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Edenryds Kustled Trail is a 5.5 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Immeln, Skåne, Sweden that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching.

Length 5.5 mi Elevation gain 308 ft Route type Out & Back

Kid friendly

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

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The sea, the wind, the open landscape create a feeling of freedom. Edenryd’s coastal hiking track is an approximately 4,5 km long track which runs along the coast. Just off the coast, is Skåne’s only archipelago. Yellow markings will lead you through meadows that are grazed by cows, sheep and horses. Close to the hiking track, there are four places where you can spend the night in the form of B&Bs. There is also a fantastic area where you can go for a swim in the sea. In 1812, Professor Christian Molbech travelled to Sweden. He came from Sölvesborg and passed a wonderful beech forest. "But in direct and harsh contrast, Skåne’s naked sandy beach lay on the other side of the bay". "The first inn in Skåne is in Gedenryd (Edenryd). The area is sandy, unproductive and covered in stones". About the people he writes: "The people of Blekinge and their cheerfulness, swiftness and liveliness you will not find here, a more phlegmatic and mild nature would be better to describe the slower, seemingly more polite and no less good-natured people of Skåne".

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Simon Hoffmann
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First to Review

Very nice views. But we tried to hike it in early March and it was really flooded, we had to turn around half way because there was no way to cross the water. On the way back we hat to go another way back because the tides turned and everything was flooded. The trail was nicely marked though

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