Walk from Kärnan and through Slottshagen, a park from the 1900s
with exotic trees and a view over the Öresund strait. You walk
along footpaths and cycle tracks past Möllebacken and through the
park by Konsul Persson's villa. Huge quantities of the plant
bird-in-a-bush grow here.
You reach the ravine at Jordbodalen along roads. Follow the stream
with several small bridges and a waterfall and continue on paths
and cycle tracks to Ramlösa Brunnspark. Here you walk through
another ravine with a woodland park and stream.
A short distance to the south, you pass Ättekulla's meadows,
pastures and woodland with wood anemones and
lily-of-the-valley. Further on you go down into the deep
valley of the River Råån. Botanise amongst unusual plants, fish and
animals. The river is, from a geological perspective, very young.
When the glaciers left Skåne and the river found its way back onto
its original course, the ice had left the sandy hills of Glumslöv
in its way.
The town thins out and soon Örby Meadows lie at your feet, an
extensive sandy beach and species rich sandy heath. There are more
than 400 plants, 300 fungi and many birds and insects found
Building of the tower of Kärnan began around 1310 and was part
of a larger fortress. Around the tower were a mantlet wall, a ring
wall and a moat. Does it originate from a Viking fort?
Helsingborg is rich in interesting buildings, a few of these from
the 1600-1700s include the Jacob Hansens, Henchelska gården and
In the park by Konsul Persson's villa you can find a café cave, a
bower surrounded by a stone wall. These café caves were once common
over the whole of the Landborg cliff.
The Mariakyrka in Helsingborg was built in the 1400s but the
sandstone blocks by the plinth reveal that there was a church
darting from the 1100s here.
In Ramlösa Brunnspark there are beautiful buildings from the
period when high society drank healing water. A provincial doctor
described the spring as a "veritable blessing" and officially
launched drinking of healing water in 1707. Historically
Ramlösaskogen was the haunt of robbers.
At Ättekulla you pass burial mounds from the Bronze and Iron