Upplev Kattegattleden 2022 EN

8 PRACTICAL INFORMATION In Helsingborg, Kattegattleden starts and/or ends at Helsingborg C – where the train station, ferry terminal and longterm car park are located. OPENING HOURS Remember to check the opening times of the visitor destinations and facilities you intend to visit and ideally book your accommodation in advance! CYCLE SERVICE If something happens to your bike en route, you will find all the cycle workshops along the path at kattegattleden.se Kattegattleden starts – or finishes – in one of the Nordic region’s oldest cities, Helsingborg. The first stretch takes you from the city centre to Gröningen and Fria bad, two popular bathing spots that offer sun, sea and ice cream. Sit and relax a while, because you’ll soon come to the first uphill stretch of the path. Slightly further on is Sofiero Palace and Sofiero Farm, with bakery and café that are well worth a visit. The path continues northwards, passing small picturesque fishing villages and marinas such as Domsten and Viken. Just outside Viken, you can make a detour to Beredskapsmuseet military defence museum, Sweden’s only museum housed in a preserved underground military facility from World War II. Cycle on towards Höganäs and enjoy the view of the Öresund strait before you arrive at Kvickbadet beach, just south of Höganäs harbour. STAGE 1 Helsingborg – Höganäs BIKES ON TRAINS AND BUSES If you want to take your bike onboard, buy a bike ticket before boarding. You can take your bike on the train, in the wagon with a bike symbol on the side, if space permits. Regional buses have bike holders and will take bikes if space permits. Bear in mind that bikes are not permitted on SJ trains. Full terms and conditions are available at skanetrafiken.se More information and tips are available at kattegattleden.se Photography: Hanna Larsson Photography: Höganäs Municipality Photography: Ateljé Lena Photography