Often asked: Where Can You Hike The Kings Trail?

Kungsleden (King’s Trail) is a hiking trail in northern Sweden, approximately 440 kilometres (270 mi) long, between Abisko in the north and Hemavan in the south. It passes through, near the southern end, the Vindelfjällen Nature Reserve, one of the largest protected areas in Europe.

How long does it take to hike the King’s trail?

The entire trail takes about a month to cover but because it’s broken into sections you can choose the length of your hike. The most popular section, which stretches between Abisko and Nikkaluokta, is about 105 km long and will take 10-12 days, although if children are in your party it may take longer.

When can you hike the Kings trail?

Early Season – mid-June to mid-July In the land of the Midnight Sun, spring means endless daylight and snow-capped mountains in the distance. All the way into early July, you can expect lots of snow in the higher passes of the trail.

Where does the Kungsleden start?

The most common locations to start or end a hike along Kungsleden are Abisko, Vakkotavare, Saltoluokta, Kvikkjokk, Ammarnäs and Hemavan. If you start in Nikkaluokta, there is a 2-day walk-in to reach Kungsleden.

How much does it cost to hike Kungsleden?

Mountain huts along the Kungsleden cost 520 SEK (60 USD) a night, or 420 SEK (48 USD) with STF membership. Huts not on the trail (e.g. Tarfala) cost 460 SEK (53 USD) a night, or 360 SEK (41 USD) with STF membership.

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How difficult is the Slovenian mountain trail?

This easy to medium difficulty path runs across Slovenia from west to east and it will take you about 30 days. You will encounter hospitable residents of small villages along this 600 km path, climb picturesque hills and cross beautiful valleys. The highest point on the trail is Mt.

How do you get from Abisko to Sweden?

Most of our visitors fly into Stockholm’s Arlanda International Airport from their home country. From Stockholm you can catch a quick domestic flight to Kiruna in Swedish Lapland. Once you arrive in Kiruna, Abisko is a one and a half hour journey away.

Where is Lapland in Sweden?

Lappland, often anglicised as Lapland (Swedish: Lappland, Northern Sami: Sápmi, Finnish: Lappi, Latin: Lapponia), is a province in northernmost Sweden. It borders Jämtland, Ångermanland, Västerbotten, Norrbotten, Norway and Finland. Nearly a quarter of Sweden’s land area is in Lappland.

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