Adventure Support Services!

Start your paddle adventure without the stress of transportation logistics. Our convenient canoe pick-up and drop-off service ensure a seamless experience from start to finish. 

You can canoe with us for a day up to a week and arrange it as you like. South of Agundaborg, there is a large nature reserve that is stunning in terms of its natural beauty. Additionally, there are many islands and beautiful spots where you can camp in the wild, or you can choose to camp at one of the official canoe rest areas for a fee.

Below, we have provided an overview of possible routes and drop-off + pick-up points. You can also plan your own route using www.naturkartan.se,  - search for Canoe Trail Helge Å.

Route Suggestions
From To km

days

paddling

Virestad Agunnaryd 43 4-5 days
Virestad Gustavsfors 50 4-5 days
Ryssby Gustavsfors 41 4-5 days
Ryssby Agundaborg 15 1-2 days
Stensjön (North) Agundaborg 10 1 day
Stensjön (South) Agundaborg 7 1 day
Såganäs Agundaborg 19 2-3 days
Agundaborg Gustavsfors 26 2-3 days
Agundaborg  Björkö 22 1-2 days
Agundaborg  Diö strand 15 1-2 days
Agundaborg Marsholm 7 1 day
Agundaborg Möckelsnäs 20 1-2 days


The  time is an estimate and is dependant on the weather and the energy & experience level of the paddler.

 

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