The canoe trail Jarlean in the Bergslagen region in Sweden

Järleån offers river paddling. A top quality classification which gives the river a high rank. The canoe trail flows at a nice and canoe-friendly pace. Before the beginning of the trail, the river is very spectacular. The dramatic scenery begins in Hammarby and finishes in Järle. A very powerful stretch of rapids with murmuring waterfalls is located here. This river stretch through the nature reserve Järleån is unique and beautiful. The canoe trail begins in the southern part of the nature reserve, where the powerful stretch of rapids ends. The trail ends in Djupviken's small boat harbor, located in the bay north of the place where Järleån flows into the lake, Väringen.

Järleån

Trail description: River paddling
Degree of difficulty: Medium difficult 
From-to: Järle kvarn-Djupviken's small boat harbor
Järle kvarn-Väringen 23 km, 100% river paddling 
Järle kvarn-Frövi 30 km, 80% river paddling
Drop: 15 m total, 60 cm/km on average
Portages: 3 portages 100 m-300 m
Landscape description: Forests and meadows
The rain and wind shelters have good strong fireplaces, dry toilets and sometimes even firewood
The canoe trail continues to Arbågaån
Good canoe trail description with map is included in the hire
Free transport of hired equipment for hires over 3600 SEK/transport day

Canoe trail description and maps

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Other maps: 10 FNV

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Book canoes, kayaks and transport to Järleån

800 SEK/kanot och kajak /transport day. 400 SEK/canoe and kayak/day without transport.

The price applies to full group discount of the costs of canoe transports to and from Järleån. With bookings of low numbers of canoes, please check the price list for canoe transport before booking.

Better canoeing and kayaking, better price and no transports

As the wilderness canoeing and kayaking in the Malingsbo-Kloten Nature Reserve is more affordable and the paddling and the nature much better, we recommend you to also consider the canoeing and kayaking in the Malingsbo-Kloten Nature Reserve, as an alternative paddle area. Canoeing and kayaking in the Malingsbo-Kloten Nature Reserve >>

Canoe & kayak service to Bergslagen's 20 canoe trails

1) The Malingsbo-Kloten Nature Reserve >>
2) Middle Hedströmmen >>
3) Lower Hedströmmen >>
4) Gunnilboån >>
5) Nittälven >>
6) Garhytteån/Northern Arbogaån >>
7) Bottenån/Borsån/Southern Arbogaån >>
8) Arbogaån/Southern Arbogaån >>
9) Hjälmare Kanal >>
10) Mälaren >>
11) Strömsholms Kanal >>
12) Rastälven >>
13) Järleån >>
Sverkestaån 
Jernleden
Mångsälven
Svartälven
Malingen-Ludvika 
Svartån in Västmanland
Dalälven (Borlänge-Avesta)

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Trackless Excursions

The paddler is a guest in the nature and is required to demonstrate responsibility and care. Not to harm and not to destroy. We have the right to enjoy Swedish nature, but there is also a duty to behave responsibly. The paddler’s only trace should be the whirlpools from the paddles.

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