The route from central Älmhult to Råshult, birthplace of Carl von Linné, is a varied and easy cycle ride. There are then several options to discover fantastic countryside by bike or on foot.
Route description: The cycle trail between Älmhult and Råshult is a signed route along quiet paved roads, cycle paths and forest tracks. Start at Älmhult station and cycle north alongside the railway line. In Möckeln, you’ll cycle under the railway and on a hot day you can stop off at Möckeln’s lovely beach. In Sällhult, you can stop and talk to the cows. Cross Road 600 and continue north on forest and gravel tracks all the way to Råshult. Note that you’re cycling on an old gravel ridge, known as an esker, and don’t forget to enjoy the wonderful broadleaf forest and the proximity to the water. You’ll also cycle past fields with delightful Småland round-pole fences at Stenbrohult Nature Reserve. When you reach Linné’s Råshult, you can enjoy lunch and home baking in the KRAV-certified organic garden café. The dotted trail is an alternative unsigned route back to Älmhult. This takes you via the beautiful bridge Såganäsbron, Såganäs campsite, rocky outcrops that reveal the diabase-heavy bedrock in the area and Älmhult golf course with its Goaroije restaurant.
|Difficulty:||Green - simple|
Blandad väg, cykelväg och skogsväg.
Enstaka backar, mestadels lättcyklad runda.