Skåneleden Trail: Agusa to Torparebron


Skåneleden Trail: Agusa to Torparebron est un sentier de point à point de 14.0 kilomètres situé près de Degeberga, Skåne en Suède. Le sentier longe une rivière et sa difficulté est évaluée comme modérée. Le sentier offre plusieurs activités.

Distance: 14.0 km Dénivelé: 224 m Type d'itinéraire: Point A à point B


activités en pleine nature


course à pied



vue panoramique


At the camp site, Agusa, you have a view of the wild fence with red deer and wild boar. To the north, you follow the paths on the roller coaster Jären, eastern Skåne's largest. Here stands tallest beech forest and closer to Hörröd you will find giant pines. The huge trees are first-class homes for insects and birds. To the east of the village you step into a single-headed with exciting flora. Along the narrow path, you get a sense of how much of Linderödsasen looked hundreds of years ago. After hiking along smaller roads and bays, the pasture Äskebjär awaits. Among the bushes and grazing cows you will find the back timber, almond flower, several different orchids and a lovely view. On paths, you cross the grazing slopes of Drakamöllan with herbs such as flowering flowers and field sweeps. Exclusive bird species such as summer litter, tree and field pipelines also thrive here. The stage follows forest roads into Maglehem's ora, and here is one of the country's largest hedge forests. The village of Agusa is archaic with stone garden buildings and old houses, including Agusastugan. The village of Hörröd has its roots in the Middle Ages and at the height of the church there is the desert cemetery to the old 15th century church. On the slope of the hill you will find a more modern cultural heritage, the priest's coffee grotto from the year 1900. At Äskebjär you walk past a graveyard and south you step into the beautiful landscape of the miller. Drakamöllan has been named after the drummer Drake, who had his mill at Julebodaån. Here you walk straight through an ancient cultural landscape, where grazing was combined with agriculture. Maglehem's ora is an old outland forest and was grazed by pigs. The pigs were driven several miles, including from Glimmingehus south of Tommarp, to eat fat on ollon in the beech forest.

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