Sörmlandsleden is one of the longest hiking trails in Sweden. Just south of Stockholm, it stretches over 1,000 kilometers and passes through towns like Nynäshamn, Södertälje, Eskilstuna, Nyköping, Oxelösund, and Trosa.
The landscape is varied and diverse, like Sweden in a miniature. The 92 sections let you experience culture and history, mountains and deep forest, lakes, and coastlines. A challenging hike or a Sunday stroll – it’s up to you. Some of the paths are adjusted for people with disabilities.
On Sörmlandsleden you can hike for a few hours or several days. For those who wish to stay overnight, there are a number of wind shelters along the way.
Looking for a fun challenge while walking? Combine the hike along Sörmlandsleden with geocaching.
More information in English about hiking Södermandsleden can be found here.