Bornsjön - Bornöleden


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Trail details

  • Length 6.4 km



A beautiful and easily walkable trail that takes you through fields and pastures within the central parts of the nature reserve. There's a good chance that you'll spot swans, deer and many songbirds along your walk here.

Activities And Facilities

  • Hiking Hiking


By public transit: Take bus 708 from the Hallunda subway station or the Rönninge commuter rail station to the Norsborgsvägen bus stop. From there, walk 3 km to Sturehov Manor. You can also get off at the Salem kyrka bus stop to get to the south-eastern part of the reserve. To visit the western part of the reserve, take bus 751 from Södertälje central to Brunnsäng centrum, then change to bus 750 towards Högantorp and get off at the Ladvik bus stop.

See current information about public transit at: [sl.se] (http://sl.se/en)

By car: Take the E4/E20 from Stockholm towards Södertälje and take the exit at Tumba/Alby. Continue towards Södertälje on Gamla Södertäljevägen road to get to the reserve. If you are coming from the south, you can choose the exit towards Salem/Rönninge and turn left under the E4 into the reserve.


In order to protect the Bornsjön nature reserve, please respect the following rules.

Within the reserve, it is forbidden to:

  1. destroy or damage permanent natural structures or surfaces by drilling, cutting, blasting, carving, painting or similar,
  2. break branches, fell or in any other way damage living or dead trees and bushes, damage the vegetation in general by digging up shrubs, herbaceous plants, grasses, mosses or lichens,
  3. operate motorised vehicles (including snow scooters) outside of designated roads,
  4. deliberately disturb wildlife (e.g. by climbing nesting trees or rock in close proximity to dens, trapping and killing mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians),
  5. camp or park a caravan, motorhome or similar for more than two consecutive nights in the same place (note that this ban is not intended to restrict or complicate HVSS's educational activities; exceptions may be allowed after consultation with the nature conservation manager),
  6. bicycle outside of designated roads, trails and areas,
  7. rock climb with climbing rope, or similar activities,
  8. arrange organised orienteering competitions or training activities, races or similar, without prior consultation with the nature conservation manager (note that large activities with 100+ participants, designated start/finish areas and parking require permission from the County Administrative Board),
  9. conduct organised camp activities without prior consultation with the nature conservation manager,
  10. organise rally competitions or similar without prior consultation with the nature conservation manager,
  11. moor or anchor a boat for more than two consecutive nights in the same place,
  12. put up a sign, message board, placard, poster or similar, with the exception of informational signs used for area management.

Please note that Lake Bornsjön and the surrounding area is a water protection area, which entails that access to the lake is forbidden according to area regulations (by decision of the County Administrative Board, 2006-11-28).


Email address

Länsstyrelsen i Stockholm

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Questions & Answers

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