Hiking trail Traneberg
On the western shores of Kållandsö island there is a 12 km hiking trail offering varied terrain through Traneberg. The trail offers peaceful nature experiences both with a lake view and in the forrest.
On the Traneberg trail you hike in the archipelago and there is a great chance to see different seabirds along the trail but also to see game in the forests. On the promontory at Sundvassholmen there is a bird protection area that must not be accessed during April 1st to July 31st. Along the hike you pass several old crofts and many historical sites, including Skeppstaviken which was Traneberg's port and cargo site during the 18th and 19th centuries.
If you want to stay overnight this is not a problem, about 2 km into the trail there is a nice windshield with associated barbecue area. From May 1st to September 30th there is free firewood here.
If you want to do a shorter route you can choose to walk only the northern loop which is 6,2 km long. At the start of the trail there is an outdoor gym and a don't-touch-the-ground-park for children.
Fact about the trail
Northern loop 6,2 km
Southern loop 8,4 km
Big loop (both) 12 km
It takes about 150 min to walk the big loop.
The trail is marked with blue marking.
Level of difficulty:
The walk is classified as medium-heavy and goes on alternate terrain in both forest and on rocks.
Start and end:
The trail starts at Läckö Golf Club.
How to get here:
There is no public transport here but there is plenty of parking directly adjacent to the trail which is just next to Läckö Golf Club.
Photographer: Linnea Gustavsson