We wish you many interesting hikes in the area. There is a rich animal life, including roe deer, moose (elk), fox, badger, hares and many birds that gain from the varied landscape. Even the flora benefits from this variation. Many herbs and plants grow where the animals graze at the edge of the forest.
The map is at the sheep’s hold on the Old Lexbyvägen Road.
The yellow, medium difficulty cultural path (KULTURSTIGEN) is marked from Nygårdsvägen at an old cottage (Mellqvist) and doesn’t move in a circle. It’s two kilometres one way. However, it is possible to continue on an unmarked trail to Jonsered Manor. Information signs are being prepared.
The blue, medium difficulty, trail fills up the open spaces – pastures with stone walls. It’s app. 1.8 km long.
The green, medium difficulty trail circles the high adventure and up into the woods. Water has run on the trails leaving an uneven road in several places. There are some steep places. It’s app. 1.6 km long.
The red medium difficulty trail goes through a varied cultural landscape. There is an old road to Gunnilse that needs to be cleared here and there. Part of the path is on the Lexbydal asphalt road. It’s app. 2.9 km long. There are white signs showing shortcuts to the animal path.
The white, very steep trail leads up to the Bronze Age stone mound. The trail is not circular.