Forget about WI-FI, minibars and sweaty gyms! Our nature provides you with birdsong, wildlife and fresh air. In Simlångsdalen, everyone can find a hiking trail with the appropriate length and difficulty. Destination Simlångsdalen's hiking trails offer leisure strolls and full day trips to discover the heart of Halland's wilderness!

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The Simlången Trail  - BLUE - 8 km
To the east, the track runs through the nature reserves of Bröda and Veka. The terrain is partially hilly with beautiful beech trees and white anemones in the spring. When the track turns towards the old railway embankment for the old Bolmenbanan, you will find an old red painted wooden mill which belonged to Marsjö.

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Klövaberget - BLUE - 0,7 km
Klövaberget's 30 m high and 100 m long rocky edge is will evoke a tickling in your stomach and will give you a wide view of Simlångsdalen. The top of the cliff is a perfect place to enjoy a coffee basket and a fika.

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The Gårdshult Trail - RED - 6,5 km
On this particular walk, you can choose either the west or the east side of the River Assman. There are also three detours you can choose whilst on the walk, Lake Breared, Smedhultaleden or Kannesten. 

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Lake Brearedssjön Trail - YELLOW - 4,2 km
This trail takes you around Lake Brearedssjön. You'll get to see the beautiful beech forest on one side and on the other the old railway line Bolmenbanan. On your way, you will pass the old ironworks Jöransfors.

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Danska Fall Trail - BLUE - 2,7 km
This trail takes you around Lake Brearedssjön. You'll get to see the beautiful beech forest on one side and on the other the old railway line Bolmenbanan. On your way, you will pass the old ironworks Jöransfors.

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Gyltige - YELLOW - 3,2 km
The yellow track follows trails and forest roads to the north of Gyltige. In the western part of the trail area, you will find ridges with steep slopes. These ridges consist of stone, gravel and sand and were formed during deglaciation around 12000 - 13000 years ago. Large and small kettle holes can be found
in the earth. There is an old gravel pit which confirms that the materials from here were used for the construction of houses and roads in the immediate area.

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Gyltige, The Röskebo Trail - GREEN - 11,3 km
The flat area between Bårared and Röskebo has been utilized as agricultural land for many generations. If you’re lucky you can both see and hear cranes, wild geese and other wildlife.

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Gyltige, Lake Håraltsjön Trail - WHITE - 13,2 km
The white track is the longest, starting from Gyltige and Simlångsdalen. If you choose to follow it clockwise, you will follow a paved path heading towards Lidhult, but after a short distance this turns off onto a forest track, then leading to a smaller trail up to the village of Håralt.

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Gyltige, The Svalilt Trail - BLUE - 10 km
The blue trail way leads towards the beautifully situated village of Svalilt, which is surrounded by meadows, pastures and forests of beech trees. On the track to Svalilt, you will first pass by Sutarebo. The trail runs along the edge of a very hilly nature reserve comprising of beech tree forests and steep ravines. 

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