About 1000 km hiking trail from southern Stockholm and all around Sörmland. The trail passes through varied countryside, including wilderness areas, cultural landscapes and sites of historical interest.

How do I find my way?
The long-distance path is waymarked with orange circles around trees or poles, signs with SÖRMLANDSLEDEN and S-arrows. In places, the orange colour is supplemented with blue, e.g. on arrow tips or a dot in the circle around a tree, indicating that the section also forms part of a ciruclar route. Planks and footbridges take hikers across sensitive and waterlogged areas. Signs are erected at the beginning of each section, with maps and descriptions of the adjoining sections.

Detailed maps of each section are available on our website for members using a password. You may also find Lantmäteriets Topographic maps (green maps) and certain tourist maps useful.
For membership (200 SEK) and further information, see www.sormlandsleden.se

Along the route there are more than 50 overnight shelters and a number of youth hostels, bed&breakfast or similar accommodation.
Long-distance hikers are recommended to bring tents as the trail sometimes goes through long stretches of uninhabited countryside with no access to other accommodation.

A number of natural springs are found along the trail. Quality and quantity cannot be guaranteed.

How do I get more information?
See our website www.sormlandsleden.se with a lot of useful information e.g. detailed descriptions of all the sections. 

Contact information

Järntorget 7 (Koordinaten)
Contact: Kansliet
Phone: +46-15535564

E-mail: kansliet@sormlandsleden.se
Website: www.sormlandsleden.se

Opening hours

Office hours Monday-Friday 9-12 am