The Håga Trail is six kilometres long in total with four connecting points to find. It takes you through locations with both the city pulse and the all-familiar rural scent of manure; from tobacco fields to sheep and horses. As an explorer you have to travel through time and space. 

The walk takes you along roads and trails through woods, across fields and into pastures, so make sure to put on your walking shoes before you head out on this adventure.

Read more about the trail in the folder.

For information about buses along the trail, see Upplands Lokaltrafik

Nodes along the Håga Trail

This is the starting point of the Håga Trail. Once at the outskirts of the city, it now lies in the heart of Uppsala. But the city is also full of life that you can spot if you keep your eyes open – not least in the vegetation of Engelska Parken (the English Park) and amongst the magnificent trees in the church yard.

A calm place to have a rest with a view of the flat fields but at the same time a bare and scarred piece of primary rock which has endured a ruthless, one kilometre thick continental glacier. Its history is literally cut in stone. 

Rest at an unexpected viewpoint and look out over the borderline landscape between city and country. Out of the woods, across the valley the apartment buildings started growing at the end of the 1960s. Where do you think the city will be in one hundred years?

Here, among the ancient remains, the rolling fields and the rich cultural environment, lies Lill-håga, an inviting and imaginative place which offers its younger visitors a world of their own.