To the north you walk through neat beech woodland with glimpses
of views across the water. This is followed by a longer stretch
with straight forestry tracks, lined by planted spruce woodland. To
the south, you drop into Fulltofta Recreation Area with varied
vegetation and terrain. The camp site at Bjeveröd is nestled
between the woodland and the open areas. Adjacent you can find a
river to paddle in and a fish pond.
Onsvalakällan (Onsvala Spring) was thought to be the place where
"heathens" met up after a battle. Part of the land was owned by the
Qvesarum Estate which had its heyday in the latter part of the
1800s, when the Danish Royal Hunting Master lived here. There are
ruins from the crofts associated with the estate and a small quarry
in amongst the woodland along the trail.
Adjacent to the camp site at Bjeveröd you can find the remains of
Bjeveröd Farm with mill, sawmill and a small distillery.