Skåneleden Trail: Väderkullen to Allmänningen

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Skåneleden Trail: Väderkullen to Allmänningen est un sentier de point à point de 2.9 kilomètres situé près de Veberöd, Skåne en Suède. Le sentier vous offrira la possibilité d'observer la faune et sa difficulté est évaluée comme facile. Le sentier offre plusieurs activités.

Distance: 2.9 km Dénivelé: 122 m Type d'itinéraire: Point A à point B


activités en pleine nature


course à pied

vue panoramique


This trail takes you along Romeleåsen, a horst that rose 150 million years ago. At the same time, Skåne's southwestern corner fell sharply and the height difference between them is just over 2000 meters. Along the stretch you will find Romeleklint, the second highest point of the hill, and the Iron Hat where the mountain goes in the day. The back of the room lock is wooded with occasional glades, tree varieties such as beech and spruce dominate. You pass a lot of knotty books and sprawling hazel bushes, which is a key biotope. Here are old and dead tribes inhabited by a variety of lichens, mosses and insects. The forest area is a remnant of the old outback forest. At Allmänningen there is a vastly grazed field where yellow-brown, field mallow and thyme are common. The Skåne forest landscape has changed from the wooded 16th century, further through the treeless 18th and 19th century. Romeleåsen is a clear example of a vast beech forest, which became a widely used outdoor area and turned into a barren hedge with heather and one. Replanting began in the 1880s. Around Häckeberga there are several field fields that have been restored and preserved. Here you can see how the ridge looked hundreds of years ago. Remains of torpedoes and farms you will find all around, all once belonging to Häckeberga estate. By the middle of the 19th century there were about 150 lease yards and villages in the area. Today there remain about fifty. The camp site The public is located on the ruin of a larger farm, belonging to the estate. There were living quarters, lodges, stables with a queuing chamber and a small pigsty. Kullatorpet, next to the trail, is a well-preserved 19th century village that is kept open most Sundays and can also be rented.

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