- in Blekinge
The Blekinge Trail takes you through the entire landscape on a varied surface, along paths and gravel roads, pastures, lakes and fields. The entire Blekinge Trail consists of 15 stages and is a total of 27 km long, clearly marked with orange signs and posts. Along all the routes there is access to both water and toilets, exciting sights and overnight accommodation. Who would you like to take with you on a hike through Blekinge?
The 15th stage, starting or ending in Bröms, offers a beautiful stretch along with the sea band, just a few kilometres into the forest. A strategically located border bracket in Brömsebäck, which was then bordering with Sweden in the north.
Do you want a complete guide of all stages? Buy the book - Vandra Blekingeleden
Did you know that 300-year-old pines grow directly in the sand in a 95-hectare nature reserve right next to the sea? These have been planted there to prevent sand escape, but also provide a spectacular feeling and view.
A network of
Along the ARK56, a network of routes passing through the Blekinge Archipelago. An exciting alternative with 13 hubs where you will find everything from service, toilets, barbecue places, gourmet restaurants, spas and overnight accommodation. A convenient and safe way to discover, experience and explore the Blekinge Archipelago, which is also a biosphere reserve. Here you will walk in a unique nature with a vibrant culture where meadows and forest meet the sea. If you want to plan your hiking trips, there is an app that provides suggestions and tips on places to eat and accommodation. Go to - Nature map for ARK56
Open local traffic
Do you want to plan a walking tour and be free to move as you please? Then there is a great solution to go collectively in Blekinge. As there are no bus connections to all places in Blekinge, Blekinge traffic offers the travel option "Open local traffic". It allows you to travel to and from addresses and locations located in the countryside, or far from a stopover that lacks public transport.
Want to know how it works? Read more here - Open local traffic