Skåneleden Trail: Hårsjö to Lärkesholm

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Skåneleden Trail: Hårsjö to Lärkesholm est un sentier de point à point de 19.8 kilomètres situé près de Vittsjö, Skåne en Suède. Le sentier longe un lac et sa difficulté est évaluée comme difficile. Le sentier offre plusieurs activités.

Distance: 19.8 km Dénivelé: 389 m Type d'itinéraire: Point A à point B

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Most of this trail follows small roads through landscape that is rich in forests, marshes, and lakes. The camp site Hårsjö is surrounded by dense forest and the lake is not overlooked. The path that leads you past Tidemanstorp is lined with planted forest and ditches. To the south, Fäjemyr spreads out and on the marsh grows bottoms, marsh lilies and meadow wool. At Änglarp you have a clear view of hills, plateaus and gravel fields. These were formed at the isälvar estuary when the ice sheet melted thousands of years ago. The deposits here are unusually clear. Forest and car roads lead you to one of Skåne's cleanest fishing waters, Värsjön. Here are river crayfish and rare algae and aquatic plants. At the lake you can see fishing big gorges and osprey. The last stretch goes into the hiking area Lärkesholm. In the east you walk through planted spruce forest but closer to the heart of the area and Lärkesholmssjön you will find fine deciduous forest. From the campsite you have a view of the precious lake, rich in fish, dragonflies and birds. Along the trail, you walk from Hårsjö village, largely owned by Hovdala estate, past the rural heritage to Lärkesholm's estate. East of Hårsjö you pass the remains of Christ's mill. Here was the mill mill, saw and power plant driven by the brook. Notice the now dry-laid canal at the mountain slope. The ancient courtyard Tidemanstorp is typical of the neighborhood; Built in shifts, unpainted and with small windows. The village is managed by a local community association. To the west you walk past several ruins where poor villagers lived. Augusta's village had slits that both chicken and hedgehogs could pass unhindered. Alongside Augustas you will find the water source of the torpedo. Closer to Lärkesholm you encounter several torpedoes belonging to the goods and herds after a fish farm. There were about fifty ponds with carp and an oven that heated the water. Linnaeus described the landlord as "an incomparable kind" in 1749.

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