Dirt road and asphalt
Car-free bike path
Järva bicycle lane is marked with green signs along the road

Järva bike trail is an almost car-free bike trail that runs through several nature reserves. Here you can easily reach the most scenic natural and cultural environments on the Järvafältet. In total, 7 km of winding cycle paths have been signposted to a ring road that makes it possible to start and stop cycling where it suits one's self.

The trail passes through several nature reserves and you experience a varied nature with several old farm environments, grazing animals, bird-rich wetlands, glittering lakes and primeval forests. The range of services and information is wide. Cafes, picnic areas, display yards, toilets, information boards, barbecue places etc. facilitate the experiences in the area.

The bicycle trail is developed by the Swedish Cycling Society in collaboration with seven municipalities: Sigtuna, Upplands Väsby, Sollentuna, Järfälla, Stockholm, Sundbyberg and Solna. At each commuter train station there is a starting point for Järva cycle path. The trail is marked with a green trail mark with the text "Järva bicycle trail".

Main Route: 70 km (Ulriksdal - Rotebro)

Sörmlandsleden traffic
Bikes may be taken free of charge, subject to space, however a maximum of two per bus.

Do not miss...

  • bookmarkUlriksdal Castle
  • bookmarkAlbertus Pictor's painting "The Wheel of Life"
  • bookmarkThe Iron Age settlement between Väsby and Bög
  • bookmarkAstrid Lindgren's mountain
  • bookmarkBird watching at one of the lakes
  • bookmarkGrazing Highland Cattle at Väsby Sjöäng
  • bookmarkBrunnsviken and Hagaparken

Bicycle Maps

Connecting bicycle trails

Further information (external link)