To the north you go up against an 80 million year old horst;
Göingeåsen. To the south, you walk over creations from when the ice
melted after the last ice age; eskers at Lillsjödal.
This section mainly goes through woodland, past the odd grazed
pasture to the north and around Björkeberga where there are
extensive views. Spruce woodland is common but the section also
contains lots of beech woodland. Along the steep slope of
Göingeåsen, the woodland has been virtually untouched and is rich
in different species of plants and animals. There are areas with
volcanic bedrock which gives rise to a more unusual flora. Pastures
with some odd flowers can also be found in several places. A short
distance from the trail, there is an extinct volcano. The woodland
by Lillsjödal is also mature and species rich.
Sometimes the trail follows old travelling routes and you can
see the sunken roads in the terrain next to the path. Take also
note of the road which goes up to the top of the esker. People have
walked to Brönnestad since at least the 1100s, when the church was
built. Note the unique belfry from 1492.
Close to Horröd there are even older remains; a boulder with more
than a hundred bowl-shaped hollows from the Bronze Age.
You pass by ancient villages such as Nösdala and Lunnahöja and
here and there you trip over ruins of crofts, mills and an old
distillery at Björkeberga.