Trail section

6 Klippan-Hjärnarp

  • Length

    47.1 km

  • Trail grading

    Easy

  • Estimated time

    3,5h

Apelöga

Beautiful nature characterizes this section. Here you bike past fields, forests, medieval churches and the two lakes Västersjön and Rössjön.

Klippan is known, among other things, for their beautiful wool blankets, which have been manufactured by the family business since 1879. To this day, the company retains its original address, so a visit to the factory shop feels like a must when you will be biking right outside the door.

If you are tired sitting on your bike, you can just south of Klippan book combination trips with canoe and go trolley cycling, where you start from Ljungbyhed and paddle to Forsmöllan and then trolley cycling back.

The bike journey continues north through a beautiful landscape with fields and forests, passing through beautiful natural environments. You cycle right next to Tåssjö church, the oldest parts of which were built in the Middle Ages, after which the church was enlarged and restored. The door to the entrance reveals traces of bullets or buckshots, which is said to have been added during the snapper era in the latter half of the 17th century.

The view is breath-taking when you reach the place where Västersjö meets Rössjön. These two lakes with great natural values, beautifully situated on the edge of Hallandsåsen and which on the northern side invite you to great swimming and hiking in Djurholmen's recreation area. 

In Hjärnarp you can both eat, spend the night and buy a packed lunch before the last leg of the section.  

Along Sub trail 102 there are train stations in the following locations: Ystad, Höör, Kågeröd, Klippan, Förslöv and Båstad. 

47.1 km

Easy

How does the grading work?

3,5h

  • 45-65 km
  • Sjö
  • Skog
  • Lätt
  • Cykelleden Skåne
  • Blandtrafik, asfalt
  • Blandtrafik, grus

Water

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Photographer: Torbjörn Lingöy

Highlights along the section

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

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