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Sadelinleden – cultural landscapes and wild orchids

The trail passes several villages and attractions and offers varied nature such as meadows, forests, rocky hills and seashore. The trail can be hiked in shorter stages and in both directions. There are lookout towers in Skarpnåtö, Sålis and Pålsböle.

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Mariehamn Runt – small boat jetties, beaches and ferries

The eastern and western seasides of Mariehamn offer a sense of genuine archipelago atmosphere. There are paths along the shore, in some places right next to the waterline. The eastern shore is lower with seaside meadows, the western side is hilly with cliffs, wooden walkways and stairs.

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Järsö – smooth rocks, sea views and wooded meadows

The white trail starts and ends at the same place and goes around a rocky tip. At the far end of the tip you get a scenic view of the sea and the ferry route between Sweden, Åland and Finland. The red and blue trails have separate routes each starting from the white trail. You can also choose to follow only one of them.

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Kalen – Bronze Age and war ruins

Kalen offers magnificent archipelago nature and historical memories. The area was the part of Kökar that first rose from the sea after the Ice Age. The trail passes e.g. Tellmossberget, one of the highest hills on Kökar, and remains of a Russian coastal battery from the First World War. Nature is diverse, and the area has rich flora and bird life.

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Jomalaleden – cultural landscape and historic sights

The long trail has different start and end points, and it can be divided into shorter or longer stages and with different directions. The trail offers beautiful nature, villages with fine homesteads from the late 1800s and historical sights such as Kungsö Coastal Battery Hill and Jumala church. 

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Trollstigen – tell-a-tale-trail with fairy tale figures

The tell-a-tale trail, a special trail for younger children, runs at Getabergen over smooth rocks amidst knotted dwarf pines. Along the trail there are information boards telling about the rock formations of the cliffs and fairy-tale figures, you can also learn about the nature as a fairy-tale. There is also a picnic table along the trail.

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Medeltidsstigen – ancient burial site and Great Northern War

The Medieval Trail leads around a wooded hill and passes an ancient burial site with some 30 graves from 400–1000 AD. Along the trail you can learn about the village history: e.g. fishing in the Middle Ages, roe deer hunting in the 16th century and the Great Northern War 1714–21.

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Grottstigen – rock formations and dwarf pines

The Grottstigen cave trail starts from Getabergen, one of Åland’s highest hills that rises almost 100 metres above the sea level. It offers magnificent view over the islands and skerries and across the open sea, as well as breathtaking rocky slopes and exciting rock formations and caves.

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