Landfjärden Mällsten Kayaking, Stockholm Archipelago
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The route, paddled clockwise in a closed loop from Landfjärden. Near Muskö, I found that keeping west of Älvsnabben is advisable due to a protected area not marked on this map.
Lunch break just north of the lengthy strait Yxlösundet. The sun warms air and water.
Arrived at the island Yttre Gården after a major crossing in fog, this nice beach invites to rest. Unfortunately htere are no pictures of the magical passage through heron land just north of this point.
Klövskär, with a screen of fog just behind.
Heading for Klövskär, right before the crossing and before the fog has rolled out over the archipelago.
Morning fog over the mainland.
Simple is often better. Camp at Ängsholmen.
A fine coppice for a camp! Though the ticks are abundant...
A solitary kayak resting on the rock.
Lichen at Ängsholmen.
Ängsholmen north of Nåttarö.
Home at last - the island Ängsholmen where camp was set up for the night.
Taking time to enjoy the islands north of Nåttarö.
Archipelago north of Nåttarö.
Afternoon floating north of Nåttarö.
Lunch break at Ängsholmen, just after the long crossing to Rånö.
A hidden passage for kayaks only. The paddle has no room to swing, so forward motion is created by pulling gently at the reeds. Near Ekesgarn, Muskö.
Calm sea and dark clouds when paddling out from Landfjärden. In the very next moment, the drizzle begins anew.
On this first tower, keep to the right after te first meters straight up.
Sandra starting the lead on pitch 4 (5+, 30m).
...there's steep gravel. After a while on gravel one can follow this dry floodbed for some distance, before traversing back out to the right, at first awkward on gravel, soon back on grass.
After some initial, not too difficult grass...
The very steep descent to Wildental (poles recommended if taking this descent!). From the route exit, continue downhill on the grass. Follow the grassy patch down left in the picture. It will turn to very steep gravel.
Liechlkopf summit! Steep grass climbing to the top. Descent to Wildental is yet steeper.
Coming up from pitch 7 (6-, 20 m).
Pitch 7, the last one (20 m). Good footwork is called for.
Somewhere mid-way on pitch 5.
Pitch 5, 46 m, 4+ over 5- to 5, often rather steep.
Pitch 5 starts steep and continues that way. (5, 46 m)