9 Höör - Bjeveröd
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Here you follow forest roads through beech forest and a larger area with planted spruce. In the south you step into Bjeveröd and Campsite Bjeveröd.
In the north you walk through neat beech forest and are offered a pinch of water views. Then a longer section lined with planted spruce forest and straight forest roads is passed. To the south, Bjeveröd enters and Lägerplatsen Bjeveröd is nestled between the forest and the open. Next door you will find a river to step into and a fishing pond.
Onsvalakällan is said to have been the "pagan people's" gathering place after the battle. Did it get its name as a place of sacrifice for Odin? Or after Odin's swallow, the black stork, which previously nested around the spring?
The land here partly belonged to Qvesarum's manor with its heyday during the latter part of the 19th century, when the royal Danish court forester lived here. Along the trail there are ruins after the estate's croft and a small quarry. Next to the camp site Bjeveröd you will find the remains of Bjeverödsgården with both a mill, sawmill and a small distillery.
- 1-7 km
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