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Hiking and jogging on Halle-Hunneberg
Vargön

Discover the beautiful plateau mountains Halleberg and Hunneberg by foot

Get your hiking boots or your running shoes on – it is time to explore Ecopark Halle- & Hunneberg! Set off on an adventure through the nature of Halle- and Hunneberg and prepare for an amazing nature experience. Here you will find 10 different hiking tracks to choose from, a viewing point looking out over Lake Vänern, meadows with a rich flora, fairy-tale like lakes, the steps of the table mountain, lime kilns - and there are plenty more of beautiful and interesting places to visit and see when you hike through the Ecopark.

 

Hiking paths on Halleberg and Hunneberg

There are 10 different hiking paths on Halle- and Hunneberg with varied length and difficulty. The longest hiking path is around the lake Fågelsjön and is 8 km while the shortest is "Naturstig" that is only two kilometers long. A good place to start on Hunneberg is at Bergagården, located on the northern part of Hunneberg. Here several hiking paths start and there are three illuminated tracks in the area. Here you can also visit The Royal Hunt Museum: Elk Hill.

For an overview map of Halleberg and Hunneberg and more information about the mountains, click here. 

Hiking map and Pathfinder

A more detailed hiking map is available to purchase at the tourist information offices in Trollhättan  and Vänersborg  as well as at The Royal Hunt Museum: Elk Hill on Hunneberg. Here you get an overview of the 10 hiking paths and there are also markings showing bathing spots, wind shelters, bird towers and barbecue sites. 

Available is also the book "Pathfinder" that goes into more detail about the different hiking paths and tells the history of the area and what you will see along the way. 

Guided tours

Hike together with our certified nature guide and explore beautiful landscapes. Discover the old forest of Hallesnipen and experience the fabulous views of Lake Vänern, explore the bogs of Hunneberg and learn about the exciting cultural history that surrounds the area.

Book your guided tour at +46 (0)521-27 00 40 or museet@algensberg.com

Monthly hikes

Meet our experienced nature guide and discover the nature and surroundings of Ecopark Halle-Hunneberg. You will experience the ever changing wilderness during all the seasons of the year while you follow the tracks of animals in the snow during the cold winter, stride through seas of ramson under the spring sun, hike among roof of green leafs in the summer and search for mushrooms in the depth of the colorful forest in autumn.

Every hike has a specific theme and you follow a qualified nature guide all over Halle- Hunneberg. For more information contact The Royal Hunt Museum: Elk Hill at +46 (0)521-27 00 40 or museet@algensberg.com

Trail running 

If you want to go out running on Hunneberg mountain here are 2,5 km, 5 km and 10 km trails that are good for running that starts from Bergagården, close by The Royal Hunt Museum. There are also two illuminated tracks of 1 km and 2,5 km starting from the same area. 

An overview map is available here. 

Contact information

Kungajaktmuseet Älgens Berg

Hunneberg 121

468 31 Vargön


Phone: +46 0521 27 00 40


E-mail: museet@algensberg.com

Website: algensberg.com