A two-day hike through a wild and slightly more difficult part of the Bohusleden trail, in Tanum. Tile along the border with Norway through a country with plenty of Lynx and a mighty waterfall as the main attraction.
This is a suggestion for a two-day hike through one of the wildest and most remote parts of the Bohusleden trail.
Day 1: Take a bus to bus stop Loviseholm and walk along the road for approximately 2 km to get to Porsås. Or, get a ride to to the start of the section. Hike section 22 of the trail until the nice hut/shelter at Nornäs.
Day 2: Hike section 23 of the trail between Nornäs and Vassbotten. Stop at the end of the section and admire the wild waterfall. During high season you can stay at a campingsite close to Vassbotten and have dinner at Nellys Place.
This hiking proposal can be combined with the hiking suggestion Bohusleden Strömstad.