Trail section

5 Höör-Hörby

  • Length

    15.9 km

  • Trail grading

    Easy

  • Estimated time

    1h

This section offers a stork enclosure, a refreshing dip in a lake and two urban areas in Scania.

The section runs parallel to bike path, Skåne section 102 and begins in Höör, in the middle of Skåne. A grocery store to shop and other necessary services before the journey continues on towards Södra Sandby.

If the weather is on your side, you can take the opportunity for a refreshing dip at Sätofta swimming pool or just enjoy the beautiful panoramic view of Lake Sätofta. There is a toilet and barbecue facilities.

It is a varied leg which offers both open expanses and wooded parts. Enjoy more forest environment by making a detour to the Fulltofta Nature Center. Here you will find a café serving simple lunch and coffee. There are also several prepared rest areas, activities for children, grill houses with roofs and fourteen different long hiking trails.

Not far from the trail Fulltofta stork enclosure can be observed. A 2,500 m² bird aviary with set-up nesting sites for the storks. Circa thirty pairs of storks live in the enclosure and the chicks raised are released to form the basis of a new Swedish stork population. Take part in the story of the stork's history in Skåne, about the disappearance, the work of the project and of course about the spectacular migration.

Having arrived in Hörby, there is some decent service with a restaurant, café and grocery store, and you can take a swim at the popular Lågedammsbadet before continuing your journey further north. 

Along Sub trail 103 there are train stations in the following locations: Lomma, Lund C, Klostergården, Hjärup, Örtofta, Stehag, Eslöv, Höör and Kristianstad.

15.9 km

Easy

How does the grading work?

1h

  • 1-30 km
  • Medel
  • Tätortsnära
  • Blandtrafik, asfalt
  • Cykelbana, asfalt
  • Cykelleden Skåne

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Photographer: Apelöga
Photographer: Apelöga

Highlights along the section

Here are some places that are frequently visited and appreciated by others.

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