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Tornquistazonen – A cycling adventure through Söderåsen
3 hours
Open tour

Here you will cycle through Sweden's largest contiguous deciduous forest areas, ravines, winding streams, experience birds of prey and a varied plant life from the bike. The round is 56 kilometers and takes about 3 hours. This tour can also be combined with hikes in nature. On the other side of the ridge there are several accommodation options.

Söderåsen, which is part of the Tornquist zone, was formed about 150 million years ago by the movements of the continental plates. The Tornquist zone runs diagonally across Scania from Kullaberg in the northwest to Österlen in the southeast. It arose 400 million years ago when two continental plates collided and formed a weakness zone in the area. This zone of weakness causes the area to be pulled apart or pushed together. Therefore, there have been several volcanoes in the area.

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What is included?

  • Electric bike
  • Detailed map of the route
  • Waterproof bike bag 40l
  • Helmet
  • Pick-up and drop-off the bike at Jönsson's bike shop is included

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