Skåneleden Trail: Simontorp to Snogeholm


Skåneleden Trail: Simontorp to Snogeholm est un sentier de point à point de 12.1 kilomètres situé près de Blentarp, Skåne en Suède. Le sentier longe un lac et sa difficulté est évaluée comme modérée. Le sentier offre plusieurs activités.

Distance: 12.1 km Dénivelé: 184 m Type d'itinéraire: Point A à point B



activités en pleine nature


course à pied



vue panoramique


This trail takes you across small and often sandy terrain. To the east, you step into Sövdeborg's splendid noble forest. In the hiking area Snogeholm mixas forest with grazed gardens and lively ponds. Here there are plenty of old trees with associated bats and beetles. The ponds and shrubs around are shelter for the climbing leaf frog. The chance to see deer is great. The lakes invite lots of birds and for sightings Navröd is recommended, south of Sövdesjön. Take a look at birds of prey. A different and well-thought-out forest is the Landscape Laboratory - a planting where both trees, animals and people should thrive and develop. The Skåne landscape bird stork is on its way back with the help of the Stork project. You will find their enclosure at Karups Nygård, a few kilometers from the trail. Blentarp was probably a place for Torsdyrkan before the church was built in the 12th century. Far later, the village was noticed when the mill was burned by the well-known Veberödsmannen in 1902. Sövde County belonged to the All-Helge Monastery in Lund and in the fields appeared working and praying monks. Both Sövde and Snogeholm boast their own castles, and further along with medieval castles. The fortress of Sigostha at Ormön was built in the 12th century and was inhabited by the great citizen of the time, Archbishop Absalon. Sövde village's cultural environment is of national interest with small picturesque houses in a row along the town street, a medieval church awake from the height and vast noble deciduous forests around. The workers of the estate and craftsmen lived in the village. Near Bare boasts the Möllefoten, the estate's windmill, and to the south, memorial stones from the German emperor Wilhelm II's hunting trip to Snogeholm.

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