Sweden: Kungsleden (King's Trail)

Kungsleden (The King's Trail) is a hiking trail in northern Sweden, approximately 440-kilometre (270 mi) long, between Abisko in the north and Hemavan in the south. It passes through one of Europe's largest remaining wilderness areas. In the winter Kungsleden is a ski trail with approximately the same route. Kungsleden was created by Svenska Turistföreningen (STF) at the end of the 19th century, in order to allow more people to experience the beauty of Lapland.
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Kungsleden, Zweden, King's Trail of Kungsleden

The Kungsleden Trail, Lapland - 270 mile long hiking trail in bleak, beautiful Swedish lapland.

Kungsleden (King's Trail).

Kungsleden (King's Trail).

Kungsleden, my most ardent hiking dream. Kiruna, Sweden

The impressive Tjaktjavagge, one of the long Arctic valleys along the Kungsleden route. Photo by Peter Potterfield

Kungsleden (King's Trail). Nallo Mountain.

Kungsleden (King's Trail). Nallo Mountain.

Nördlicher Kungsleden: Abisko Wasserfall

Nördlicher Kungsleden: Abisko Wasserfall

Kungsleden (King's Trail). The road between Vistas to Nallo, full with wild animals.

The road between Vistas to Nallo, full with wild animals.

Kungsleden (King's Trail). The road between Nallo to Sälka.

The road between Nallo to Sälka.

Kaitumjaure, Sweden (Kungsleden).

Kaitumjaure – en restgarnsstickning

Kaitumjaure, Sweden (Kungsleden).

Kungsleden (King's Trail) map

STF - STF Mountain station Abisko - Map of region - Royal trail - Travel

Kungsleden (King's Trail). Nallo Mountain.

Kungsleden (King's Trail). Nallo Mountain.

Kungsleden (King's Trail). The road between Vistas to Nallo.

The road between Vistas to Nallo.

Kungsleden (King's Trail). Meditationsplats.

Kungsleden (King's Trail). Meditationsplats.

Sunset on Kungsleden at end of August.

Sunset on Kungsleden at end of August.

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