There are settlements close by, but hardly noticeable. The
woodland is dense apart from clear felled areas and young
plantations. You pass through a couple of stony, grazed pastures at
Sjunnerup. The trees have grown in the open and formed wide
In general spruce woodland dominates, but small broadleaved trees
line the path to the west and tall, unsteady beech trees to the
In a couple of places you go past some really old, gnarly trees.
Such as the creaky beech at Bökestorp. The tree is a habitat in
itself, below which you can find the croft's old spring.
The journey takes you over logs and especially stones. Clearance
cairns adorn the surrounding terrain and sometimes even the
footpath where you walk. Terraces from historical cultivation hide
in the slopes. Discrete stone monuments and burial cairns indicate
that the area was used during the Iron Age.
In several places, the footpath goes right through the middle of
ruins from crofts and small cottages. An unusually well preserved
earth cellar and Brahestenen (The Brahe Stone) deserve a visit. At
the latter place, Magnus Brahe rested up with his troops in
Onsvalakällan (Onsvala spring) is the jewel in the crown of this
section. It is supposed to contain magic water and was once where
"heathens" met up after battles.