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We spent the day driving from Bengtsfors to Håverud and enjoyed several stops by the canal along the way. Bengtsfors has a somewhat unusual Japanese inspired garden which is dedicated to the environmental cleanup that took place after mercury deposits were found in the area...More
Yes, in the interior of Sweden you will find a Kanal that is old and interesting and still working although it was built between 1864-1868. Along side of it is a restaurant and a fish processing plant where you can buy the best smoked lox...More
dalslands kanal is a lovely way of discovering the swedish country side from your canoe or boat. at one point you are in an akvadukt crossing over another stream and it's an amazing feeling. at a few other points you have to get through water...More
The ultimate way to travel throug an ulitimately beautiful part of Swedish nature, with small towns and clever solutions to engineering problems. The Canal is also an interesting part of the industrial history of this region.
Dalsland kanal is described as one of the Europe's most beautiful waterways. It's a 250 km long lake-system with flood gates, which are called "slusen". The gates are manually opened and closed, the separate tanks fill with water to a certain level so the boats...More