up might make the bike unnecessarily heavy. But do make sure you pack swimwear and a camping towel – you will almost certainly pass some great swimming spots!


Last but not least

Plan your route in advance, take your time, cycle together and have fun! And don’t forget to take plenty of rest stops and coffee breaks along the way. You will find plenty of good cafés and picnic areas in West Sweden!

Confessions of a Belgian cyclist

The Belgian cycling enthusiast François Struzik has been biking in Dalsland for over ten years and he is constantly on the move and planning his next adventure. Follow him through winding gravel roads that are sometimes hilly. Down in hollows and up on ridges. 

Dalsland X-Country

A challenging mountain bike race in varied scenery with over 700 participants each year. The race is held in May.

Dalsland Gravel Race

Challenging gravel bike race with hilly terrain, gravel roads with sparse traffic, wonderful views, magnificent nature. Normally takes place in September.