Östgötaleden Kinda

Kisa, Kinda

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Östgötaleden in Kinda Municipality

Stage 1
Halvsjön - Smedstorp, 8 km
The trail from Halvsjön follow a forest path and is quite hilly in places before reaching Håredal at Lake Sommen. The trail then follows minor roads and is very easy to walk. Smedstorp is a unique double farm from the 1700s.

Stage 2
Smedstorp - Pinnarp, 10 km
The route is mostly through varied forest terrain and small forest roads. An alternating sections that can be considered "moderate". A shelter at the beginning of the route vids Drierns lake shore. It passes Mister Falls askäng which is a hamlad meadow with great views of the area. The route ends in Pinnarp which is something of a hub for hiking trail in Kinda. In Pinnarp include cottages, hostels, swimming and camping.

Stage 3
Misterfall - Kisa, 10 km
FromMister Falls askängar can turn off towards Kisa. It then passes Hops Colleges ravine. A geologically interesting place that really should be called the canyon when it is carved out of the mountain of water. From route 134 is also a marked sidings to Power's mill. The walk to Kisa occurs partly through forest terrain, but also on small roads. The trail passes by Glimmingens northern shore where there is e nice beach. The trail connects to Kisa through Föllingsö farmland which is a beautiful natural and cultural environment with inviting trails.

Stage 4
Kisa - Horn, 25 km
From Kisa trail to start with a lot of roads. The section ends, however, with the forest terrain. As a whole, may be considered as easy hiking distance. The trail passes the village Axhult where there is a small beach at Axsjön. After 17 km trail passes Täftern lake where there is a shelter.

Stage 5
Horn - Småland limit,10 km
In Horn Atkins has asked the campground and canoe rentals. The trail continues south in easy walking terrain. The last bit of Forsvik through Brunebo down to Småland boundary and connection to Sevedeleden trail only on small roads.

Stage 6
Kisa - Pinnarp, 8 km
From Föllingsö trail in forest terrain to Pinnarp. Just before you reach the lake Pinnarp Föllingen. In summer you can go across the lake by ferry. Man pulls himself over the ropes. Afun part of the hike is usually very much appreciated, especially by the children. During the winter, the ferry into the lake. Then you have to go around via the road bridge as part of the Upper and Lower Föllingen.

Stage 7
Pinnarp - Pålhult, 15 km
From Pinnarp will trail down to the lake Upper Föllingen. In summer you can go across the lake by ferry. Man pulling himself over the ropes. A fun feature of the walk is usually very much appreciated, especially by the children. During the winter, the ferry into the lake. Then you have to go around via the road bridge as part of the Upper and Lower Föllingen. The walk up to Pålhult goes
forest terrain and may be described as rather difficult. There are a lot of clearcutting and marshes that can be wet in the spring. Rubber boots are recommended. Around the middle of the stretch pass Öknehults hostel. There are also swimming.

Stage 8
Pålhult - Rimforsa, 16 km
The distancenorth from Pålhult is totally in forest terrain and is considerably hilly. After a few kilometers, there is a side track down to Ösjön where there is a shelter. After a few km there is a side track to Trollegater. The nature reserve Trollegater is a system of caves with the largest measuring nearly 100 meters before Rimforsa trail passes Nature Reserve Hall City meadows. It has a swimming area and a shelter. From City Hall meadows also assume a side track to the Hall City Mills.

Stage 9
Rimforsa - Linkoping border, 10 km
The route starts from Rimforsa where there is swimming and canoe rentals. After just a few kilometers can be through a short detour to come to Kalvuddens hostel. The walk north towards Linköpingen goes partly on small roads and partially wooded terrain. Distance must be considered rather easy to hike.

Stage 10
Linkoping limit - Åtvidaberg border, 10 km
Shortlynorth of Linköping border the trail where the route continues north towards Linköping and the other goes east towards Åtvidaberg. The pass when a small corner of Kinda. Easy hiking distance on backroads and through deciduous forest. Is it badväder recommended the nice little beach at the lake Tran.

Facts

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  • In shelters and picnic areas are sputtered wood
  • Boil water from lakes and rivers if you should drink
  • More information and maps are available at the tourist office in Kisa

Directions

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Head south from Linkoping route 34 north from Österbymo Road 134 Bus 540 or Kustpilen

Facilities

Public swimming area
Angling
Pets allowed
Canoe hire
Meadows