Hiking is an extraordinary way to explore the nature. Not only do you get fresh air but exercise and a nature experience as well! A hike can be everything from a short walk in the home backyard forest in your everyday sneakers, to a much tougher experience with necessary gear and pro boots among the mountains at another continent... Everyone can do a hike in their own way and pace. The only important thing is to feel good and pleased about it after.
We at Äventyr på Österlen focus at the surrounding region in and around Fyledalen where you can find us with railbiking. Fyledalen became a nature reserve in May 2015 and after this, we have noticed an increasing amount of visitors in the valley. This is great, but it also means that more cars are gonna pass through the area and that's not so great. That's why we've presented a few hiking suggestions here of how you can plan a pleasant and slightly different visit with us in Fyledalen without coming by car.
The hiking routes start and ends close to 'Skånetrafikens' bus stops that are located close to Fyledalen and the different routes are between 2,5 and 8km of walk one way to some different stops in Fyledalen. To return, we suggest you to walk a different route than the one you took to get here. This will make a greater experience. The routes will lead you on small gravelroads with not many cars. Some of the routes start/ends with a shorter walk on asphalt.
Here are some suggestions of places to start/finish:
Bus stop Röddinge Landsvägen
Directions: Röddinge Landsvägen (A) to Tegelbruket (C) 5km. or Nyvångsgropen (D) 2,5km.
Bus stop Ramsåsa
Directions: Ramsåsa (A) to Tegelbruket (C) 4,3km. or Nyvångsgropen (D) 4,6km.
BENESTAD & LYCKÅS
Bus stop Benestad
Directions: Benestad Övrabyvägen (A) to Tegelbruket (C) 4,9km. or Nyvångsgropen (D) 7,8km.
KRONOSKOGEN & STENBY
Bus stop Svampakorset
Directions: Tomelilla Svampakorset (A) to Tegelbruket (C) 4,4km. or Nyvångsgropen (D) 7,5km.
ANKLAM & RÖDDINGE
Bus stop Anklam
OTHER CIRCUIT ROUTES (Marked routes)
That start from parkinglots in Fyledalen