Stenebyleden - trail
The hiking trail is about 1.2 km long, consists of wood, and is 150 cm wide. The trail extends along the Steneby River and a larger hedge of wildlife directly to the Steneby nature reserve. The trail is suitable for both stroller and wheelchair.
About the trail
Stenebyleden is about 1.2 km long and is built by six amateur carpenters between November 2013 and April 2014. No less than 7,000 boards were sawn and about 60,000 screw were used. Along the trail, there is a hint of questions and information that increases your knowledge of animals and nature in the area. The wooden trail is of varying height above the ground with rails in the very steeper places because the trail follows the hilly nature.
Stenebyleden stretches along a varied and lush nature with large spruces, forests and wetlands. The green along the river forms almost a roof over the runway. In the river there are p. a. pearl mussel and trout but also beaver. Birdlife is varied with permanent residents such as corps, larger woodpeckers and other birds.
The river Stenebyälven has, as a result of the inland ice, the upstream regulation and the untouched nature gained a unique ecology. The water is crystal clear, which provides an excellent prerequisite for pearl mussels, and is useful as drinking water!