The nature around Stockholm has endless beauty to offer. This Collection shows some of my favorite places to go for a relaxing getaway from the city.
All of these Tours are accessible by public transport. Just pack some lunch or fika, grab your hiking shoes, and head out to forget about the stressful city life for a while!
The Nacka nature reserve and Erstavik area are stunningly beautiful! It is pretty crazy that they are so close to the central parts of the city. I realized that I don't spend nearly enough time there, so today I wanted to change that!
I took the metro to Björkhagen and headed into the forest, wanting…
Djurö is about as far out into the Stockholm archipelago that you can get without a boat and using public transport. It offers a truly unique environment with steep cliffs and spectacular views over the open water.
The terrain can be challenging at times, so properly grippy hiking shoes are a must!
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Vinterskogen is truly a hidden gem among Stockholm's many nature reserves with its lush and deep mossy forests. It can easily be reached from Vårsta or a few bus stops from Tumba commuter train station.
On the western side of the area there are some truly lovely marked hiking trails such as Hällmarksslingan…
The Gömmaren nature reserve is one of my favorite go-to locations for a day hike because it offers some really lovely nature while being easy to reach with the Stockholm red line metro, Masmo station.
The Gömmaren lake is beautiful all year around and there are some really nice rest stops, fireplaces…
Flemingsbergsskogen is a magnificent nature reserve that is easily accessible from the Flemingsberg commuter train station. It sports an extensive network of trails throughout a large uninterrupted forest.
There are several wetland areas throughout the forest, but no open water.
Today's hike started…
Lännaskogen is a lovely nature reserve with lake Kvarnsjön in the center. The reserve starts in the north at Ågesta friluftsgård, just a couple bus stops from Farsta Strand, and extends to Lissma in the south, with frequent buses connecting to Handen commuter train station. There is a dense network of…
Tyresta national park is one of the most well known and most popular hiking areas around Stockholm. It can mainly be reached by buses departing from Handen commuter train station, and is well worth a visit!
Today was a nice and sunny winter day, perfect for a hike.
I started from the Tyresta By bus stop…
Lida is a popular outdoor recreation area with lake Getaren in the center. It is possible to take the bus to Lida Friluftsgård just by the lake, but those buses only go a few times per day.
This time I decided to check out the more northern parts of the area, starting my hike along Sörmlandsleden from…
Orlången is a varied nature reserve with lake Orlången in the south, lake Mörtsjön in the center and lake Trehörningen in the north. It can be reached from Balingsnäs on the western side or buses from Farsta Strand on the northern/eastern side.
Today I started my hike from the north-east, following the…
Paradiset is a popular and really lovely nature reserve with lush forests and several nice lakes, accessible by buss from Lissma Skola, a few bus stops from Handen commuter train station.
Rudan is another nice reserve containing two lakes just next to the Handen commuter train station.
Today I started…
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