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  • Photographer: Roger Borgelid

Cycling with children in western Sweden

Child-friendly cycle paths, challenging walking trails, traffic-free islands, or former railway tracks offering an incredible view – in western Sweden there is a whole range of cycling experiences for the entire family. Here you’ll find the best cycling tips, regardless of whether it’s just for a day or longer.

Cycle along the Göta Canal with children                                                   

Cycling along the Göta Canal is a highly popular family excursion. An active holiday in the countryside can be an incredible experience.  

Göta Kanal

Photographer: Roger Borgelid

 

Family adventure along the Sjuhärad Cycle Trail     

Cycle paths that are traffic free and ideal for children, beautiful countryside and a refreshing dip in a lake. A cycling holiday along the Sjuhärad Cycle Trail offers countless experiences and has all the ingredients for a true family adventure. 

Photographer: Jonas Ingman

 

Cycling with children on South Koster                                                        

There is something very special about cycling on the almost traffic-free island of South Koster. Distances on this eight-square kilometre island are ideal for a family cycling trip. As a bonus, you also have an invigorating start to the day when you take the ferry out to the island – a truly memorable journey in every sense. 

Photographer: Åsa Dahlgren

 

Cycling with children on the island of Tjörn       

Tjörn is an ideal cycling island for the whole family, with its picturesque roads and the sea never far away. Green cycling signs guide you along the cycle paths around the island. The surface can vary from asphalt to gravel and other surfaces, all of which are suitable for cycling.

Photographer: Roger Borgelid