Along the entire Bohusleden Trail there are a wide range of wind-shelters and rest areas. There are also cabins in a couple of places, both bookable and open.
The difference between a windshelter and a resting place is that a windshield is meant to sleep in, while a resting place is mostly intended for rest.
A windshelter usually has three walls and a roof, with an opening.
A resting place can look different. Sometimes just a bench and a table. Sometimes there may also be walls and a small roof.
An overnight cabin is a house with four walls, a door to close and a roof, with different standards inside.