A hiking on Gislavedsleden (the Gislaved Trail) involves both amazing natural experiences and fascinating cultural environments.

Gislavedsleden is almost 10 miles long and stretches from Kinnared in the south to Isaberg in the north. The trail passes through two nature reserves, Fegen and Isaberg, and runs through both deciduous forests and pine forests, along lakes and through small villages with fields and hills. To the left you can click on to read more about the six day races from Kollabo to the south and further north.

To the south, the trail joins Hallandsleden and in the north to Höglandsleden via the Järnbärarleden (Iron Berry Trail). Gislavedsleden is thus part of a chain of hiking trails along the so-called Europaled 6 from Alexandroupolis in Greece to Kilpisjärvi in Finland.

Gislavedsleden is marked with orange color and along the trail there are campsites with wind protection and toilet.