Harska - Svarteborg
Degree of difficulty
A stage that goes almost exclusively on dirt road. Fairly hilly at first, but otherwise easy to walk.
The section runs between Harska and Svarteborg, in the District of Munkedal.
By the geological Södra Härska Nature Reserve, there is an impressive esker which was formed when the ice retreated. A little way to the north, there is a lovely spring in the slope down towards Lake Kärnsjön. There is also a shelter by the beautiful Harskabukten.
The majority of the route follows small roads, but it is far from boring. The road winds up and down, past meadows and farms, lakes and lovely views.The section therefore provides quite easy walking, even if it is relatively hilly. Perhaps this makes it easier for you to relax, seek out and soak up the natural and cultural values, which you are surrounded by and pass.
The end of the section is in Svarteborg. Straight on, in the direction of the Trail, Svarteborg Church presides up on the top of the huge ridge. The church has its origin in the 1100s but got its current look in the 1700s.
Surface: This section is on dirt road.
Time: It takes approximately 3-4 hours to hike this section.
Not to be missed: The wind-shelter in the southern part of section 17.
How to get here: Close to Svarteborg is the bus stop Gadderöd. For more information on how to het here, please see the map planning tool.
Accommodation: There are no proposed places for accommodations along this section.
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