Hiking

Stortallsrundan

Hiking

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Trail details

  • Length 9.9 km
  • Difficulty Blue - medium

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Description

The Stortallsrundan trail ("the trail of the great pine") is a 9.9 km trail loop that overlaps the Frösviksrundan loop trail. Along the orange-marked path, you'll pass the trail's namesake—a gigantic 350-year-old pine tree that has collapsed in recent years and now rests on the forest floor. You'll also pass the Västerhaga lighthouse, with a picnic area, a grill and a view of Askrikefjärden.

A section of the trail between Österhaga and the Västerhaga lighthouse is a designated mountain bike trail. The section is marked with trail markers.

Activities And Facilities

  • Biking Biking
  • Hiking Hiking

Accessibility

  • Near parking Near parking

Parking

Norr om Österhaga.

Directions

You can reach the trail from the picnic area north-east of Frösvik.

Regulations

In order to protect the Bogesundslandet nature reserve, please respect the following rules.

Within the reserve, it is forbidden to:

  1. destroy or damage rock, soil or stone by drilling, cutting, blasting, carving, digging, painting or similar,
  2. break branches, fell or in any other way damage living or dead trees and bushes or damage the vegetation in general by digging up plants,
  3. bring dogs that are not on a leash,
  4. camp for more than two consecutive nights outside of designated campsites,
  5. park a motorhome, caravan or other camping vehicle outside of designated campsites,
  6. anchor a boat at the same beach for more than two consecutive nights,
  7. make a fire outside of designated sites,
  8. put up signs, posters or similar,
  9. bike outside of designated bicycling trails while cycling off road,
  10. ride horses off road or outside of designated horse trails.

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