- This article is an itinerary.
The trail is divided into four sub-trails:
- Kust-Kust leden ( Coast to Coast trail )
- Ås-Ås leden ( Ridge to Ridge trail )
- Nord-Syd leden ( North to South trail )
- Österlen leden ( Österlen trail )
Coast-Coast trail The Coast-Coast trail is divided into two main sections. Part 1 of the Coast-to-Coast trail begins at the Yndre rest stop in Sölvesborg. The last stage ends at the campsite at Hårsjön lake. The Coast-Coast trail is divided into two main sections. Part 2 of the Coast-coast trail begins at the campsite at Hårsjön lake. The final stage ends at Örlid.
Starts in Åstorp on Söderåsen and goes to Agusa on Linderödsåsen.
- Röstånga - Åstorp
Fantastic trip that goes through one of Skåne's most beautiful national parks called Söderåsen ( known as Skåne's Grand Canyon ). A lengthy hike but not too hard if you are fit. About 45 kilometers.
Day one: Take the bus to Röstånga on Friday afternoon, hike to Liagården and camp there. 6 km
Day two: Hike from Liagården to Krika skog ( Krika forest ) and camp there. 17 km
Day three: From Kirka skog hike to Åstorp and take the train back. 23 km
Trains leave to Malmö/Lund/Helsingborg every hour. Change trains in Helsingborg or Ramlösa if you are going to Malmö/Lund.
The North-South trail is divided into two main sections. Part 1 of the North-South trail begins at the campsite in Hårsjö. The last stage ends at the campsite in the Rövarekulan nature reserve. Part 2 of the North-South trail begins at the campsite in Rövarekulan. The final stage ends at S:t Knutstorg square in Ystad where you also find the town's tourist information office.
The Osterlen trail begins in Ystad. The last stage finishes at Snogeholm, a few hundred meters from Raftarp farm.
Plan your trips on Skånetrafiken .
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