- Length 6.5 km
Section 3 begins at the Fjällnora recreation centre’s parking area, and ends just south of the town of
Länna. In the summer, you can also get to Fjällnora on the Lennakatten museum train, and the
connecting vintage bus.
The hike takes you along a well-trodden path through varied forests and over sometimes rugged
terrain. After about 3 kilometres, you’ll reach Lake Lötsjön, which the trail then follows all the way to
Länna. Along the way, you’ll pass several spots with beautiful views of the water.
The charcoal burner’s hut just north of Fjällnora tells us of the lives of the charcoal burners of old.
About halfway along Lake Lötsjön is a beach, Borgadalsbadet, surrounded by beautiful oak
trees. There is also a 7th century hill fort, and the 2 kilometres long Borgadal Walk (see 3:1)
starts by the beach.
There are also other paths and walks of various lengths around Fjällnora.
There is a kiosk, a petrol station and a restaurant in Länna.
Difficulty level: Medium, large and small paths, sometimes rugged with roots.
Activities And Facilities
- Near parking
Medium, large and small paths, sometimes rugged with roots.
Parkering finns både vid Fjällnora och vid etappens slut i Länna.
There is no bus stop at the start, but in the summer you can get to Fjällnora on the Lennakatten museum train, and the connecting vintage bus. Read more: https://www.lennakatten.se/en/
Nearest bus stop at the end: Kopphagen, Länna
Start at Fjällnora, Uppsala.
End at Länna, Almungevägen 113.