To the west you pass by a conspicuous boulder which was left by
the last Ice Age. Just nearby, there is a valley, which is species
rich, with a high and constant humidity.
The pasture at Fäladen Humlarödshus has been grazed for hundreds
of years and provides a wealth of herbs and butterflies. A few
kilometres to the east you wander past Lilla Röddes stony pasture
and another valuable river valley.
At Simontorp the Trail follows an enclosure and there is a good
chance of seeing wild boar and grunting deer. You are also welcome
to go into the enclosure.
Treasures from Everlöv can be found at Lilla Rödde local history
museum along this section. The six daughters of the local innkeeper
had saved their beautifully made Flemish weaved textiles in a
If you want to experience a traditional working farm, you can
visit Kulturens Östarp a couple of kilometres from the Trail. Here,
traditions, the cultural environment and traditional breeds of
livestock are conserved. The wildlife enclosure at Simontorp has a
long history. Deer and fish have been bred here since the 1600s. In
more recent times, Simontorp has been known for the signal crayfish
and king prawns they farm. A previous owner, Ruben Rausing,
established TetraPak and had a barn built where the cows stood on