Skåneleden Trail: Snogeholm to Ystad


Skåneleden Trail: Snogeholm to Ystad est un sentier de point à point de 27.0 kilomètres situé près de Blentarp, Skåne en Suède. Le sentier longe un lac et sa difficulté est évaluée comme difficile. Le sentier offre plusieurs activités.

Distance: 27.0 km Dénivelé: 281 m Type d'itinéraire: Point A à point B


activités en pleine nature



course à pied


vue panoramique


This trail takes you through deciduous forest and past hilly pastures in Snogeholm. Along the trail you will find ponds, leaf and bell frogs, and the Landscape Laboratory. Here is an odd planting where people and the environment interact. Here birds of prey gather in the winter and during the autumn lots of geese rest. When you walk up the hill past Ellestadsjön you have a nice view and glimpse the dead islands. In the foreground you can see old oak hedges with extensive trees. At Krageholmssjön you continue along small roads into the open, undulating landscape. Snogeholm was previously a freight and the buildings you pass were inhabited by employees. Among the thickets are ruins after Munkesjö, dating from the monks' time at Snogeholm. South of Raftarp lies dunes that were blown to deep drifts during the tree-poor 19th century. The sand lay over fields and roads and was a big problem. Krageholmssjön offers film and literature history. A ghostly scene in the Wallander film "Before the frost" is recorded here and the lake is involved in a couple of other murders in the book series. On the island of Lybeck there has been an ancient castle where Thorkel Snog and his wife Krage lived. The castle was destroyed in a strange way and the new widower built Krageholm Castle. South of the castle stands a rune stone reminiscent of the husband Bram, "best among cotton and most generous with food". The northern building at Bjärsjöholm is the old Renaissance castle from 1576, south of there is the castle from 1850. The origin is a main farm from the Viking Age. In the medieval city of Ystad, the tower guard's copper horn sounds every quarter after 21.00.

Thu Apr 12 2018