Here you walk via Vejbystrand, a hot spot for bird watching.
Look along the shore and out to the islands of Inre and Yttre
Grytskär. There are lots of sea birds and resting wading birds
here. In the winter you can see cormorants, purple sandpipers and
Along small roads, you pass the flat plains with good views.
Closer to Förslöv the route is of a more natural character and you
follow paths through a grazed woodland. Just to the north you start
the climb up the southern slope of the Hallandsåsen ridge. A wide
path winds its way up the beech woodland covered slope.
The end of the section, at Hålehall is a popular recreation area.
Here there is valuable beech woodland on acid soils, ravines and
woodland plants such as Gagea spathacea and baneberry.
Vejbystrand is a fishing village that became a bathing and spa
resort and in 1903 the first seaside sanatorium was built here. You
can catch a glimpse of the sanatorium buildings within the bushes
and learn more about it in the local museum.
Northwest of Förslöv, there is an exhibition where you can dig
into the history of the tunnel through the Hallandsåsen
In the grazed woodland at Flickebäck you can see several clearance
cairns and small earth banks. These were created when the land was
cultivated. You can take a diversion from the Trail here and visit
the restored flax processing cottages at Förslöv. Here flax was
dried and broken to make linen cloth.