Kattegattleden is a 390 km long bike path along the coast from Helsingborg to Gothenburg.
Friday 6 August 2021 I rolled the Kattegattleden, trail section Falkenberg – Varberg on inlines together with my sister and her friend Lena, who traveled on electric bikes.
Last summer I did the marked track and found the part on the old E6 challenging with quite a bit of high speed traffic with little or no respect for inliners (or bikers) and rather ruff asphalt.
This year I found out about Fyrleden, a detour that runs along the beach between Olofsbo and Glommen, very nice and beautiful views.
The other detour was to avoid the old E6. In Morup we crossed the old E6 and took the road to Tvååker. Much better asphalt and very little traffic and the few cars passing us took it nice and easy.
A very nice bike path started just outside Tvååker towards Träslövsläge. We had tailwind all the way to the coast :-).
After approx. 48 km we arrived to Varberg where we had after skate at Rolands Kök & Bar.
Respect to sister and friend who biked back home to Falkenberg, with face wind and some rain.
I took the train…
Leaving Kattegattleden for Fyrleden
Water break with a view at Glommen harbour
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Fyrleden: Olofsbo 1
Fyrleden: Olofsbo 2
Detour 2 at Tvååker
Passing the picturesque small village Träslövsläge
Reaching the final destination – Varberg