Winter and spring kayaking in Bohuslän opens for new seasons

Winter kayaking in Bohuslän

Canoeists who venture out into a snow-covered Bohuslän are met by an open natural landscape that gives a genuine feeling of existing in the here and now. Kayak rental operator Fredrik Lundkvist at Stångenäs Kayak in Lysekil invites you on a journey where the barren landscape of Bohuslän with its smooth and salt-covered granite cliffs is combined with comfortable places to stay and flavoursome meals. Launch your kayak into the fresh, salty sea – and enjoy!
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Explore the Koster Islands by Foot

The Koster Ocean. Photo: Fredrik Broman

The Koster islands are about as far northwest on the Swedish west coast as you can get; a final frontier before the North Sea. They aren’t large, but the landscape here ranges from forested and agricultural to wild and craggy. The varied scenery makes for great gentle hiking and exploring. Koster and the surrounding waters were recently given national park status. Hiking trails have been cleared and marked out for those who want an easy way to explore nature off the gravel roads that make out the islands’ main arteries. Continue reading…