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Sweden is a Scandinavian country in Northern Europe bordering Norway and Finland. It is the third largest country in the European Union. The capital of Sweden is Stockholm, which is also the largest city in the country. Sweden has a parliamentary monarchy and the current king is Carl XVI. gustaf

The Swedish economy is heavily export-oriented and encompasses sectors such as mechanical engineering, telecommunications, pharmaceuticals and vehicle construction.

Sweden is also known for its social policies and welfare system, which includes health care, education and social assistance. Swedish society is very equal and progressive, with a high level of gender equality and LGBT rights.

Sweden is also known for its natural beauty, including numerous lakes, forests and coastal regions.

Maps of Sweden for Garmin navigation devices

The map coverage includes the territory of Sweden.
These maps are expressly not topographical maps but maps with terrain contours for the leisure sector.

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Where can you find the most beautiful hikes in Sweden?

Sweden is known for its breathtaking nature and offers hikes for every taste. Here are some of the most beautiful hikes in Sweden:

  • Kungsleden (King's Road): The Kungsleden is one of the most famous long-distance hiking trails in Sweden and leads through the wild landscape of Lapland. The route is 440 kilometers in total, but hikers can choose shorter sections depending on their interests.
  • Sarek National Park: Sarek is the largest national park in Sweden and offers some of the most spectacular scenery in the country. The hikes lead through untouched wilderness, along rivers and lakes and offer breathtaking views of mountains and glaciers.
  • Abisko National Park: Abisko National Park in northern Sweden is a popular destination for hikers and offers a variety of hikes for all levels. The routes pass through forests, bogs and alongside lakes and offer spectacular views of the Aurora Sky Station.
  • Söderåsen National Park: Söderåsen National Park is a popular destination for hikers in southern Sweden. The hikes lead through deep gorges, along rivers and waterfalls and offer wonderful views of the surrounding landscape.
  • Lake Siljan: Lake Siljan in the heart of Sweden offers some of the most beautiful hikes in the country. The routes lead through forests and along the lake and offer spectacular views of the surrounding mountains.

There are many more hikes in Sweden to choose from based on personal preference and difficulty. Having the right equipment and precautions is important, especially on more challenging hikes.


Where can you find the most beautiful cycling routes in Sweden?

Sweden offers some beautiful cycling routes, both through the cities and through the beautiful countryside. Here are some of the most popular cycling routes in Sweden:

  • Kattegattleden: This is one of Sweden's longest cycle routes and runs from Helsingborg in the south to Gothenburg in the north. The route is about 370 kilometers long and runs along the coast through picturesque villages and towns.
  • Göta Canal: This route follows the historic Göta Canal, which connects Gothenburg and Stockholm. The route passes through scenic landscapes, along lakes and rivers, and offers some historical sights along the way.
  • Sörmlandsleden: This route runs through the Sörmland, a region south of Stockholm. The route is around 1,000 kilometers long and offers a variety of landscapes, from coastal forests to lakes and rivers.
  • Klarälvsbanan: This route goes along the Klarälven, the longest river in Värmland. The route is about 90 kilometers long and passes through beautiful landscapes, forests and villages.

Ölandsleden: This route leads across the island of Öland, which lies off the east coast of Sweden. The route is approximately 270 kilometers long and takes you along the coast and through the picturesque villages and countryside of the island.