March 22, 2019
Parking on the north side of the bridge at Djupadalsmölla.
A lot of water in Rönne å. Along the way,
the Butterbur begins to bloom After the bridge,
we take the dirt road to the left.
Then turn off on the dirt road south.
Follows the stone wall to Skåneleden.
Yellow Star-of-Bethlehem flower.
Through the beech forest.
Rönne river is flooded.
Stays at the view of the valley.
Beautiful as usual.
We are on our way to the juniper forest,
therefore we continue the Skåneleden.
Pass the boulders to a narrow road.
Single wood anemones.
On path through spruce forest with large anthill.
Then cross over to a field with some Lesser Celandine in bloom.
Arriving at Anderstorp's juniper forest. Once stately,
but lately it has gone bad.
Some of the trees have been here for over a hundred years.
High and dense, you could almost loose your way.
Now many are dry and some have fallen.
Through the forest, a dirt road runs,
which has been reinforced with stone crushers.
Follows it to a meadow where you can park if you come from Anderstorp.
Here is also an information plate.
Take off at Skåneleden and follow it to see the western part.
Between junipers, a deciduous forest emerges. Old beeches, some have fallen.
A little man with binoculars is standing on a stump.
The path becomes flooded. Stroll through the juniper forest,
across the road to a stone wall. Here we have break for lunch.
Then again to Natthall. Goes down under the cliff to look for liverleaf.
About the visit and other visits at
April 20, 2008
I'm walking Skåneleden between Jällbjär and Natthall.
Lark sings, calves bleach on me, a gray cat passes by.
Anderstorp consists of a few houses and farms.
etween the farms is a signpost: Eneskogen.
There is a narrow dirt road, "parking 800 meters" it stands on a sign.
I pass an open road gate. Four buzz circles around high up.
To the right of the road, it is spruce forest,
to the left I have a juniper pasture.
The juniper is replaced by a field,
beyond the field is a deciduous forest,
against the field is a beautiful stone wall.
The road snakes. The spruce forest leaves room for a juniper forest.
When I arrive at the parking lot,
which is in the corner of a meadow,
I missed that Skåneleden turned into the junipet forest.
I go back and find the barely visible path among the junipers.
The path passes through a beech forest with some old and tired books.
They look worse out there than they did ten years ago.
The path goes back in among the straight junipers.
Even they look more tired than ten years ago.
I hear voices at a distance.
Wood anemones on the ground.
The path is wet where it passes through a mixed leaf forest.
Two hikers cross between drier areas.
The path goes over the road and onto a grass road.
It is an exciting juniper forest, a nice place for a break.
The juniper forest ends at a stone wall that is the boundary
between a field and a meadow, which the trail passes through along the fence.
Lesser Celandine in bloom.
The trail then continues on a dirt road through a spruce forest,
and further towards Natthall.